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Stealing Focus

My mind wanders and my body follows.

eatsleepdraw:

Q Train by Nigel Van Wieck.
Posters  at 
http://nigelvanwieck9.blogspot.com/

eatsleepdraw:

Q Train by Nigel Van Wieck.

Posters  at 

http://nigelvanwieck9.blogspot.com/

the12thshirt:

Mark Noble - West Ham

the12thshirt:

Mark Noble - West Ham

"So therefore I dedicate myself, to my art, my sleep, my dreams, my labors, my suffrances, my loneliness, my unique madness, my endless absorption and hunger because I cannot dedicate myself to any fellow being."
- Jack Kerouac (via draggonflyy)

(Source: hazelhirao, via draggonflyy)

kicktv:

Time to face his favorite team. 

kicktv:

Time to face his favorite team. 

mightyflynn:

Matt Cain’s Perfect Game (pine tar and eye black on wood and acrylic paint) by Robert Dorchak
via Baseball Art/fb

mightyflynn:

Matt Cain’s Perfect Game (pine tar and eye black on wood and acrylic paint) by Robert Dorchak

via Baseball Art/fb

lagvilava7:

Hull City 0-3 Arsenal

artmastered:

Pablo Picasso, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, 1907, oil on canvas, MoMA

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon marks a radical break from traditional composition and perspective in painting. It depicts five naked women with figures composed of flat, splintered planes and faces inspired by Iberian sculpture and African masks. The compressed space the figures inhabit appears to project forward in jagged shards; a fiercely pointed slice of melon in the still life of fruit at the bottom of the composition teeters on an impossibly upturned tabletop. These strategies would be significant in Picasso’s subsequent development of Cubism, charted in this gallery with a selection of the increasingly fragmented compositions he created in this period.

Picasso unveiled the monumental painting in his Paris studio after months of revision. The Avignon of the work’s title is a reference to a street in Barcelona famed for its brothel. In Picasso’s preparatory studies for the work, the figure at the left was a man, but the artist eliminated this anecdotal detail in the final painting.

artmastered:

Pablo Picasso, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, 1907, oil on canvas, MoMA

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon marks a radical break from traditional composition and perspective in painting. It depicts five naked women with figures composed of flat, splintered planes and faces inspired by Iberian sculpture and African masks. The compressed space the figures inhabit appears to project forward in jagged shards; a fiercely pointed slice of melon in the still life of fruit at the bottom of the composition teeters on an impossibly upturned tabletop. These strategies would be significant in Picasso’s subsequent development of Cubism, charted in this gallery with a selection of the increasingly fragmented compositions he created in this period.

Picasso unveiled the monumental painting in his Paris studio after months of revision. The Avignon of the work’s title is a reference to a street in Barcelona famed for its brothel. In Picasso’s preparatory studies for the work, the figure at the left was a man, but the artist eliminated this anecdotal detail in the final painting.

lagvilava7:

Hull City v Arsenal

revolutionaryriots:

¡Hasta siempre! (1927-∞)

revolutionaryriots:

¡Hasta siempre! (1927-∞)