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unadoptable:

On average, how many faces do you think you pass by on the street? 10? 30? 150? 1234?
likeafieldmouse:

Saul Leiter

brandedtofilm:

"I know I’m not good enough for you" 

Blue Valentine - A Film By Derek Cianfrance

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fohk:

I just don’t know what I’m supposed to be”

Lost in Translation (2003)
Sofia Coppola

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censorus:

Lucas DeShazer

Inglourious Basterds (2009) dir.Quentin Tarantino

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weandthecolor:

Paintings by Anna Conway

Anna Conway is a contemporary artist who works and lives in New York City.

You can find more of her oil paintings on WE AND THE COLOR.

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pullingmetowardsmyself:

Sander Meisner

theenergyissue:

Intolerable Beauty: Portraits of American Mass Consumption

For his series Intolerable Beauty, photographer Chris Jordan peered into shipping ports and industrial yards around America. Though these sites remain unseen by the majority of the population, they hold the stunningly massive remains of our collective consumption. Jordan’s findings include seemingly boundless troves of cell phones, e-waste, circuit boards, cell phone chargers, cars, spent bullet casings, cigarette butts, and steel shred. Jordan describes the immense scale of our detritus as simultaneously “desolate, macabre, oddly comical and ironic, and even darkly beautiful.” Like Edward Burtynsky’s photographs of our vast industrial landscapes, Jordan’s images portray a staggering complexity that verges on the sublime. The photographs reflect the loss of individual identity that results from actions that occur on such a large scale, but Jordan hopes his work can “serve as portals to a kind of cultural self-inquiry” and inspire people to reestablish a personal stake in issues of energy consumption.

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1930s handbag via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art