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Often, it is a single image that comes to represent big complicated events. The children fleeing napalm in Vietnam, an incinerated soldier along a “highway of death” during the gulf war, or the hooded prisoner standing on a box in Abu Ghraib. Barbie Zelizer, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication, says social media has not fundamentally altered the vocabulary of war. “It is a difference of degree, not of kind,” she said. “There are more pictures more frequently from more people, but they still serve the same purpose, which is to give us a glimpse, a window, into conflict.”

nattrozanska:

A found text/blackout/collage work in progress. This is going to be my first piece of three in a World Travel Book of numerous artists work, and I’m very excited about this entire project, so I thought I’d give you a sneak peak.

nattrozanska:

A found text/blackout/collage work in progress. This is going to be my first piece of three in a World Travel Book of numerous artists work, and I’m very excited about this entire project, so I thought I’d give you a sneak peak.

(Source: nattrozanska)

nattrozanska:

A found text/blackout/collage work in progress. This is going to be my first piece of three in a World Travel Book of numerous artists work, and I’m very excited about this entire project, so I thought I’d give you a sneak peak.

nattrozanska:

A found text/blackout/collage work in progress. This is going to be my first piece of three in a World Travel Book of numerous artists work, and I’m very excited about this entire project, so I thought I’d give you a sneak peak.

(Source: nattrozanska)

Poésie souterraine:

Qu’ose la lie?

Bleu pétrole.

Néon.

starz-and-hopex:

Métro | Société de transport de MontréalCity of Montreal

Le mouvement, toujours le mouvement.

starz-and-hopex:

Métro | Société de transport de Montréal
City of Montreal

Le mouvement, toujours le mouvement.

A post­-internet object is an object that looks good on a webpage, in your Facebook news feed or photo album, on Tumblr or Instagram — somewhere you can access with an internet connection and possibly, a screen, or something that lets you view information as something meant to be visually appealing, says Brian Droitcour. A post-­internet object doesn’t trigger space. Post­-internet artists do not consider art. Post­-internet artists do not consider objects. Post-­internet artists are not really artists. It’s about something else, something larger than life. I see your true colors shining through. I see your true colors and that’s why I love you. Cindy Lauper is post­-internet.

Je veux être heureux comme ça dans mon wagon de la ligne orange. Je veux qu’on transforme ma vie.

Je veux être heureux comme ça dans mon wagon de la ligne orange. Je veux qu’on transforme ma vie.