Where you feel it
bringing this back because important
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Luigi Serafini, Codex Seraphinianus [Franco Maria Ricci], 1981.
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the origin of life by yong
EXPOSE 6: The Finest Digital Art in the Known Universe
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Jan Mankes, Woudsterweg bij Oranjewoud, 1912
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I found a portal to another world in square Rapp today :) #Paris
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ink, watercolor, graphite, and digital
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The Hate continued exactly as before, except that the target had been changed.
George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four (via payced)
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Holy crap this is cool!
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A1one - Tehran, Iran
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Carolina Rodriguez Fuenmayor, mi nombre, disappear, 2013
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Kara Walker, Fixin’, Pitted, Fished, Pitied, 1995
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art:
Silhouettes - those traditionally small and genteel forms of nineteenth-century portraiture - are (sometimes literally) turned on their heads in Kara Walker’s work. Since the 1990s she has been making large-scale silhouettes out of cut-black paper as well as prints that are either framed or applied directly to white walls at times around entire rooms. Boldly graphic in their black-on-white design and beautifully crafted with intricate cutouts, these elegant works nevertheless address difficult and heinous subjects in American history related to racial stereotyping, slavery, and the subjugation of women.
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That’s easy for you to say, D. B. Horowitz
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Fog Attact | Anan Charoenkal
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Leopoldo Lopez Serves US Interests in Venezuela
Caracas, Feb 18 (Prensa Latina) - Opposition leader Leopoldo López, with a record in coup attempts since 1999, emerges today as faithful representative of the right wing serving US interests.
Lopez, who is currently national coordinator of the opposition organization Voluntad Popular (People’s Will), presents himself as leader of a group that promotes “a message of conciliation, peace, well being and progress, committed to the construction of an alternative of country where all the rights are for all Venezuelans.”
Lopez, whose behaviour in practice is far from the arguments he promotes, was held responsible for violent actions unleashed by fascist groups in the past few days and was put under arrest today.
The ex mayor of Chacao municipality studies in the Kennedy School of Government, of the Harvard University, a place of special interest to the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Previously, he was in Kenyon College, in Ohio, where the CIA controls professors whose task is identifying students that can be useful to US purposes.
Back in Venezuela he was linked to the International Republican Institute (IRI) of the Republican Party, which would give him full strategic and financial support.
Since 2002 he traveled frequently to the Washington-based headquarters of IRI and also met with government officials of the George W. Bush Administration.
On April 11, 2002 he led the opposition pro-coup march to the Miraflores Palace, which caused the death of dozens of people and later the kidnapping of then President Hugo Chavez.
After his functions as Mayor of Chacao, he was politically disqualified for embezzlement.
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