thenoguchimuseum:

Portrait of Frida Kahlo found in Isamu Noguchi’s archives, ca. 1930s.
In all likelihood, this photo was taken by Noguchi during the time he was working on his commission at the Mercado Abelardo Rodrigues in Mexico City in 1936.  The pair stayed in touch throughout the 1940s, when Frida made occasional visits to New York for treatments for her ongoing ailments. A framed collection of butterflies hangs above Frida’s bed in the Casa Azul in Mexico City, a gift from Noguchi.  
The Noguchi Museum Archive

thenoguchimuseum:

Portrait of Frida Kahlo found in Isamu Noguchi’s archives, ca. 1930s.

In all likelihood, this photo was taken by Noguchi during the time he was working on his commission at the Mercado Abelardo Rodrigues in Mexico City in 1936.  The pair stayed in touch throughout the 1940s, when Frida made occasional visits to New York for treatments for her ongoing ailments. A framed collection of butterflies hangs above Frida’s bed in the Casa Azul in Mexico City, a gift from Noguchi.  

The Noguchi Museum Archive

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Today. This. For all you #FreeForAll-ers.

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unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

Love.

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uglyfoxybaby:

jonsnowflakes:

Collegehumors’ new video is on point as always

DYING !!

Indeed.

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clawritesplays:

mugsofnpr:

Morning Edition editor Chinita Anderson has been a big Hello Kitty fan since her trip to Japan about 10 years ago. “Hello Kitty will forever be a cat in my eyes,” she says — despite Sanrio’s recent announcement to the contrary. (And Chinita’s not alone!)

Yep, that’s me after a long night of work & I really like Hello Kitty!

I can solve this. She’s not a cat. She’s not an elementary student in England. She’s a drawing imbued with whatever we the viewer bring to her.
You’re welcome.

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More fodder for meditation.

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hoeirl:

Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree created the Complements Project born from their desire to collaborate, exploring their complementary relationship through portrait photography.

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mildlybitter:

For those who’ve been into Annie Clark/St. Vincent and her stage show…apparently Annie-B Parson did the choreography for the show. If you’re in the UK, you need to check out Here Lies Love at the National Theatre.  Parson did the choreography there as well and I think it is critical to the show.

I saw her perform in DC. It was a great show and I was fascinated by the choreography. Love to know it was by the always fascinating Annie-B.

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colin-vian:

   Diego Rivera

colin-vian:

   Diego Rivera

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songssmiths:

Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Photo: Elvis Costello & The Attractions

songssmiths:

Elvis Costello & The Attractions

Photo: Elvis Costello & The Attractions

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Our root fantasy is that “I” am real and there’s a way to make “me” happy. The reason we meditate is to let that fantasy unravel. After a while, we notice that much of what we took to be real and permanent about ourselves isn’t so solid–it’s a string of thoughts we hold together with tremendous effort.
Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche (via clothedinsky)

Thinking a great deal about meditation recently - the interior world that feels uncontrollable that with practice becomes illusion.

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In my twenties I realized that the muse is a bum. The muse only shows up when you bait her by putting your ass in the chair. She can only be lured to your side by the sound of pounding keys, the smell of paper and ink.
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hey, @rorschachdc: this one’s for you. 
ohnojackchick:

you go girlfriend

hey, : this one’s for you. 

ohnojackchick:

you go girlfriend

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this makes me sad - because for so many, it’s true. 

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