stunningpicture:

They call him Bagel Jesus. He takes the old bagels from work and distributes them to the hungry on the street. GGG right here!

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asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”
asylum-art:

Pat Brassington
Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.
Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”

asylum-art:

Pat Brassington

Pat Brassington’s work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; National Gallery of Australia; Museum of Contemporary Art.

Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s leading artists, celebrated for a unique aesthetic that is at once charming and menacing. Blurring the boundaries of reality and fantasy, desire and repulsion, her images explore a surreal, dreamlike logic that challenges our senses and undermines the authority of photography. Her aim, she explains, is to “pitch my images just off the verge of normality, into those dense patches where the commonplace goes awry.”

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fei fei sun
exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Diango Hernández - We Are All Unfinished Drawings, 2006
ink and gouache on paper, mdf-objects, video
177.2 x 531.5 x 137.8 inches (450 x 1350 x 350 cm)
exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Diango Hernández - We Are All Unfinished Drawings, 2006
ink and gouache on paper, mdf-objects, video
177.2 x 531.5 x 137.8 inches (450 x 1350 x 350 cm)
exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Diango Hernández - We Are All Unfinished Drawings, 2006
ink and gouache on paper, mdf-objects, video
177.2 x 531.5 x 137.8 inches (450 x 1350 x 350 cm)

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Diango Hernández - We Are All Unfinished Drawings, 2006

ink and gouache on paper, mdf-objects, video

177.2 x 531.5 x 137.8 inches (450 x 1350 x 350 cm)

dukedesilver:

jibadojo:

Warrior wearing an Oyoroi

Want.

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blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement
blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement
blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement
blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement
blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement
blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement

blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement

(via gayjewitch)