I FOUND ¨ I LIKED

These are things I find and like.

museumuesum:

Photos from a 1972 Rothschild illuminati party

On 12/12/72 Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, member of the most powerful elite family in the world, held a Surrealist Ball at Château de Ferrières, one of the family’s gigantic mansions.

The invitation was written in reverse. It required a mirror to be read. Inversion is a big deal in a pseudo-satanic mind state.

Guy de Rothschild & Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, the hosts of the ball, wore a horned “giant’s head” with tears made from real diamonds.

(via crashburnlove)

nevver:

Word on the Street

Rich people retarded art.

nevver:

Word on the Street

Rich people retarded art.

liquidnight:

Sabine Weiss
Métro, 1955
From Paris Mon Amour

liquidnight:

Sabine Weiss

Métro, 1955

From Paris Mon Amour

nevver:

How to bend light, Mona Kuhn

(Source: monakuhn.com)

type-lover:

Mystery Chocolate
by Kevin Harald Campean

(via fortheloveoftype)

(Source: vintagegal, via crashburnlove)

supersonicart:

Cristina Camacho.

Cut canvas, painting sculptures by Cristina Camacho:

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(via supersonicart)

TRUE.

[El arte contemporáneo] también es un fraude porque está sostenido nada más que en el mercado, que es fluctuante y artificial en la mayoría de los casos. Se otorgan a las obras valores artificiales para que pienses: ‘si cuesta 90.000 euros es porque debe ser arte’. Estos precios son una burbuja, como existió la burbuja inmobiliaria.

—   La boca de Avelina Lesper se llenó de verdad.  (via rabmessina)

(Source: lavanguardia.com, via rabmessina)

humansofnewyork:


"Facebook is telling me that everyone has a house, a kid, and a dog. So I’m just trying to calm the fuck down."

humansofnewyork:

"Facebook is telling me that everyone has a house, a kid, and a dog. So I’m just trying to calm the fuck down."

maartendeckers:

Be happy. It drives people crazy. Design by Wordboner

maartendeckers:

Be happy. It drives people crazy. Design by Wordboner

(Source: wrdbnr.com)

 

 

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