Sweet mother of Jesus let this song never end.
Cheesus fuck that was amazing
WHAT A PLEASANT SURPRISE OH MY GOD
This is the best thing ever. Just hit play. You need to.
I will never escape this song in my lifetime. Oh my God…that was amazing.
At 3 seconds I almost pressed stop.
Then I heard the lyrics. Oh god the lyrics.
omg this is perfect
THIS IS SO MUCH BETTER THAN I EXPECTED
I CANNOT BE THE ONLY ONE WHO IS SCREAMING SO FUCKING LOUD RIGHT NOW.
I was like “ok this is kinda cool but why are people so excited-OHMYGODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
OOC: FOREVER REBLOG.
my older brother walked in and he’s like “why the fuck are you singing mulan”
Xavier Delory - Urban Forms
A study to show how European cities have undergone a drastic change. The paper-thin skyscrapers are a symbol of vanity and fragility and are meant to be a critique on modern architecture. The idea to create this unrealistic architecture came about as Delory read books on architecture, philosophy and art. He then constructed each building in Photoshop, often using 10 different photos to create just one.
“The 9000 series is the most reliable computer ever made. No 9000 computer has ever made a mistake or distorted information. We are all, by any practical definition of the words, foolproof and incapable of error.”
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London based artist Everton Wright works in all types of media from design, sculpture, and drawing, to film and public installations. Over the course of eight years, Wright has developed this project, Walking Drawings, as a series of live, interactive, large-scale drawings that take place in public spaces.
Covering at least one quarter of a mile, he creates patterned line drawings in the sand, using a combination of freehand and mechanical tools. Once the drawing is in place, Wright invites people of all ages, genders, and cultures to come and freely walk along the detailed design that he created. By inviting the public to interact with the still images on the sand, Wright brings life to an otherwise static drawing. Wright says, “Walking Drawings combines the elements—sand, sea, air—to create a new way of making, seeing and experiencing drawing, swapping traditional media such as paint, charcoal and paper with landscapes, digital video pixels and people.” If you are interested in this interactive artwork, you can see a video of the live interactions here.
Police in Spain take off their riot helmets and refuse to fight with protesters.