Subbacultcha

Pour n'être pas les esclaves martyrisés du Temps,
enivrez-vous;
enivrez-vous sans cesse!
De vin, de poésie ou de vertu, à votre guise.

“The English bourgeoisie is charitable out of self-interest; it gives nothing outright, but regards its gifts as a business matter, makes a bargain with the poor, saying: “If I spend this much upon benevolent institutions, I thereby purchase the right not to be troubled any further,..”

—   

Condition of the Working Class in England, by Engels, 1845 (via dailymarx)

(Also, why I am suspicious of charities and nonprofits pt.1)

charleskinbote:

"melted butter"

school started hah

(via customlovecafe)

tabletopwhale:

This week I made an animated chart of butterflies! These are all butterflies that you can find throughout North America, and I picked the 42 that I thought were the most colorful and unique. 

You can check out the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here :)

(via theremina)

Who would’ve thought something this on point would come from— of all places— Playboy?
Via Vox

Imogen Heap: Entanglement

Beautiful.

kingfishersfire:

Philippe Halsman had six rules for interesting work
"the rule of the direct approach,"
"the rule of the unusual technique,"
"the rule of the added unusual feature,"
"the rule of the missing feature,"
"the rule of compounded features,"
"the rule of the literal or ideographic method."
How many of them can you identify in this picture?

kingfishersfire:

Philippe Halsman had six rules for interesting work

  1. "the rule of the direct approach,"
  2. "the rule of the unusual technique,"
  3. "the rule of the added unusual feature,"
  4. "the rule of the missing feature,"
  5. "the rule of compounded features,"
  6. "the rule of the literal or ideographic method."

How many of them can you identify in this picture?

classicstarlite:

Thanks for playing with us, Robin.

(via artfood)

magic-of-cinema:

Blowup 1966 / Michelangelo Antonioni

magic-of-cinema:

Blowup 1966 / Michelangelo Antonioni

(via dylzo)

babylonfalling:

'67

babylonfalling:

'67

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babylonfalling:

“An L.A. Weekend with Andy Warhol,” Los Angeles Free Press (1967)

babylonfalling:

An L.A. Weekend with Andy Warhol,” Los Angeles Free Press (1967)

(via dylzo)

Bikini Kill - Rebel Girl

nakedjupiter:

grotesque-burlesque:

Rebel Girl | Bikini Kill

That girl thinks she’s the queen of the neighborhood

I got news for you, she is

this song fucking rocks.

(via baronvonmerkens)

meditationalfield1:

1922 cubist portrait of Leon Trotsky by Yury Annenkov

meditationalfield1:

1922 cubist portrait of Leon Trotsky by Yury Annenkov

(via entire-owl)

flavorpill:

"Since his death yesterday, Robin Williams has been memorialized through countless tributes, including Flavorwire’s own. As a performer, however, Williams will mostly live on through his work. A nearly four-decade career has left us with a wealth of characters, running the gamut from dramatic to comedic, stirring to hysterical. Here are some of the roles and performances that meant the most to Flavorwire staffers, from Dead Poets Society to Jumanji.” 

Remembering Robin Williams: Flavorwire Staff’s Favorite Performances

Lindsey’s awesome art blog!