boundtothewater:

WHAT IS ALL YOUR VENOM EVEN DOING FOR YOU

septagonstudios:

Josh Courlas

septagonstudios:

Josh Courlas

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Don’t try to picture everything bad that could possibly happen. Stick with the situation at hand and ask, “Why is this so unbearable? Why can’t I endure it?” You’ll be embarrassed to answer. Then remind yourself that past and future have no power over you. Only the present.

The Meditations - Marcus Aurelius (via creatingaquietmind)

this is a stoic’s way of saying ‘ride the chill wave.’

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dirty mirrors, dirty mookie.

allchrome:

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nprfreshair:


"Starting in 1970 with Even Dwarfs Started Small – an anarchic tale of rebellion by a group of little people — Werner Herzog unleashed a torrent of ten films, including Nosferatu and Fitzcarraldo, that remain the heart of his achievement.


All those movies, and six later ones, are included in the tremendous new boxed-set, Herzog: The Collection.  Some of them are great, others are good, and a couple are truly terrible.  Yet every single one has something going on.  Herzog has never been limited by anybody else’s idea of propriety, good sense, or artistic neatness.  He pushes us into unsettling mental spaces that make the strange familiar and the familiar strange.”
- John Powers, reviewing Herzog: The Collection 


How the “I believe in Werner Herzog” grafiti started 

nprfreshair:

"Starting in 1970 with Even Dwarfs Started Small – an anarchic tale of rebellion by a group of little people — Werner Herzog unleashed a torrent of ten films, including Nosferatu and Fitzcarraldo, that remain the heart of his achievement.

All those movies, and six later ones, are included in the tremendous new boxed-set, Herzog: The Collection.  Some of them are great, others are good, and a couple are truly terrible.  Yet every single one has something going on.  Herzog has never been limited by anybody else’s idea of propriety, good sense, or artistic neatness.  He pushes us into unsettling mental spaces that make the strange familiar and the familiar strange.”

- John Powers, reviewing Herzog: The Collection 

How the “I believe in Werner Herzog” grafiti started 

me tonight.

me tonight.

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keanureevesinpointbreak
most of my anon messages consist of the ‘U R A fag go suck a dick’ variety, so in this instance i’ll gladly take the flattery! anon can get awfully inappropriate & inconsiderate, particularly for the laydees from what i gather, so i understand why you wouldn’t :(

keanureevesinpointbreak

most of my anon messages consist of the ‘U R A fag go suck a dick’ variety, so in this instance i’ll gladly take the flattery! anon can get awfully inappropriate & inconsiderate, particularly for the laydees from what i gather, so i understand why you wouldn’t :(

When did the future switch from being a promise to being a threat?
Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters (via riveralwaysknew)

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notyourdaddy:

50 ways to leave your body

Benjy Russell. 2008

This series was based on an experience I had with astral projection. It’s only happened to me one time (actually twice, but both times were in the same night). I had spent all day at these beautiful hot springs in the desert in southern California with my boyfriend at the time and several of his friends from out of state. It was a gorgeous remote location, and I remember the pools being very hot and seriously intoxicating.

When we got home that night I drifted off to sleep, and when I woke up I “looked” around me. I was floating in the middle of the room and there was this white marshmallow-y ring floating/encircling me horizontally. The substance looked exactly like the ectoplasm in photos from the turn of the century spiritualist photography. Somehow I started to rise up towards the ceiling (I wasn’t in control of any of it), then I effortlessly went through the ceiling. As I passed through the ceiling I could see all of the layers of the roof (metal, wood, and tar); then I busted through the roof and I could see all of the pipes coming out of the rooftop and downtown Los Angeles in the distance. Just as I was taking it all in I snapped back into my body and laid there for about 20 minutes paralyzed, yet conscious.


When I got back to sleep it happened again, only I didn’t get through the ceiling before it snapped me back into my body.


About a month later I made this series, 50 ways to leave your body for MEAN Magazine. The series of photos were made using silhouette cutouts, filters, long exposures, christmas lights, transparencies, and projections. All of the effects were done in camera without using photoshop.

Here’s a link to how the shots were setup

And here are a couple of other alternate shots  that didn’t get used