petition to make this national anthem

cryingnewyork:

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Any Payphone

New York, NY 10001

No, these are not obsolete! In fact, they are a GREAT place to bring some hand sanitizer and really let out your emotions! People will think you’re actually on the phone - so be sure to have at it!!!!  I personally like to pretend I’m on a conference call with every person that has ever broken my heart, but feel free to make it your own!! I’ve had so many wonderful cries here and I can honestly say I’m a MUCH better person because of it! Enjoy!!

thedavidoreilly:

9 Artifacts
This sequence will take exactly 10,034,551 years, 11 days, 3 hours, 49 minutes and 3.2 seconds to repeat itself in the same order

aerbor:

Jon Horvath

aerbor:

Jon Horvath

aerbor:

XIANG LIQING

aerbor:

XIANG LIQING

jeliyfish:

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jeliyfish:

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persuate:

Sasha Favorov

persuate:

Sasha Favorov

rodneymanabat:

Kanye West Album Cover Redesigns - Rodney Manabat (2013)

I think it’s safe to say the album cover for ‘Yeezus’ is the definition of minimalism. With the release less than a month ago, it inspired me to recreate all of Ye’s solo album covers in this minimalist aesthetic, from the evolution of ‘Dropout Bear’ to the highly criticized ‘Yeezus.’ Enjoy. 

www.rodneymanabat.com

likeafieldmouse:

Ashley Carter - Untitled (Bargain) (2013)

likeafieldmouse:

Ashley Carter - Untitled (Bargain) (2013)

Progressive music has completely failed to understand that, because it is so bloody self-conscious. It’s partly the fact of the technology we have; it constantly plays back music to us from the past. We hear it back on the radio, iTunes plays it to us; also you get them reinforcing medium through things like Pandora and Amazon: “If you like this, you’ll like that …” Spotify, which is always guiding you to new music and again it keeps you in your place. This is another aspect of static culture. It’s not so much about dead music but you play on Spotify a track you like, it will tell you – and quite accurately – other tracks you might like that are like that. So, again you’re kept in a static place constantly bombarded by a bit more of what you liked yesterday. That’s what I think.

New Statesman interview with Adam Curtis on the subject of ‘Static Culture’

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bloodorangeforever:

Watch Le1f perform live on Letterman with a live band lead by me. Enjoy !