Earl Sweatshirt - Hoarse

buyselltradeorgans:

Hoarse by Earl Sweatshirt, off Doris

489 plays
Frank Ocean - Wisemen

showslow:

Wisemen by Frank Ocean

“Frank Ocean wrote a fantastic ballad that was truly lovely and poetic in every way, there just wasn’t a scene for it. I could have thrown it in quickly just to have it, but that’s not why he wrote it and not his intention. So I didn’t want to cheapen his effort. But, the song is fantastic, and when Frank decides to unleash it on the public, they’ll realize it then.”

— Quentin Tarantino explaining why he didn’t use the song in “Django Unchained.”

725,231 plays

gallowhill:

Zhao Zhao - Constellation series, 2013

Toro y Moi - Causers Of This
2,209 plays
7while23:

Tom Fruin, Necktie Party (Detail), 2009

7while23:

Tom Fruin, Necktie Party (Detail), 2009

Bruno Mars - Treasure

(via minhacaixadesapato)

2,559 plays
eightiesart:

ROY LICHTENSTEIN

eightiesart:

ROY LICHTENSTEIN

El Tri - Las Piedras Rodantes

mudwerks:

El Tri | Las Piedras Rodantes

7,473 plays
likeafieldmouse:

Robert Rauschenberg - White Painting: Three-panel (1951)
"Each of the five works in Robert Rauschenberg’s White Paintings consists of a different number of modular panels—there are one-, two-, three-, four- and seven-panel iterations—that have been painted completely white. 
In each case, Rauschenberg’s primary aim was to create a painting that looked untouched by human hands, as though it had simply arrived in the world fully formed and absolutely pure. Considered shocking and even characterized as a cheap swindle when they were first exhibited publicly in 1953, the White Paintings have gradually secured a place in art history as important precursors of Minimalism and Conceptualism. 
Among the most radical aspects of the series is that these works were conceived as remakeable: Rauschenberg viewed them primarily as a concept and allowed for the physical artworks to be repainted and even refabricated from scratch without his direct involvement.”

likeafieldmouse:

Robert Rauschenberg - White Painting: Three-panel (1951)

"Each of the five works in Robert Rauschenberg’s White Paintings consists of a different number of modular panels—there are one-, two-, three-, four- and seven-panel iterations—that have been painted completely white.

In each case, Rauschenberg’s primary aim was to create a painting that looked untouched by human hands, as though it had simply arrived in the world fully formed and absolutely pure. Considered shocking and even characterized as a cheap swindle when they were first exhibited publicly in 1953, the White Paintings have gradually secured a place in art history as important precursors of Minimalism and Conceptualism.

Among the most radical aspects of the series is that these works were conceived as remakeable: Rauschenberg viewed them primarily as a concept and allowed for the physical artworks to be repainted and even refabricated from scratch without his direct involvement.”

Miniature Tigers - Like Or Like Like

punkbunnies:

I watched you through your window
I was wearing that dumb sweatshirt
I looked like a goon, I was dressed for winter
Even though it was the middle of June

407 plays

bludot:

From Here To There: A growing map of Manhattan made only of directions from strangers on scraps. 

Earth, Wind, & Fire - Boogie Wonderland

thegoddamazon:

*AGGRESSIVELY DANCING TOWARD YOU*

1,091 plays
Beach Fossils - Twelve Roses

vacationwasteland:

beach fossils // twelve roses

767 plays

showslow:

Yago Partal, Zoo portraits |See All