HOLY LIGHT
aestheticgoddess:

The Venus of Alexandria, Yves Klein, 1962
Friday 3/28/2014

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aestheticgoddess:

The Venus of Alexandria, Yves Klein, 1962

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Tuesday 3/25/2014

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fall1997:

where do i meet potential friends

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rifles:

"Buildings communicate: through their architecture and – as part of the architectonic concept – via their facades. In an age defined by high-tech, architects also are increasingly making use of the latest communications technology in order to present their buildings on the public stage. Whereas a glass facade merely makes a building more transparent, the media facade goes a step further. The dynamic surfaces – presentation areas for designs, animations or film sequences – turn the exterior shell of a building into a communication medium, an intermediary between structure and outdoor space."
realities:united — SPOTS, 2005
Monday 3/24/2014

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rifles:

"Buildings communicate: through their architecture and – as part of the architectonic concept – via their facades. In an age defined by high-tech, architects also are increasingly making use of the latest communications technology in order to present their buildings on the public stage. Whereas a glass facade merely makes a building more transparent, the media facade goes a step further. The dynamic surfaces – presentation areas for designs, animations or film sequences – turn the exterior shell of a building into a communication medium, an intermediary between structure and outdoor space."

realities:united — SPOTS, 2005

Sunday 3/23/2014

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Saturday 3/22/2014

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anti-irl:

it is scary to go to psychologists and realise they are dumb too

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Wednesday 3/19/2014

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I notice everything. And by everything, I literally mean everything. I notice when someone stops hitting me up like they used to. I notice when the way someone talks to me starts changing. I notice the little things that people do, and the little things they used to do. I notice when things change, and when it’s no longer the same. I notice every single little detail. I just don’t say anything.

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Saturday 3/15/2014

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