natural born chiller
aues birrefigg
natural born chiller
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antediluviancurrent:

Tzompantli, Tenochtitlan, Mexico
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VHS EDITS -- BAUHAUS ALBUMS

VHS EDITS -- BAUHAUS ALBUMS

VHS EDITS -- BAUHAUS ALBUMS

VHS EDITS -- BAUHAUS ALBUMS

VHS EDITS -- BAUHAUS ALBUMS
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malformalady:

In 2007, tribal tension in Kenya erupted after apparent rigged elections with violence and chaos consuming the country. Over 1,600 people were killed and over 660,000 forced from their homes and made to live in IDP camps (Internally displaced people) or else suffer the same brutal fate. Stanford and his family lived in the fertile land of Narok and in the middle of the night they were given five minutes to leave their home and barely packed their bags before their house and everything they owned was burnt to the ground. When they arrived at the camp Stanford had already been diagnosed with a rare skin condition that made him highly sensitive to the sun but was healthy with some minor skin irritation. Stanford was forced to live in a small clear tent in a barren field without many trees for shade, and his condition quickly deteriorated. Five years later there is a new president but for many life in the camp remains the same struggle. Stanford now has no sight and struggles to breathe out of his nose. Surgery is way beyond and his mother’s reach.
Photo credit: Jonathan May
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the-pool:

UFO zine
An infographic zine about UFOs, inspired by scientific journals and looney ufologists alike. Black and white, 48 pages, printed on newsprint. 
the-pool:

UFO zine
An infographic zine about UFOs, inspired by scientific journals and looney ufologists alike. Black and white, 48 pages, printed on newsprint. 
the-pool:

UFO zine
An infographic zine about UFOs, inspired by scientific journals and looney ufologists alike. Black and white, 48 pages, printed on newsprint. 
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moistgerms:

 
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pleoros:

Andy Goldsworthy - Hazel stick throw LYC, Cumbria 10 July 1980.
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shoulderblades:

and for today… nothing, stuart brisley, 1972
“I lay in a bath of black water in the bathroom of Gallery House for approximately 2 hours each day for two weeks.
In the wash basin and on a ledge next to the bath I laid out some offal. During the two weeks the offal decayed, flies laying eggs and maggots hatching out to feed.
There was a low light in the bathroom so it was difficult to see exactly what was in there. The door was left ajar. The only sign of movement was that of a body rising and falling in the water when breathing in and out. The stench of offal was overpowering.
I made a film based on this work entitled Arbeit Macht Frei (16mm 20 mins). The film is in black and white and colour. It reflects the total rejection of what lay behind the title - the words enshrined on every Nazi concentration camp, translates as Work Makes Free. It is a deliberation on death.”
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tohjiro:

Rope & Photo : Akira Naka