visual fodder
"Lord, I fasion dark gods, too"
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tobia:

So this is happening….
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"I have been described by you, for hundreds of years. And now, I can describe you. That’s part of the panic."
James Baldwin (via 2brwngrls)
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publicartfund:

Spring, you are a most welcomed season this year. 
#throwbackthursday: Alejandro Diaz, A Can for All Seasons, 2005. 

Alejandro Diaz’s A Can for All Seasons, a light-hearted take on public sculpture, installed on the median of the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, celebrates the overlap between art and everyday life. Inspired by the practice in rural households of growing plants in empty grocery-store cans, Diaz (La Piedad, Mexico) has created four sculptural reproductions of brand-name canned goods, each representing a different type of food that is indigenous to Mexico: corn, chiles, chocolate, and tomatoes. Read more about the project. 
publicartfund:

Spring, you are a most welcomed season this year. 
#throwbackthursday: Alejandro Diaz, A Can for All Seasons, 2005. 

Alejandro Diaz’s A Can for All Seasons, a light-hearted take on public sculpture, installed on the median of the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, celebrates the overlap between art and everyday life. Inspired by the practice in rural households of growing plants in empty grocery-store cans, Diaz (La Piedad, Mexico) has created four sculptural reproductions of brand-name canned goods, each representing a different type of food that is indigenous to Mexico: corn, chiles, chocolate, and tomatoes. Read more about the project. 
publicartfund:

Spring, you are a most welcomed season this year. 
#throwbackthursday: Alejandro Diaz, A Can for All Seasons, 2005. 

Alejandro Diaz’s A Can for All Seasons, a light-hearted take on public sculpture, installed on the median of the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, celebrates the overlap between art and everyday life. Inspired by the practice in rural households of growing plants in empty grocery-store cans, Diaz (La Piedad, Mexico) has created four sculptural reproductions of brand-name canned goods, each representing a different type of food that is indigenous to Mexico: corn, chiles, chocolate, and tomatoes. Read more about the project. 
publicartfund:

Spring, you are a most welcomed season this year. 
#throwbackthursday: Alejandro Diaz, A Can for All Seasons, 2005. 

Alejandro Diaz’s A Can for All Seasons, a light-hearted take on public sculpture, installed on the median of the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, celebrates the overlap between art and everyday life. Inspired by the practice in rural households of growing plants in empty grocery-store cans, Diaz (La Piedad, Mexico) has created four sculptural reproductions of brand-name canned goods, each representing a different type of food that is indigenous to Mexico: corn, chiles, chocolate, and tomatoes. Read more about the project. 
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sourcedumal:

haitian-sensati0n:

This made my night
lmaoooooo

Lmfaooo this baby
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stereoculturesociety:

#BlackHistoryMonth 2014
CultureSOUL: The Dapper Rebels - Watts, Los Angeles, CA 1966
From LIFE Magazine series, photos by Bill Ray. 
stereoculturesociety:

#BlackHistoryMonth 2014
CultureSOUL: The Dapper Rebels - Watts, Los Angeles, CA 1966
From LIFE Magazine series, photos by Bill Ray. 
stereoculturesociety:

#BlackHistoryMonth 2014
CultureSOUL: The Dapper Rebels - Watts, Los Angeles, CA 1966
From LIFE Magazine series, photos by Bill Ray. 
stereoculturesociety:

#BlackHistoryMonth 2014
CultureSOUL: The Dapper Rebels - Watts, Los Angeles, CA 1966
From LIFE Magazine series, photos by Bill Ray. 
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nadiaaboulhosn:

Nadia Aboulhosn | www.nadiaaboulhosn.com
nadiaaboulhosn:

Nadia Aboulhosn | www.nadiaaboulhosn.com
nadiaaboulhosn:

Nadia Aboulhosn | www.nadiaaboulhosn.com
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nearlyvintage:

   Keith Haring + Bill T. Jones, 1983
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