1. Day three of Seattle artist Sarah Robicheau’s Kickstaeter campaign and she’s already funded! But don’t let that deter you from donating, she’s posted some rad stretch goals with plenty of new treats for backers! Go to tinyurl.com/parity-kickstarter and back this meaningful project today!

     
  2. Hello friends! Today a video I made for an artist’s KickStarter fund went live, and I’d love for you to check it out (it’s only 3.5 mins).

    The artist, Sarah Robicheau, and I worked closely on this concept to address and flesh out what she was doing and why she’s seeking patronage. This project is creating a space for "visual dialogue about loss, identity and renewal" in regards to infertility in a very baby-centric society. This is going to be a great project both in doors of discussion opened and the artwork itself.

    Please check it out and donate if you feel moved, thank you ❤️

    Share on IG , Facebook & Twitter with this easy link!

    tinyurl.com/parity-kickstarter

     
  3. phoneasmedium:

    Phone Event pt.6, 2013
    Nuno Patrício

     

  4. "But remember, there are two ways to dehumanize someone: by dismissing them, and by idolizing them."
    — David Wong  (via boneshard)

    (Source: gassions, via meninafricanamerican)

     
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  6. Quorthon’s bones have been resting for a decade now. Holy shit.

    RIP Quorthon.

     

  7. "Authorship has become very slippery, and the ownership of ideas has become less interesting today than the rapid sharing of them."
    — Michelle Grabner, one of the three curators of the 2014 Biennial, in The New York Times profile of HOWDOYOUSAYYAMINAFRICAN, a global collective whose work will be on view in the exhibition. (via whitneymuseum)

    (via blackcontemporaryart)

     

  8. allanimeistrash:

    play this as the sun rises

    (Source: upliftingnova, via humanure)

     
  9. contemporaryartworld:

    Bjarne Melgaard

     
  10. Every damn day

    (Source: onesipleftinthecup, via crustpunkslamdunk)