The dropping rain and the glacier lagoon were melting together when we arrived Jökulsárlón. In south east of Iceland, this glacier lagoon stems down from Europe’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull. In the “land of fire and ice”, even the murmurous sound from the glacier lagoon amazingly glowed like fire.

  • Day of the sound : 11.10. 2013
  • Location : Jökulsárlón, East, Iceland
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baby goats playing on other animals

everything is a playground when you’re a baby goat

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  ‘pictures of magazine’ 2” By Vik Muniz

vik muniz famous artworks recreated from torn magazines2’ brazilian artist  has extended his repertoire of unusual mediums in his artwork with a series entitled ‘pictures of magazine 2’the project is characterized by famous paintings recreated with outdated magazines that have been torn up and meticulously arranged to mimic the tones and contours of the original pieces.  Artworks are on exhibition at xippas gallery.

  1. After the bath’, after Edgar Degas
  2. The Absinthe Drinker , after Edgar Degas
  3. Starry Night, after Van Gogh
  4. Summer in the City, after Edward Hopp
  5. Siesta, after Pierre Bonnard
  6. Wheat field with cypresses, after Van GoghA
  7. Wanderer Above the Sea of Media, after Caspar David Friedrich
  8. bar at folies bergères,  after Edouard Manet
  9. Floor scrapers,  after Gustave Caillebotte
  10. Le zèbre, after George Stubbs


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"Taffy" by Olivia De Berardinis


"Taffy" by Olivia De Berardinis

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Alberto Tadiello joins us on 7E

Alberto is an Italian audio/electronic installation artist. He creates various autonomous sonic machines and installations that at some point undergo a climactic state. ”I’m interested in creating a physical experience without implicating a physical contact,” he says. “What I want is to make something epidermic that borders visual and auditory sensations, becoming nearly tactile.” Alberto also uses aspects of sound like echo and resonance in his work. He says he wants people to “bring along the residue of what they saw, heard, and felt” after they experience his art.

EPROMs (Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) is an installation consisting of wiring, transformers and electric motors which drive music boxes. Like the limited use memory chips that inspired it’s name, the art piece eventually wears out and changes over time, starting out as a “fairy-like” soundscape and eventually disintegrating into a cacophony of worn out mechanics.



The questing beast.

Arthur Rackham, frontispiece from The romance of King Arthur, abridged from Mallory’s Morte d’Arthur by Alfred W. Pollard, New York, 1920.

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The questing beast.

Arthur Rackham, frontispiece from The romance of King Arthur, abridged from Mallory’s Morte d’Arthur by Alfred W. Pollard, New York, 1920.

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And these two are the magical books my dad bought for me when I was around 7-8 years old. As a little girl, I was obsessed with peter pan and fairies, and this was the best gift in the entire world.

I’m going to keep it forever and ever. 




The Pallas´s Cat, also called Manul, is a small wildcat living in the grasslands and steppe of central asia.
It is named after the german naturalist Peter Simon Pallas, who first described the species in 1776.

That is the most expressive and gelatinous cat I have ever seen.

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The Doll Test

This self hate thing is DEEP

this makes me mad 

This is a compilation of doll tests featuring children of many races.

This is so fucking important

if you ever have to ask why intersectionality is important, direct yourself back to this video

this is a fucking prime example of how racism and anti-blackness are literally ingrained in our heads right when we are born. 

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