Photographs on the Brain #24

“The problem is, after a week of intense googling, we’ve started to burn out on knowing the answer to everything. God must feel that way all the time. I think people in the year 2020 are going to be nostalgic for the sensation of feeling clueless.” — Douglas Coupland, JPod

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by Jen Stark (via BOOOOOOM!)

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by Kevin Young

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by Aleksandra Arkhipova


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by Matthew Genitempo

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by Marie Ek

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by TheWhïteElephänt

“One of the emotions that has driven its boom is the narcissistic belief of the rich in the greatness of the age in which they are living. They thought they were buying masterpieces. But like the Dutch merchants and their tulips, the obsession of the new rich with contemporary art is likely to be remembered as the epitome of the vanity and folly of the age. The bulbs are still in the ground but the spades are poised.” – A second tulip mania

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found by Running in Suffolk

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found by Sacheverelle

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by oona vanderkoelen

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by wai lin tse

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kwya0lxtOAs&eurl=http://lapuravidagallery.tumblr.com/page/7&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

  • erik neufurth

    cool. i´ve seen some of the pics before, but in the edit they grow. the sum is more than a plain addition of the elements, and even the elements win. only the vid – although it´s nice, seems unfitting.