5 months ago likeafieldmouse:

Daniel Turner - Burning Entire Body of Work (2006) - 35 Paintings & gasoline 

likeafieldmouse:

Daniel Turner - Burning Entire Body of Work (2006) - 35 Paintings & gasoline 

(via untitledprojectsfriendly)

7 months ago peakshowgrrl:


Kiss.

peakshowgrrl:

Kiss.

7 months ago stellas-world:

Neon Installation by Lori Hersberger

stellas-world:

Neon Installation by Lori Hersberger

(via neondesklamp)

8 months ago

(Source: undsasha, via neondesklamp)

8 months ago
8 months ago komposition:

「AMA-chan FOREVER」 2013

komposition:

「AMA-chan FOREVER」 2013

(Source: morimotoshohei, via whitetrashrash)

8 months ago spyras:

Toni Spyra | „Leisure” | 45cm x 15cm | 2013

spyras:

Toni Spyra | „Leisure” | 45cm x 15cm | 2013

(via ipocrisia)

8 months ago jenz:

Yes.

jenz:

Yes.

(via no-thanks)

9 months ago michaelswaney:

artist unknown, Justin Bieber fan art

michaelswaney:

artist unknown, Justin Bieber fan art

9 months ago continuities:

Is Suicide Genetic? by Sarah Lucas

Lucas is fascinated by the paradoxically co-existing drives towards both sex and death described by Sigmund Freud in his book Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920). Is Suicide Genetic? is one of several works with the same title. Part of Lucas’s impetus in making these works is a realisation of the mixture of self-destructiveness and pleasure that habits such as smoking involve… In Is Suicide Genetic? the words inside the toilet bowl hint at more immediate and even violent forms of self-destruction than the slow, suffocating burn-out effects of smoking. However the issue is the same. In our media-fed culture which idealises happiness and good health as the norm, Lucas’s question stands out as a sharp reminder of the struggle with darker needs and desires which lead to so much physical, as well as psychological, self-destruction.

continuities:

Is Suicide Genetic? by Sarah Lucas

Lucas is fascinated by the paradoxically co-existing drives towards both sex and death described by Sigmund Freud in his book Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920). Is Suicide Genetic? is one of several works with the same title. Part of Lucas’s impetus in making these works is a realisation of the mixture of self-destructiveness and pleasure that habits such as smoking involve… In Is Suicide Genetic? the words inside the toilet bowl hint at more immediate and even violent forms of self-destruction than the slow, suffocating burn-out effects of smoking. However the issue is the same. In our media-fed culture which idealises happiness and good health as the norm, Lucas’s question stands out as a sharp reminder of the struggle with darker needs and desires which lead to so much physical, as well as psychological, self-destruction.