(Source: itsbetterthananal)

ph. Harley Weir


(Source: circusblackout)


angelsenpaii:

Rosa by Lonely Sarah on flickr

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secretrepublic:

Humans Need Not Apply

A colleague sent me this video yesterday. Probably the most sober dip into the future of technology I’ve seen yet. Perhaps I am a minority, but I do see rising inequality and the difficulty of our current economic moment as heavily impacted and sustained by the rapid pace of technological advancement (and subsequently the value that technology creates being consolidated in the hands of very few).

All of this is a good thing… if our social and political development can match the pace of our technological development. If humans are no longer needed, then the value generated by their robotic counterparts must be distributed in new ways. For starters, is it time to end the 40 hour work week? Will we need regulation to restructure large companies? Can capitalism evolve to provide in the brave new world?

-Kasey

I SHOULD post stuff but im actually in bed atm but hey..theres room *pats pillow*
Get ove here

I’ve been boycotting Nestlé for about year now \o/
Fuck that company.


asylum-art:

IHyperrealistic Fashion portaits by Anna Halldin Maule

on Facebook, Artsy

To the naked eye, Hawaii-based artist Anna Halldin Maule’s amazing hyperrealistic oil paintings can pass off as photographs. With their incredible detail and soft, pastel shades, her portraits of beautiful women are the very picture of femininity

at Scott Richards Contemporary Art

Watch the video:

Her Secret Weapon from Anna Halldin-Maule on Vimeo.


(Source: taeologist)


artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)

Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]