2. foxesinbreeches:

    Penetracje I and II by Leszek Szurkowski, 1974

    (via artspotting)

  3. (Source: cocaineteas, via catdad)

  4. Masuyama Sessai (1754 - 1819)
    The insect quire (Summer version)
    Edo period (19th century).
    Tokyo National Museum.

    (Source: heaveninawildflower, via marisa-ramirez)

  5. immediate follow-through

  6. This gif requires audio to fully appreciate one of the greatest musical moments in cartoons ever.

    (via 90s90s90s)


  7. "..it was a time when i first realized the part the artist can take in indicating the traumas of a time and initiating a healing process, by that i mean i saw the relationship between the chaos i experienced and the process of sculpture. chaos can have a healing character if it is coupled with the idea of open movement to channel the warm of chaos energy into order or form."
    — Joseph Beuys (via saritasunbeam)
  8. rachelward:

    Big Moe lettering sketch. Gonna clean it up and make it better soon.


  9. (Source: Spotify)

  10. had a good weekend, yes.

  11. lioneater:


    Louise Bourgeois’ “Femme-Maison” and Homer Simpson with a doghouse stuck to his head

    high art


    (via gugugutwrench)

  12. skin-and-teeth:

    Carlos C.

    Absolutely No Words 2, 2013

    Single Channel Video

  13. Martha Tinaut
    32x22 cm

    (Source: tinaut, via artspotting)

  14. Dieter Roth
    Bunny-dropping-bunny (Karnickelkottelkarnickel)
    Multiple of straw and rabbit droppings
    7 5/16 x 8 1/16 x 4 1/8 inches

    (Source: mfortki, via artspotting)

  15. Even your grave is the coolest. Keep at it, Rooster.