Oceans (where feet may fail)
“Spirit lead me where my trust is without borders, let me walk upon the waters wherever you would call me…”
Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki transforms rolls of duct tape into complicated topographical maps and stray threads into tiny, astonishingly intricate sculptures. Carnival rides that might just be big enough for a flea emerge from sheets and towels while itty-bitty electrical towers rise up out of toothbrush bristles.
(via soulpancake)Source: archiemcphee
Little did I know… I tend to say that a lot when talking about what God’s been doing in my life.
So little did I know… when I chose my hall theme for this semester it would probably impact me more than the girls on my hall. Funny how the leader ends up learning WAY more. And it’s only the…
London urban poetry artist Robert Montgomery works with text in a post-Situationist tradition. Since 2005 he has carried out his WORDS IN THE CITY AT NIGHT project, inspired by the Situationist concept of detournement,where he hijacks advertising space in the city, often illegally. He covers illuminated advertising billboards with austere black posters with white letters: his texts part poetry, part an enquiry into our collective unconscious, and an attempt to describe in public space ‘what it feels like to live now’. His texts and poems connect with the traditions of conceptual art, concrete poetry, Situationism, and contemporary artists like Jenny Holzer, but have their own resonant melancholic voice.
(via soulpancake)Source: showslow
I have to say, I can be a pretty positive spokesman for the military brat lifestyle. Seriously, I love it. I would never have wished differently…
But there comes a time (typically every two years) where reality hits and clouds your optimistic life with a little uncertainty…just a little though.
I love a good mystery, but I hate waiting for it. Can that even be possible?
Trigger warning: lots of suicide talk.
This post is not about Aaron Swartz. Neither is it about his death. It’s about some of the responses I’ve seen to his death.
You can tell people who’ve been near suicide before from those who haven’t. The ones for whom this is new are fitting…