Episode-3 (biting her tongue)
Acetylcholine neurons fire high voltage impulses into the
forebrain. The impulses become pictures, the pictures
become your dream.
Episode-3 (biting her tongue)
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flowerbombed:

david shrigley
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autopsi-art:

No game, no pain de WD street art (Malta)
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"It has been said, ‘time heals all wounds.’ I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone."
Rose Kennedy (via ohkhaleesimykhaleesi)
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Album Art
43,801 plays Source
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contemporary-art-blog:

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. Vortex ‘Love Song” (detail) 2012
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weissesrauschen:

http://www.toriljohannessen.no
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eightiesart:

JAMES HAVARD
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jimmiejames:

"the trouble with D", Jimmie James, 2014, 10" x 10" acrylic paint w/ pencil on canvas
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Why It’s Physically Impossible to Look Like Barbie by Jeff Smith 

"In the 1960s, toymaker Mattel released "Slumber Party Barbie," along with combs, hair rollers, and a sleeping bag. This Barbie set included a bathroom scale permanently stuck at 110 pounds, and a small book titled "How To Lose Weight." 

The only words written in the book were the all-capital exhortation, "DON’T EAT!" 

The impact of these dolls on the self-image and eating habits of girls is very real, and very measurable. In a psychological study, girls from age five to eight were shown images of either a Barbie doll, or a more realistic “size 16” doll. Those who saw the Barbie dolls had less self-esteem and worse body image, and had a stronger desire to be thin.”

http://magazine.good.is/infographics/infographic-why-it-s-physically-impossible-to-look-like-barbie
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mfjr:

by Joel Zimmer
Album Art
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ryandonato:

Beata Chrzanowska, None. 2012