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artpropelled:

Spotted bowl (by woodfirer)

artpropelled:

Spotted bowl (by woodfirer)

automatismo-hidrargirismo:

Stephanie Beliveau

automatismo-hidrargirismo:

Stephanie Beliveau

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artpropelled:

Mary Jo Hoffman

artpropelled:

Mary Jo Hoffman

artpropelled:

helicopter seeds ll (by sue.h)

artpropelled:

helicopter seeds ll (by sue.h)

artpropelled:

Gabrielle Roth 
focus-damnit:

Totoro David Louveau de la Guigneray

focus-damnit:

Totoro David Louveau de la Guigneray

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and more beautiful secluded houses here>
beverleyshiller:

indigo—soul:

artpropelled:

treeroots:

whisperingwillow:

samstutchywinchester:

Image was shot in Hampi, India at sunset of a very small Hanuman temple at the edge of town. Was able to balance the low light of the temple with the setting sun and silhouette the trees.



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beverleyshiller:

indigo—soul:

artpropelled:

treeroots:

whisperingwillow:

samstutchywinchester:

Image was shot in Hampi, India at sunset of a very small Hanuman temple at the edge of town. Was able to balance the low light of the temple with the setting sun and silhouette the trees.

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fawn-lorn:

carsonfellis:

Hey Detroit! My alienologist son and I collaborated on a body of work for People’s Biennial which is opening this Friday at MOCAD. We’ve documented a variety of aliens to help educate you on the subject and to introduce their plight to the greater world. As Hank Meloy would say, “Most aliens are very misunderstood.” So come on down if you’re in the neighborhood. We’d love to see you and talk your ear off about outer space.

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“It doesn’t have to be
the blue iris, it could be
weeds in a vacant lot, or a few
small stones; just
pay attention, then patch
a few words together and don’t try
to make them elaborate, this isn’t
a contest but the doorway
into thanks, and a silence in which
another voice may speak.”

—   Mary Oliver (via jennifercoynequdeen)

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“Drawing takes time. A line has time in it”

—   David Hockney (via bentmaze)

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“These two feelings, this knowledge of a world so awful, this sense of a life so extraordinary - how am I to resolve them?”

—   Richard Flanagan

“The school was a mill, whose purpose was to grind you into its product. Every subject shrank to fit inside the exam questions, even—especially—the books we read in English class. We were supposed to be grateful to have been selected for this grinding, and most of the girls were grateful.”

—   In Tessa Hadley’s short story, “Clever Girl,” a student reflects on her first week of high school. (via newyorker)

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