“I have come more and more to the belief that we owe our arts a thousand times what we are paying them. We support our cigarette factories, soap manufacturers, beauticians, all the luxury and pleasure businesses of our over-indulged civilization, but we pay our painters an average wage… and yet when the future digs us from the past they won’t care how we smell, what we smoke, or if we bathed. All they’ll know of us will be our architecture, our paintings, sculpture, poems, laws, philosophy, drama, our pottery and fabrics, the things which our hands made and our minds thought up - oh, the machines they’ll dig up too, but perhaps they’ll point to them as our destruction, the wheels that drove us down to death.” ― Vincent Price
Mihra-Soleil Ross, Ryan Thom, Oliver Leon and Betty LaBelle!
Marker Drawings of the sweet and amazing folks who were involved with January’s episode of Tranzister Radio ( a radio show created by and for Trans*People )
Whoa, so flattering to be in the same series of drawings as these babes! Squee!
therapy cat one dollar
Trying rhymes with dying by hey, there you are
Since 1997 Brazilian artist Andre Muniz Gonzaga has been turning haphazard, porous, or cracked surfaces into bizarre, misshapen faces in his unique style of street art portraiture. His site-specific paintings have appeared around the world this year in places like Senegal, Portugal, Berlin, Amsterdam and of course his native Brazil.