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The Third Mind - William Burroughs & Brion Gysin - Collages These didn't appear in the book, The Third Mind, as published by Viking Press in '78, and John Calder in '79. You can read that in pdf form here. Criminally, it's never been reprinted, so on-screen is the only way many can read it nowadays. The many images created in 1965 were supposed to be for a large format book, but Grove rejected it on grounds of cost.
Tourists in front of the Sphinx in Giza, Egypt. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1880 Scottish soldiers at the sphinx of Giza after their victory in the Battle of Tel-el-Kebir during the Anglo-Egyptian conflict for control of the Suez Canal. (Photo by Pascal Sebah/Getty Images). 1882 Pyramids of Giza: The Retrospective 1880–1955
Found on Flickr: Photo Art by Radoslaw Pujan
Reddit user remizik recently went on an adventure that made me foam at the mouth with jealousy. He decided to go inside Antelope Lower Canyon, which is located in Page, Arizona. He had been to Page from France once before, but he was unable to go inside. So now, returning in 2013, he was determined to do it. Inside Antelope Lower Canyon in Page, Arizona
Logos define brands and they create corporate images because logos are what sticks in people’s mind and creates associations. Think Coca-Cola, Nike, or McDonald’s – what do you instantly picture in mind? Right, their logos. The Best of the Worst Logo Designs - Meanwhile... in Art - Learn about Art, Sell Your Art, Buy Artwork, Learn about Famous Artists
The Son Doong Cave in Vietnam is the biggest cave in the world. It's over 5.5 miles long, has a jungle and river, and could fit a 40-story skyscraper within its walls. But nobody knew any of that until four years ago. The newly discovered cave has been touted as the largest in the world, although other caves vie for the title of longest (Mammoth Cave in Brownsville, Kentucky nabs that title with about 400 miles of passageways) and deepest (Krubera Cave in the nation of Georgia). A local man discovered the cave entrance in 1991, but British cavers were the first to explore it in 2009. Now, tour company Oxalis is running trial tours of the cave and accepting sign-ups for real six-day tours to take place next year. World's Largest Cave, Son Doong, Prepping For First Public Tours
Rock Posters - George Clinton, Clutch, Coheed and Cambria, Elvis Costello, The Cramps
“A dirty thunderstorm (also, Volcanic lightning) is a weather phenomenon that occurs when lightning is produced in a volcanic plume. Dirty thunderstorms have been reported in Chile above the Chaiten Volcano, above Alaska's Mount Augustine volcano, and Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano”. Lightning bolts strike around the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic chain near southern Osorno city June 5, 2011. (Photo by Reuters/Ivan Alvarado) Ash and steam erupti from the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic chain near Osorno city, Chile, on June 5, 2011. (Photo by Reuters/Air Force of Chile/Handout) A Look Back At “Dirty Thunderstorm”
Rainbow Gatherings “Rainbow Gatherings are temporary intentional communities, typically held in outdoor settings, and espousing and practicing ideals of peace, love, harmony, freedom and community, as a consciously expressed alternative to mainstream popular culture, consumerism, capitalism and mass media. Rainbow Gatherings and the Rainbow Family of Living Light (usually abbreviated to “Rainbow Family”) are an expression of a Utopian impulse, combined with bohemianism, hipster and hippie culture, with roots clearly traceable to the counterculture of the 1960s. Mainstream society is commonly referred to and viewed as “Babylon”, connoting the participants' widely held belief that modern lifestyles and systems of government are unhealthy, unsustainable, exploitative and out of harmony with the natural systems of the planet. The original Rainbow Gathering was in 1972, and has been held annually in the United States from July 1 through 7 every year on National Forest land.
Shin Knee Valley Valley of the Reclining Woman The Desert of Sleeping Men Desert of Backs Landscapes Formed From Human Bodies by Carl Warner
America in the 1970s: New York City - In Focus Today marks the start of Documerica Week on In Focus -- a new photo essay each day, featuring regions of the U.S. covered by the photographers of the Documerica Project in the early 1970s. The Documerica Project was put together by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 1971, with a primary goal of documenting adverse effects of modern life on the environment, but photographers were also encouraged to record the daily life of ordinary people, capturing a broad snapshot of America.
