ganja dwarf

Bastion Highwalk stairwell, London Wall, City of London.

Vier Flecken  (1929) 
Wassily Kandinsky
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#art #deathPaul Delvaux, 1897 - 1994

Looking forward to the #Kraftwerk concert in a couple of weeks, so I doodled some quick posters, this is one of the more odd ones and I love how it plays with the perception of depth and breaks with regular visual habits.
The ZKM Logo belongs to its respective owners.

thanks mom for the best cup set ever 💘


thursday on negative pleasure radio
an interview with mari naomi marinaomi
author of Dragon’s Breath and Kiss & Tell, contributor to No Straight Lines (fantagraphics)!
she’ll be talking about her comics and writing and all kinds of stuff
hosted by harris and claire
thursday, 7-9pm on
♥66 "Roger was there,and he was sitting at the desk,and I came in and I saw this guy sitting behind him—huge, bald,fat guy.I thought,”He looks a bit…strange…”Anyway,so I sat down with Roger at the desk and we worked for about ten minutes,and this guy kept on getting up and brushing his teeth and then sitting—doing really weird things, but keeping quiet.And I said to Roger,”Who is he?” and Roger said “I don’t know.” and I said “Well,I assumed he was a friend of yours,” and he said “No,I don’t know who he is.” Anyway,it took me a long time,and then suddenly I realised it was Syd,after maybe 45 minutes.He came in as we were doing the vocals for Shine On You Crazy Diamond,which was basically about Syd.He just,for some incredible reason he picked the very day that we were doing a song which was about him.And we hadn’t seen him,I don’t think,for two years before.That’s what’s so incredibly…weird about this guy.And a bit disturbing,as well,I mean,particularly when you see a guy,that you don’t,you couldn’t recognise him.And then,for him to pick the very day we want to start putting vocals on,which is a song about him.Very strange."

— Richard Wright (via fuckyeahpinkfloyd)

Open plan living from The House Book, 1974.

Frank Auerbach
Working Drawing for ‘Primrose Hill’1968

From palestinian children to humanity