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June 27 2017

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rubyetc:

I feel increasingly embarrassed and stupid using the Internet. The world is big right now

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booksfromthefuture:
Journal of Aesthetics and Protest – Tectonic… http://ift.tt/2rjEKIE

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Of Men and Cats, Sam Kalda

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Maybe this time

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wetheurban:

One Sun, One Shadow by Shane Lavalette

Five years ago, photographer Shane Lavalette was commissioned by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta to produce brand new photographs of the south, through his eyes, for their 2012 exhibition: Picturing the South.

Many of its images became part of Lavalette’s larger project-turned-monograph, One Sun, One Shadow, released in 2016. Highlighting the south’s elegant stillness and beauty, the book reflects a deep seeing and visual meditation into the essence of this region. 

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