Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.

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best-of-memes:

Not even lion

2headedsnake:

Sara Blake

2headedsnake:

Sara Blake

forgetallyouarein80s:

true
i-really-like-her-mane:

found at b&n

i-really-like-her-mane:

found at b&n

firaxa:

captainlasky:

I’m not one for Halloween decorations, but my mom did the best ones this year.

peaceful times before the skeleton war

firaxa:

captainlasky:

I’m not one for Halloween decorations, but my mom did the best ones this year.

peaceful times before the skeleton war

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archiemcphee:

This wonderfully sinister Coppelius Chair has us wishing that Halloween was already here. It was designed Yaara Derkel, inspired by Sigmund Freud’s concept of the uncanny, uncomfortable strangeness that arises when when something familiar seems unsettlingly alien at the same time.

At a glance it simply looks like a handsome chair, a variation of Thonet furniture design.

"However, at a certain hour of the day, when the room is lit, an inexplicable, monstrous projection appears, which symbolically ‘overshadows’ the feelings the original chair provokes."

Head over to designboom to learn more about Yaara Derkel’s design for this delightfully disquieting chair.

celestiol:

Putting on the Brakes | by Don Truett

celestiol:

Putting on the Brakes | by Don Truett

myampgoesto11:

Selected works from Joe Black’s Readymade solo exhibition at Opera Gallery Hong Kong September 17 To October 04 2014

  1. Angels with Dirty Faces (beginning), 2014

    15,000 spray-painted plastic flowers on pearl tinted aluminium with resin coating

  2. Angels with Dirty Faces (middle), 2014

    8,000 spray-painted soldiers on aluminium tinted aluminium with resin coating

  3. Angels with Dirty Faces (end), 2014

    10,000 spray-painted candles on aluminium with resin coating

  4. The Rest is Silence, 2014

    2,809 handmade badges depicting popular culture, set on aluminium

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gameraboy:

Flying saucers, January 1962. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog.

gameraboy:

Flying saucers, January 1962. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog.