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Heaven, gotta learn japanese. Really.

Heaven, gotta learn japanese. Really.

astromanta:

Hetamoé
giorkonducta:

Jean Jullien @ Pictoplasma

giorkonducta:

Jean Jullien @ Pictoplasma

spooky-ichi:

these are more than I’ve ever wanted

birthday present list

matrixbotanica:

 

hetamoe:

Ontem inaugurou a MOSTRA’14, na qual participo sob o meu alias ”Ana Matilde Sousa” XD É uma exposição com 52 artistas portugueses (apresentando lado a lado emergentes e consagrados), no 2º piso do edifício da Central Station em Lisboa (ao lado do Mercado da Ribeira, no Cais do Sodré). As últimas duas fotos são da cakemaster Ângela Pereira (não deixem de visitar o tumblr ou facebook dela) e o seu incrível bolo-Cristo, que estava tão delcioso como perturbador. A Mostra fica até 17 de Julho, e nesse dia estarei está lá a patrulhar o espaço. Venham dizer olá!
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MOSTRA’14 opened yesterday at the Central Station building in Cais do Sodré, Lisbon. The show features 52 Portuguese artists, both established and emerging, including me (under my alias “Ana Matilde Sousa” XD)! The two last photos are from the cakemaster Ângela Pereira and her amazing Christ-cake, which was both delicious and disturbing (don’t miss her tumblr and facebook). The show is up until 17th July, and on that day I will be there patrolling the space. If you happen to be in Lisbon, come say hello! 
thenewsstandnyc:

Sad Sexby Heather Benjamin

thenewsstandnyc:

Sad Sex
by Heather Benjamin

oh-yes-melbourne:

THE STICKY INSTITUTE

The Sticky Institute is all about zine culture. Think Richard Neville and Martin Sharp, think counterculture, think 1960’s underground press. And indeed, a small shop aptly located in the Melbourne underground - Campbell Arcade - Sticky’s will transport you back into an era of badge-making, typewriters, and print with attitude. Spend a couple of hours of your Saturday perusing the shelves which are stocked with independent zine titles. 

Sticky is shop 10 in Campbell Arcade, Degraves Subway. It’s the old retail arcade under Flinders St station. You can access it from the subway stairs on Flinders Street near Degraves Street.

Images by oh.yes.melbourne