Thurston Moore - Grace Lake.
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Radiohead art <3 stanley donwood & Dr tchock
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Composition with Yellow, Blue, and Red ~ Piet Mondrian
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“When you see art being made that’s surrealist, the dada movement, things that don’t necessarily follow a linear story or conceptually make sense… I think that’s a nice way to approach art – to free yourself up to be abstract. As much as you can get something from watching Bridesmaids, the start-to-finish film with a story, you can also get a lot from movies that don’t necessarily make complete sense to your logical brain. They speak to different parts of your psyche and who you are, and activate different things that inspire you. I love that about watching Ingmar Bergman and Luis Buñuel films, because you can’t necessarily qualify it in any specific way. But for me, it spoke to me without having any necessary reason why. It wasn’t necessarily because it was beautiful or because I got the point. It was just that, for whatever reason, the symbolism and images evoke what is completely my own experience. I think that it’s really important to keep a bit of that confusion, surrealist, psychedelic unknowingness, because that’s so much of life. There’s so much in life that we can’t explain, but it doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be acknowledged.”
— Emily Kokal (via warpaintwarpaint)
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Flying Lotus - 1983.
(Source: adyingmetaphor, via faustarp)
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