powercats, scripture, rhythm, and women
oanell63:

takahiro shimatsu,Tumblr (via takahiro shimatsu,Tumblr | Paintings | Pinterest)
pizzzatime:

zeroing: JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT

pizzzatime:

zeroingJEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT

amethystskull:

Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol

amethystskull:

Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Dario Carrata

1. Flowers

2. Man

3. No Sense

4. Untitled

2014

secretofmonkeyisland:

mithaychawal:

I’ve been laughing since 2002

Since 1990 for me.

the best game ever

fatmalovestodraw:

Nonsensical play before bed. I’m planning to visit the museum before flying back to Doha. :)

dzenzel:

Angel Gabriel 1527-28, Jacopo Pontormo. Fresco. Cappella Capponi, Santa Felicita, Florence

warkadang:

The Rugs of War by Tim Bonyhady & Nigel Lendon with an Essay by Jasleen Dhamija (pdf)

The first war rugs were made by Afghan weavers in response to the Soviet invasion in 1979. The most recent depict the events of 11 September and their aftermath. 

In The Rugs of War Tim Bonyhady, Jasleen Dhamija and Nigel Lendon examine this remarkable form of contemporary art — exploring not only the origins, meaning and significance of these rugs but also their circulation and reception around the world.

Click on each photo to read more about each rug.