C harming eccentric or tolerated local boogyman? The townspeople of Kyjov in Czech Republic could never quite decide. Miroslav Tichý took nearly a hundred photographs a day with his homemade camera, wandering around the streets of his hometown, often spotted at bus stops, the main square, the park and the swimming pool, although he was frequently arrested for lingering around the local pool taking pictures of unsuspecting women. When he returned to his chaotic and cluttered home afte a day of shooting, he would develop and print his pictures, sometimes crudely frame and decorate them, but ultimately cast them aside into a mess of untitled, undated and unseen photographs. The Reclusive Peeping Tom Photographer and his Cardboard Camera
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A Look Back At Marilyn Monroe American actress Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962), circa 1950. (Photo by L. J. Willinger/Keystone Features/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) A technician checks the lighting for Marilyn Monroe during a rehearsal for her role in “All About Eve”, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz for 20th Century Fox.
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Yuri Elik video artist, vj and photographer Video artist and VJ whose activity covers a range from creating multimedia installations and performances (solo or as a member of Group 2012 and Project503) and video art works to active participation in St.Petersburg scene (and festivals in Russia, Ukraine, Finland, Hungary and USA) as a live visualist/VJ collaborating with a multitude of musicians and DJs from both St.Petersburg and all over the world who played noise, electronic, ethnic, rock, jazz and classical music. His visual style changes with music, but his favorite topic is colorful, texture-rich psychedelic improvisation, immersing viewer into total audiovisual experience. Photographer since 1996. Main interest lies in abstract photography, favourite topics are rust, industrial landscapes, objects and textures. Member of multimedia project 2012. Yuri Elik
Top 10 Photos of the Week Bail spinners needed! Urgent! Call the Amish hotline ASAP! Quote of the Day: ”In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali (1904–1989) cavorting on a rooftop at his home in Cadaques on the Spanish Costa Brava, 1955. (Photo by Charles Hewitt) Surrealist artist Salvador Dali (1904–1989), with his distinctive moustache to the fore. 17th November 1951. (Photo by Daniel Farson) Salvador Dali [Oldies]
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CARLOS AQUILINO. Exposición de pintura. Recapitulación.
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U.S. Dept of Health Comic featuring Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids circa 1972 | The Museum Of UnCut Funk
Long Exposure Photos Capture Years in a Single Frame
Stan Brakhage: A Short Introduction, by Fred Camper
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Translucent Ants Photographed Eating Colored Liquids
El Seed On Graffiti, Censorship In Tunisia, And Why Arabic Is An Artist's Best Friend (SLIDESHOW)
Nicholas Roerich Museum
Mysterious Underwater ‘Crop Circle’ Art Discovered Off the Coast of Japan
The world’s shiniest living thing is an African fruit that looks like a pointillist bauble | Not Exactly Rocket Science
Miniature Art on the Tip of Pencil by Dalton Ghetti
National Geographic Magazine
to be continued.
CartoonStock - Cartoon Pictures, Political Cartoons, Animations.
Daniel Spehr Fotostudio Basel :: Editorial | Made in BERLIN
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Gorgeous photographs of Golden Ray migration
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Paul Gilmore Photography
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Burning of the Man at Burning Man 2011
The Impossible Project
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Tree of Life | Kabbalah - Kabbalistic Art - Kosmic Kabbalah Art - David Friedman
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"You ain’t artsier than me..."
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Boring Like A Drill. A Blog. » Visualising Music
Souterrain Porte VI - Materia Prima Art Factory
Photographing Native Mongolians Who Had Never Seen a Photo of Themselves
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'Quadruple rainbow' caught on film for the first time
DeRosaWorld: Salvador Dali Sculptures Join The Jet Set This Winter
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