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I am josh. I compose and play violin, piano, saxophone, and mandolin. this is a mostly original blog about all things music. feel free to leave an ask. enjoy.
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artemisdreaming:

Jean Marais at his easel (Saint Jean Cap Ferrat), 1950
Jean Cocteau
For more Jean Cocteau art, phototography and interviews see archive:  HERE

artemisdreaming:

Jean Marais at his easel (Saint Jean Cap Ferrat), 1950

Jean Cocteau

For more Jean Cocteau art, phototography and interviews see archive:  HERE

Someone stop me

bible-jpg:

i just realised jesus faked his death for more followers

(via flying-squirrel-pimp)

creatures-alive:

Shining-Honeycreeper-3 (by Corey Hayes)

creatures-alive:

Shining-Honeycreeper-3 (by Corey Hayes)

kimkardashingthroughtthesnow:

how ironic

theperksofbeinggod:

itslifesaidshe:

lesliebliss:

toxic-ponies:

spookyandthethief:

my friend told me to watch this cooking video while listening to sad music. so i mixed a little something for you all

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST FUCKING THING IVE SEEN ON THIS STUPID WEBSITE

This is literally me cooking dinner for myself, every night. Sad music, cheap dip and all.

This guy has always been my favorite.

You guys don’t understand how sad this video makes me.

(Source: sexyandthethief, via itspoonanjibitch)

du4ne:

me liking your selfie could either mean “that’s a nice picture friend” or “i want to bend you over a table” but you’ll never know

(via cla55icalmu5icl0ver)

humansofnewyork:

"Do you remember the saddest moment of your life?""Probably sitting at the kitchen table with my dad, an hour after my mother died, realizing we had to figure out what we were going to do for lunch."

humansofnewyork:

"Do you remember the saddest moment of your life?"
"Probably sitting at the kitchen table with my dad, an hour after my mother died, realizing we had to figure out what we were going to do for lunch."

girlmeetsbanjo:

record store day is every day

girlmeetsbanjo:

record store day is every day

(via stellabystarlite)

blantonmuseum:

Alexandre-Louis Leloir
Moroccan Girl Playing a Stringed Instrument, 1875
Watercolor, gouache and graphite on ivory wove paper
Gift of the Wunsch Foundation, Inc., 1983

blantonmuseum:

Alexandre-Louis Leloir

Moroccan Girl Playing a Stringed Instrument, 1875

Watercolor, gouache and graphite on ivory wove paper

Gift of the Wunsch Foundation, Inc., 1983



blantonmuseum:

Richard Joseph Anuszkiewicz
Plus Reversed
1960
Oil on canvas
189/6 cm x 148 cm (74 5/8 in. x 58 ¼ in.)
Gift of Mari and James A. Michener, 1991

Plus Reversed is a key example of what has been called Optical art or Op art in the United States—a painting whose color and pattern conjunctions cause involuntary perceptual effects in its viewer. Here the artist paired the complementary colors of red and green in repetitive patterns of plus-shaped signs, reminiscent of the voltage symbols on a battery. The juxtaposition of colors intensifies their vividness and induces a flickering retinal effect. The patterning creates a further reverberation of its own by changing colors as it expands outward, suggesting movement.
http://collection.blantonmuseum.org/Obj14578?sid=1742&x=49960&port=131

blantonmuseum:

Richard Joseph Anuszkiewicz

Plus Reversed

1960

Oil on canvas

189/6 cm x 148 cm (74 5/8 in. x 58 ¼ in.)

Gift of Mari and James A. Michener, 1991


Plus Reversed is a key example of what has been called Optical art or Op art in the United States—a painting whose color and pattern conjunctions cause involuntary perceptual effects in its viewer. Here the artist paired the complementary colors of red and green in repetitive patterns of plus-shaped signs, reminiscent of the voltage symbols on a battery. The juxtaposition of colors intensifies their vividness and induces a flickering retinal effect. The patterning creates a further reverberation of its own by changing colors as it expands outward, suggesting movement.

http://collection.blantonmuseum.org/Obj14578?sid=1742&x=49960&port=131

bhsutton:

Kazuya Sakai’s funky “Girls of Kilimanjaro III (Miles Davis)” (1976) at the Blanton Museum of Art.

bhsutton:

Kazuya Sakai’s funky “Girls of Kilimanjaro III (Miles Davis)” (1976) at the Blanton Museum of Art.

capturefeeling:

Pennies

capturefeeling:

Pennies