The world of Sof

The world of Sof

want change, love art and think

Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song. At the touch of a lover, everyone becomes a poet.

—Plato

artmastered:

Léon Zack, Composition, 1968, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], Private Collection. Source

artmastered:

Léon Zack, Composition, 1968, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], Private Collection. Source

tierradentro:

“A Young Lady’s Adventure”, 1922, Paul Klee.

tierradentro:

A Young Lady’s Adventure”, 1922, Paul Klee.

artmastered:

Mona Hatoum, Grater Divide, 2002, steel, 203.8 x 304.8 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, currently on show at the Royal Academy, London. Source
The humble kitchen grater is enlarged and converted into a massive screen, or divider. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston states that the concept behind Grater Divide was born out of Hatoum’s experience as an exile from civil war-torn Lebanon. They say that these circumstances ’gave [Hatoum] a distinct perspective on what happens when the familiar changes or disappears.’

artmastered:

Mona Hatoum, Grater Divide, 2002, steel, 203.8 x 304.8 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, currently on show at the Royal Academy, London. Source

The humble kitchen grater is enlarged and converted into a massive screen, or divider. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston states that the concept behind Grater Divide was born out of Hatoum’s experience as an exile from civil war-torn Lebanon. They say that these circumstances ’gave [Hatoum] a distinct perspective on what happens when the familiar changes or disappears.’

tierradentro:

“Blue and Green Music”, 1921, Georgia O’Keeffe.

tierradentro:

Blue and Green Music”, 1921, Georgia O’Keeffe.

whateverisrealised:

Auguste Rodin (France, Nov 12, 1840 - Nov 17, 1917, France) - VIII. Drawing (Sun Series) Portfolio (Series) Camera Work Numbers XXXIV/XXXV, MDCCCCXI (c. 1911)

whateverisrealised:

Auguste Rodin (France, Nov 12, 1840 - Nov 17, 1917, France) - VIII. Drawing (Sun Series) Portfolio (Series) Camera Work Numbers XXXIV/XXXV, MDCCCCXI (c. 1911)

basedhylia:

how can anime characters easily bite themselves hard enough to break skin and make a cool blood splattering effect out of it i tried this once after watching naruto and screamed and cried

(Source: kilometersprower, via dirtpunx)

aazephyr:

Outside QVB building in #Sydney: “Chilout” has an art-based #refugee action on rescuing children in #detention #centres. They need your help in getting all 1,023 dolls out, so donate your time and raise awareness today or tomorrow (until 4pm each day).www.chilout.org #noborders #NoOneIsIllegal

aazephyr:

Outside QVB building in #Sydney: “Chilout” has an art-based #refugee action on rescuing children in #detention #centres. They need your help in getting all 1,023 dolls out, so donate your time and raise awareness today or tomorrow (until 4pm each day).
www.chilout.org #noborders #NoOneIsIllegal

(Source: slobbering, via ohlucybear)

anythingufo:

NBC Cameraman Catches UFO On Film, Interogated By FBI
A cameraman for the NBC news affiliate KSNW captures a rod type UFO in the skies of Kansas and claims to have been interrogated by the FBI for 10 hours.
"When I was in the edit Bay I just so happened to pause it on one of the 7 frames that it was in."
Read his exciting story and watch the video

anythingufo:

NBC Cameraman Catches UFO On Film, Interogated By FBI

A cameraman for the NBC news affiliate KSNW captures a rod type UFO in the skies of Kansas and claims to have been interrogated by the FBI for 10 hours.

"When I was in the edit Bay I just so happened to pause it on one of the 7 frames that it was in."

Read his exciting story and watch the video

(via mylittlerewolution)

If something is truly important, we must make the commitment and stay focused, and take the actions we need to take - even if it means going the extra mile.

—Karen Berg  (via kabbalah101)

(via mylittlerewolution)

chloefrancillon:

Pablo Picasso, Le Sculpteur 1931

chloefrancillon:

Pablo Picasso, Le Sculpteur 1931

(Source: dionyssos)