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saythankyoumaster:

Choke on it.
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silly-luv:

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flawdaboy:

What movie is this?!
flawdaboy:

What movie is this?!
flawdaboy:

What movie is this?!
flawdaboy:

What movie is this?!
flawdaboy:

What movie is this?!
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xochitlmeansflower:

Mexican (1939) by David Alfaro Siqueiros
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art-centric:

Klein, Yves (1928-1962) - 1960 Anthropometry: Princess Helena (Museum of Modern Art, New York City) by
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piquantpaint:

The Birth of Venus.  Odilon Redon (1912).
Oil on canvas.  Museum of Modern Art.
(MoMA)
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qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
qvietriot:

New York based Artist, Marina Abramović performed “The Artist is Present,” a 736-hour and 30-minute static, silent piece, in which she sat immobile in the museum’s atrium while spectators were invited to take turns sitting opposite her.
On opening night in 2010 at the MoMA, her ex-lover Ulay made a surprise appearance. This is love.
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urlof:

From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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From Archist by Federico Babina © Federico Babina
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modernagecomics:

BATMAN ETERNAL #4 COVER
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I get ya’s both in the ring, I’ll give ya both a fuckin’ beatin’, ya both can fuck each other.
Raging Bull
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leonardodicrapio:

I’m often asked by younger filmmakers, why do I need to look at old movies; I’ve made a number of pictures in the past twenty years. And the response I find that I have to give them is that I still consider myself a student. The more pictures I’ve made in the past twenty years the more I realize I really don’t know. And I’m always looking for something to, something or someone that I could learn from. I tell them, I tell the younger filmmakers and the young students that I do it like painters used to do, or painters do: study the old masters, enrich your palette, expand your canvas. There’s always so much more to learn.

Martin Scorsese
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