A 4.6-metre-wide red ball tours Paris’s sights as part of an art project which sees the ball set up in key locations across the world. New York-based installation artist Kurt Perschke says he wants the ball to visit tourist attractions and also locations only a Parisian would know
je trouve ça nul - not very imaginative…
Donald Glover talking about the comments he received during his campaign to be the next Spider-Man (x)“I was talking about it with Dan Eckman, who directed my Bonfire video. Can you imagine that trailer? That would be dope. Like it makes sense… a poor black kid in Queens. Like it just fits.”
He woulda been a great fuckin’ Spider-Man.
He’s much hotter than any past Spider-Man!
Untitled #132, 2005
From the series Until the Kingdom Comes
60″ × 60″ (152.4 × 152.4 cm)
EYESCAPE BY RANKIN
London-based photographer John Rankin (tumblr) - “Synonymous with compelling portraiture, Rankin’s lens captures, creates and unveils icons. Rankin made his name in publishing, founding the seminal monthly magazine Dazed & Confused with Jefferson Hack in 1992. It provided a platform for innovation for emerging stylists, designers, photographers and writers. The magazine went on to forge a distinctive mark in the arts and publishing spheres, and developed a cult status forming and moulding trends, and bringing some of the brightest lights in fashion to the foreground.”
FATHERS & SONS — “I don’t want my next generation to still have to fight the same things as I did. And I did it because my father’s generation didn’t do a good job.”
Here are some of the 23 Most Creative Marriage Equality Facebook Pictures
Last week, as the Supreme Court heard arguments about whether it should legalize gay marriage, the Human Rights Campaignreleased a new version of its classic logo. While it’s normally a yellow equals sign on a blue background, this new logo was a white on red. The HRC encouraged people to change their Facebook avatars to their logo to show their support for the cause.
This being the Internet, however, people weren’t content to merely use the HRC’s logo in its original form. Quickly, new versions began popping up. Some were merely more artfully drawn equals symbols, but many more were humorous takes on the gay marriage debate, from popular maybe gay couples (Bert and Ernie, C3P0 and R2D2) to Internet memes (Grumpy Cat) to historic bits of cultural literacy that just happen to look like an equals sign (Mark Rothko). We’ve collected a gallery of some of our favorites above.
LARRY CARLSON, The Girl Who Fell Through Time, collage on paper, 24x16in., 2013.
The Sky Grizzly. Badger Two Medicine area, Blackfeet Reservation, 400 Blackfeet from age 3 to 80 gather in the shape of a grizzly bear to declare the sacredness of their land & send a message to the government that they do not want this land to be harmed in any manner