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18/bay area

fuccboi scum

Respice finem (1967) - Jan Spata

Ofelya Original Design Twilight / Real Leather Drape Cut Shirt
"The one thing I know for sure about China, is that I will never know China. It’s too big, too old, too diverse, too deep. There’s simply not enough time. That’s for me the joy of China. Facing a learning curve that impossibly steep. The certain knowledge that even if I dedicated my life to learning about China, I’d die mostly ignorant."
— Anthony Bourdain, in tonight’s CNN Parts Unknown episode about Shanghai (which imo is probably the best non-fiction TV being produced in the USA these days, his two Emmy’s and consistent quality putting the rest of those CNN bobbleheads to utter shame). Just about all Chinese people understand this overwhelming reality about the mind-boggling vastness of China, but few non-Chinese do, especially the self-proclaimed experts, Sinologists, and lovers of Asian culture. The first step in demonstrating a grasp of China: demonstrating a grasp that China is ungraspable.  (via zuky)

This show is honestly required TV. It bypasses so many of travel journalism’s pitfalls, especially about the place of the voyager as a documentarian. It’s really smart.

(via reichsstadt)

(via holographing)


30914; ro/dd/silent/ro/guidi/ch/cd

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! ! !!shui!!!

Another response to postmodernist art theory: I’ve also been reading a lot about anarchism lately, and so I took the anarchist ‘slogan’ “NO GODS, NO MASTERS” and changed it to fit with the idea that, after postmodernism, the artist-as-creative-genius trope was totally abolished. 

Logged tf in f/w ‘15 collection
"Respect your uniqueness and drop comparison. Relax into your being."



(Source: lazyyogi, via 5ft1)


Pilot by redphantom


White people praising Humans of New York for ‘humanizing’ the people of the Middle East… what the fuck did you think they were before? Terrorists? Savages? Extremists? Subhumans? It needed to take a white guy with a camera for you all to realize that our people are humans with lives that your fucking government destroyed.

(via sirui)


New eyewear selections from Robert Geller, Thom Browne and Oliver Peoples


Glitch PokéZine up for pre-order! Ships late October!
Featuring 68 illustrations of 68 Glitch-type Pokémon by 68 awesome artists. 68 everything!

I have a thing in this, you can see it for a fraction of a second in that gif.