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“I was born very far from where I’m supposed to be so I’m on my way home.”

—   Bob Dylan (via heyfranhey)

(Fuente: purplebuddhaproject, vía bongolenny)

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Stop motion of ocean creatures made from man-made objects. (via)

The Deep by PES

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Criaturas impredecibles, pero mortales

(vía andyouandeye)

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Alfred Jensen - Das Bild der Sonne: The Square’s Duality, Progression and Growthoil on canvas - 1966

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Alfred Jensen - Das Bild der Sonne: The Square’s Duality, Progression and Growth
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l on canvas - 1966

Edward Hoopper “El palacio” (Saltillo, México)

“I [Searle] once asked him [J.L. Austin] “How soon can we hope that your William James lectures will be published?” thus giving him an opening I should never have done. He responded immediately, “You can hope it will be published any time you like.””

—   John R. Searle

El nada nuevo miedo a lo nuevo

El miedo a lo nuevo, sobre todo en el caso de las innovaciones tecnológicas, no tiene nada de nuevo.

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This is amazing: Composer Johnnyrandom creates an entire track solely out of sounds made by a bicycle. Also available as an inverted MtB remix.

Complement with other experimental music sampling from unusual objects.

(via The Dish)

El sonido de la libertad, el sonido de la bicicleta

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“…it is the music and the lyrics that trigger the emotions within us, rather than the other way around. We don’t make music—it makes us.”

—   David Byrne How Music Works
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In honor of #readwomen2014 – an effort to equalize the gender imbalance in our collective reading habits – here are 14 fantastic, timeless reads by women:
Joan Didion on self-respect
Susan Sontag on photography as aesthetic consumerism and a form of modern violence
Virginia Woolf on the creative benefits of keeping a diary
Annie Dillard on presence over productivity
Helen Keller on optimism
Alexandra Horowitz on the blinders of attention
Anaïs Nin on why emotional excess is essential to creativity
Hannah Arendt on how bureaucracy fuels violence
Jennifer Finney Boylan on what it’s like to be a transgender parent
Anissa Ramirez on saving science education
Jeanette Winterson on adoption and how we use storytelling to save ourselves
Dani Shapiro on the pleasures and perils of the creative life
Virginia Woolf on how to read a book
Susan Sontag on literature and freedom



Artwork above by Joanna Walsh

Para leer en este 2014

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In honor of #readwomen2014 – an effort to equalize the gender imbalance in our collective reading habits – here are 14 fantastic, timeless reads by women:

Artwork above by Joanna Walsh

Para leer en este 2014