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pelvis & pretzel

I am but a wayward child; seeking, seeking, hiding away; I am known, but I do not know; I am beloved, but love I refute.

Maqbol Fida Husain (India, 1915-2011), Untitled (Horses), 1978. Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 in.

Maqbol Fida Husain (India, 1915-2011), Untitled (Horses), 1978. Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 in.

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2NE1

2NE1

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tournee en pointe

tournee en pointe

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nprfreshair:

Beautiful contrast of hard and soft, light and dark, open and closed in Indonesia.

nprfreshair:

Beautiful contrast of hard and soft, light and dark, open and closed in Indonesia.

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brain-food:

San Francisco based Areum Jeong has teamed up with Yeongkeun Jeong to develop their innovative Reel elastic bike frame storage system, allowing for complete customization for riders. The system uses sticky rubber dividers, creating different wrapped patterns for any situation. This is perfect for transporting things like groceries, gym equipment, and any other essentials you can think of. Seeing that the system is customizable, you can implement Reel on literally any bike frame.

beautifultype:

Astrolabio: Fabulous Project from Victoria and Vitalina Lopukhiny. In these shots you can really see how detailed is that illustration with great use of typography.

Gorgeous!

Gorgeous!

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Yes, I have personally had this reaction to something many, many times. Now, there is a gif for it. Watch out, internet friends.

Yes, I have personally had this reaction to something many, many times. Now, there is a gif for it. Watch out, internet friends.

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Up and Moving

Chattanooga to Nashville. The first move of my adult life. No, I did not graduate college. No, I am not here for a job. I need to sort out my trajectory. I’m giving myself a fresh shot at that by getting rid of my very familiar surroundings.

Thankfully, I have a wonderful community base here who are avidly supporting me as I zero in on a tangible direction for myself.

For the summer, I will be in New York with my mother, with whom I have spent no longer than a handful-of-meals-worth of time in the past four years. I am very excited!

While there, I plan on working as much as possible, continuing to break back into regular writing and drawing, and checking out Cooper Union, a demanding arts school in NYC.

I am taking advantage of the fact that I am young, single, childless, and independent. I intend to use that while those things are still true.

GANBARIMASU! FIGHTING! IMMA GONNA WIN!

TOP TEN (in no particular order)

Come With Us - The Chemical Brothers

Brothers - The Black Keys

The 20/20 Experience - Justin Timberlake

Crane Wife - The Decemberists

Halcyon - Ellie Goulding

American III: Solitary Man - Johnny Cash

Santigold - Santigold

Discovery - Daft Punk

Post - bjork

'Come, O Spirit!': Anthology of Hymns - Bifrost Arts

One Crash At A Time

In the midst of the many things that continue to crash down around me, I remember that time is linear and that we all travel at the same rate toward “the future.” Last spring, I was told by a thirty-something questing musician that the world looks brighter to her, knowing that my future is part of “the future.” The following day I was told that I am very brave, a warrior. I’m trying to live a healthy, balanced life. One where I am myself and happy. I just want to be. Discovering what that is, what that means, what that feels like, is a constant state of frenzy. Constant crashing.

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