An artist from Oakland, California collects trash and makes tiny mobile homes for the homeless.

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Public art that people can live in! More artists should do this. Turn thew city into an art museum.

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shmurdapunk:

god bless hannibal burress

this shit still has me reeling dude


blastedheath:

Peter Halley (American, b. 1953), Silver Prison, 1999. Acrylic, metallic acrylic and Roll-a-Tex on two attached canvases, 44 1/8 x 39 7/8 in.

Thursday can’t come fast enough. I waited close to two months now to get a new phone. No more iOS. Life’ll be grand :’)

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ceeberoni:

NEVER follow blogs that are NSFW (not stoked for wrestling)

Oh damn, I think of Montreal is this weekend!


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mymodernmet:

Korean artist Do Ho Suh’s colorfully transparent replication of his NYC apartment, on display at the Contemporary Austin until January 11, 2015, marks the end of his Home series.

One of my faves

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"Napoleon Solo" by At the Drive-In

Cut and paste
Were you sitting down
On the beaded impotence of New Orleans
A hint of suspense when that telephone rings
This is forever

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thickhoe:

the reeses puff rap commercial is better than iggys whole career

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