i like how you dress, which stores do you shop at girl
by Anonymous

lots of second hand and trade shops, my apartment is on the same block as buffalo exchange, crossroads, and red light.

If I’m going to ignore my budget, I’ll shop at needsupply, american apparel, sometimes pixiemarket.

my favorite IRL store in portland is “palace” which I highly recommend if you’re in the area. their tag line is “curating the coveted wardrobe” - has both second hand and new, in so many beautiful hues.

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most personal artistic experience?
by Anonymous

are artistic experiences normally not personal? I suppose it’s true that in the majority of my work I shy away from being overly confessional because I think that kind of work can to an extent bring in notes of spectacle and narcissism (then again what artwork is neither spectacle nor narcissistic).

the most personal work I have made would probably be the ‘no monument’ series that used iPhone imagery of texts detailing the circumstances of my mother’s death via twenty years of alcoholism. this work showed at ‘muscle beach’ gallery alongside artist em young. after the show opening I felt so much defeat (as many viewers did not understand the context or implications of the work) that I drank too much, and on my way home collapsed on the sidewalk in a fit of tears, screaming. em helped me up. thanks em, meant a lot.

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LOL JK WAS NEVER REGISTERED FOR AUGUST 21ST EXAM (???)

APPARENTLY I WAS REGISTERED FOR AUGUST 7TH EXAM

THAT I DID NOT SHOW UP TO



I GUESS I’LL SEE YOU ON SEPTEMBER 6TH MCAT

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oarv:

Gravity Prevents the Atmosphere from Drifting into Outer SpaceMariele Neudecker, 2001

oarv:

Gravity Prevents the Atmosphere from Drifting into Outer Space
Mariele Neudecker, 2001

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blastedheath:

Albert Trachsel (Swiss, 1863-1929), L’Île des arbres en fleurs (Paysage de rêve) [Isle of flowering trees (Dream landscape)], c.1912-13. Oil on canvas, 105 x 130 cm. Kunstmuseum, Solothurn.

blastedheath:

Albert Trachsel (Swiss, 1863-1929), L’Île des arbres en fleurs (Paysage de rêve) [Isle of flowering trees (Dream landscape)], c.1912-13. Oil on canvas, 105 x 130 cm. Kunstmuseum, Solothurn.

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Hey Rachel, did you move to California already? If so, how do you like it?
by davidfloodsterwallace

hi david~ I will probably run into you this weekend, so no, not yet! I move to san francisco on september 15th. I like portland more.

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how to get to become famous artost?
by Anonymous

artost is a hybrid form of cabbage. first I suggest reincarnation to become new life form, repeat until cabbage. second, to become a famous produce you will probably have to be larger than normal or an unexpected color, being able to accomplish both is highly desirable. the fame you have will not be celebrity-style fame, more like roadstop-attraction fame. so third, be prepared for disappointment.

tl;dr - learn to spell and/or stop being a troll and/or be the world’s biggest troll (therefore emulating Damien Hirst)

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" On Sundays Kafka goes for walks by himself, without any objective, without thinking. He says, ‘Every day I wish myself off the earth. There is nothing wrong with me except myself.’ "
from a note by Max Brod, early 1911 (via niet-zsche)

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workman:

Louise Bourgeois, Pregnant Women, 2009

workman:

Louise Bourgeois, Pregnant Women, 2009

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