toxoplasm

Aug 28

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Aug 27

curepimmy:

discwars:

discwars:

discwars:

what the fuck is this bullshit


HES STILL THERE


THAT ONES NOT EVEN RED 

This reminds me of the time I was having trouble drawing fists, like

No shit I mean like on a PERSON

curepimmy:

discwars:

discwars:

discwars:

what the fuck is this bullshit

HES STILL THERE

THAT ONES NOT EVEN RED 

This reminds me of the time I was having trouble drawing fists, like

No shit I mean like on a PERSON

(Source: birdtouch, via rincewitch)

atomicdomme:

just imagine if they’d actually made a game where you can play as this lady:

http://www.gameranx.com/img/12-Aug/broken-nose-jiang.jpg

and do crimes. or buy sweet outfits and race motorcycles, whichever you like

(via rincewitch)

ribbonsnrust:

Lily Brayton 

ribbonsnrust:

Lily Brayton 

(via vonmonsta)

(Source: twitter.com, via heyreallygiger)

rincewitch:

rincewitch:

achewood is obviously really good and as a body of work is a stunning achievement in webcomics
but i always think of this cat and girl page when i try to appraise it
very well-done, but

there’s achewood chat on my dash so it’s time to reblog this cat and girl page for the nth time

rincewitch:

rincewitch:

achewood is obviously really good and as a body of work is a stunning achievement in webcomics

but i always think of this cat and girl page when i try to appraise it

very well-done, but

there’s achewood chat on my dash so it’s time to reblog this cat and girl page for the nth time

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t-d-x:

collaterlysisters:

adventures in fetlife update: I have officially been hit on by a cop

i’m going to go against the usual recommendation here and suggest that you do not fuck the police

*logs on to weird fucking dot org* MAYBE BONGHITS WILL FIX MY PENAL CODE

more like penile code lmao

(Source: collaterlysisters)

cosmictuesdays said: A friend of mine once said she wanted to write her artist's statement in the second person - "You are facing west. There is a mailbox."

boysinbarrettes said: what's the deal with artist's statements on art projects? are they required by institutions or something? it's always a little jarring seeing a really cool painting or photo project or whatever, next to a really academic, nearly impenetrable wall of text about it

teratocybernetics:

3liza:

3liza:

Artists universally despise artist’s statements, in my experience, and only do it under intense duress. We hate writing them and we hate people reading them. They are generally demanded by business managers, gallerists, collectors, schools, occasionally patrons (although not often, hail satan), press kits, CVs, and group shows or festivals.

Last time I was asked for an artist’s statement (for a press kit) I made Simon write it for me after listing off some shit I’ve done, and only gave it a very cursory glance before “approving” it. 

My best guess is that you can safely ignore artist’s statements, and/or assume someone had to write it at gunpoint, or that it was written by a third party and the artist wanted as little to do with it as possible.

"my music isn’t constrained by petty labels like ‘genre’, man, so like, dont put me in a box"

Artists statements: because people who buy big-a Art as an institution don’t think ‘I had a cool idea’, ‘I wanted to use this colour’ or ‘I was drunk’ are enough of a story for a piece because they couldn’t make it themselves.

see also: why every prehistoric artifact without an obvious utilitarian purpose is deemed a “ritual object”, and not “i whittled this because i had a lot of free time in the neolithic”

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boysinbarrettes said: what's the deal with artist's statements on art projects? are they required by institutions or something? it's always a little jarring seeing a really cool painting or photo project or whatever, next to a really academic, nearly impenetrable wall of text about it

3liza:

Artists universally despise artist’s statements, in my experience, and only do it under intense duress. We hate writing them and we hate people reading them. They are generally demanded by business managers, gallerists, collectors, schools, occasionally patrons (although not often, hail satan), press kits, CVs, and group shows or festivals.

Last time I was asked for an artist’s statement (for a press kit) I made Simon write it for me after listing off some shit I’ve done, and only gave it a very cursory glance before “approving” it. 

My best guess is that you can safely ignore artist’s statements, and/or assume someone had to write it at gunpoint, or that it was written by a third party and the artist wanted as little to do with it as possible.

"my music isn’t constrained by petty labels like ‘genre’, man, so like, dont put me in a box"