"Incompletos y a medias" no es más que un espacio para la publicación de nada, es decir, de cualquier cosa por lo general incompleta y que denota gran falta de conocimiento en el uso de signos de puntuación. No sé escribir, ni sé ortografía, es un privilegio de una educación de primera clase.

Aquí cabe de todo como en la "nada". "Nada" es una palabra mágica, ella puede resumir en si misma frases enteras, un ejemplo de esto es que después de haber dicho mil palabras, si la persona a la que se las dijiste pregunta ¿qué?, tu respuesta se puede comprimir a un simple "nada"(obviamente dicho con rabia), es súper útil. Su contraindicación es que puede hacer de una conversación una cosa monótona (Nota: nos comprometemos a evitar utilizarla).

¡Qué viva el Roblog!

Bueno, ¡suficiente!




Wait what the hell is that room way in the back on the ground floor?

Did I miss something in the last 25 years?

Good fucking god Frank Grimes was right they live in a ten room palace how did it just not occur to me it was that huge I don’t think I’ve ever even set foot in a house with that many rooms plus a basement

Sims inspiration

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Esto tiene que ser reblogueado infinitas veces

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The Abyss Table by Duffy London

This mesmerising table was first conceived by Christopher Duffy — and ultimately refined by the team at Duffy London — to represent a 3D geological map of an ocean floor. The Abyss Table makes use of contour lines, which are often used to denote topography in terrain maps, to render an island chain and ocean abyss.

Contour lines can be thought of as workaround for the 2D limitations of paper maps, but Duffy instead relished these simplifications which have become iconic imagery for the field of cartography. He incorporates layers of wood to represent the land, and panes of glass for the water, in order to produce a 3 dimensional geographical model.

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SPOTLIGHT: Portraits by Christina Hoch

Gorgeous. Cristina Hoch is a young photographer from the south of Spain. Her portraits have a powerful, edgy quality.

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SPOTLIGHT: Flora Borsi Blurs the Lines Between Reality and Art

"In this series called "IRÉEL" I mixed photographic elements with painting techniques. A hyperrealist painter aims to achieve a result which looks like a real photographic picture."

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a esto tengo que darle reblog…

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ART: Mixed Media Collages by Anya Lsk

Mysterious Russian artist Anya Lsk’s collages beautifully connect the nude male form along with various landscapes with similar according images. 

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Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

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PHOTOGRAPHY: Theo Gosselin’s Cross-Country Road Trip 

Dreamcatchers, cowboy hats, flannel shirts and nostalgia are all present in Theo Gosselin’s vagabondish journey through forgotten and mystical America. In 2012, this young photographer took a road trip from Harlem to Venice beach and truly captured the essence of free spirits running wild.

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SPOTLIGHT: Stunning Geometric Tape Floor Installations by Jim Lambie

With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.

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SPOTLIGHT: Psychedelic Photography by Maciek Jasik

Brooklyn-based photographer Maciek Jasik is a true creative gem. In one of many ongoing surreal photo series, Jasik obscures his nude models’ figures with a mysterious, saturated haze, transforming his portraits into evocative moodscapes that don’t claim to know their subjects.

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 Michel Foucault as turtleneck model.

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"I saw someone do it one day, and I really liked it. I wanted it in the film. I thought it would be funny so I just put it in. I didn’t know where I was going to put it, and then we were doing the take where she’s really sick and it’s something that’s just kind of like, "What do you want when you’re sick? I don’t want anyone to talk to me. The thought of someone speaking is just…" So yeah, I just thought I’d throw it in and the director really liked it so we kept it." - Emily Blunt on improvising in The Devil Wears Prada

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