pacegallery:

Paul Graham at Pace: In his most recent series, Paul Graham combines images of rainbows from Western Ireland, a young woman asleep in different beds on the far side of the world, and the facade of a timeworn New York City gold shop, among other things, to collectively consider the ephemeral things we pursue in life: love, wealth, happiness, beauty - the metaphorical pot of gold a the end of the rainbow. His solo exhibition, Does Yellow Run Forever?, is now on view at 510 West 25th Street, New York, through October 4. 

hypebeast:

Opening Ceremony 2014 Fall/Winter Lookbook

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eatsleepdraw:

The silver birch woods in winter

gregmelander:

92 SQUARE FEET

via prettyarchitecture ”Most people think that sheds are only used to store your gardening tools and accessories near your garden and that’s it. Well, that is not true, of course.”

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softpyramid:

Nick Cave
Star Power
2014

wetheurban:

FASHION: Hood by Air Spring/Summer 2015

Welp, we’ll take one of everything please! Shayne Oliver of Hood by Air presented a stellar avant-garde, street-ready collection for Spring 2015.

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Advice to Aspiring Filmmakers and Creative Entrepreneurs

gregmelander:

I think this same type vision would be cool for incubators or startups: Herzog outlines his unconventional vision for the ideal film school. “You would be allowed to submit an application only after having travelled, alone and on foot. You would learn more about filmmaking during your journey than if you spent five years at film school. Your experiences would be the very opposite of academic knowledge, for academia is the death of cinema…My film school would allow you to experience a certain climate of excitement of the mind, and would produce people with spirit, a furious inner excitement, a burning flame within. This is what ultimately creates films. Technical knowledge inevitably becomes dated; the ability to adapt to change will always be more important. At my utopian film academy there would be a vast loft with a boxing ring in one corner. Participants, working every day with a trainer, would learn to somersault, juggle and perform magic tricks. Whether you would be a filmmaker by the end I couldn’t say, but at least you would emerge as a confident and fearless athlete. The end result would be like the knights of old who knew how to ride a horse, wield a sword and play the lute.

softpyramid:

Josiah McElheny
Czech Modernism Mirrored and Reflected Infinitely
2005
Mirrored glass case with hand blown mirrored glass objects
18 ½ x 56 ½ x 30 ½ inches

manbartlett:

cross-connect:

Mnunu Nimune is the pseudonym of a cyberpunk artist from Spain. He posts on Tumblr as mnunu-nimune. His work is built around a set of ten rules.

1. Only black and white.

2. 500 width 888 height.

3. Always merge Tech-Noir/Cyberpunk with Occult / Esoteric topics.

4. Just code with Processing. No PS, no AE, no C4D.

5. Work 3 hours max per piece.

6. Just post pictures. No reblogs, no text, no messages,

7. Use your own algorithms and your own classes. Your own typographies and your own languages.

8. Always include Procedural & Random elements.

9. Only use photographs made with your iPhone. No edits.

10. Publish one post a day. 18:30 Madrid time.

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Pretty serious rules