I’ve been waiting on a tow truck for two hours. All because their service is backed up because one of their tow trucks broke down.
Kind of ironic.

Really trying to stay in a good mood because I know all of the 20 people I’ve talked to on the phone only get pissy customers, and i would like to make some part of their day pleasant, but my positivity is slowly fading.

I want to graduate and get a job involving photography and getting paid to travel. Or just traveling taking photos with all expenses paid. I don’t need extra money. I know it exists somewhere out there. Where is it?

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asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations

Marker Installations by Heike Weber

Raumarbeite: utopia 2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!

Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen

STOP MAKING SEQUELS TO BRILLIANT MOVIES THAT WERE MADE 10 YEARS AGO BECAUSE YOU’RE NOT CREATIVE ENOUGH TO COME UP WITH A NEW IDEA/ARE TOO GREEDY AND WANT MONEY

You’re just ruining the integrity of the original. And also I’m tired of not having any good films out recently.

hifructosemag

hifructosemag:

You no longer have to be a scientist to understand the catastrophic impact of pollution its friend global warming. In California, we’re facing the greatest drought in recorded history; marine animals are choking on our collective waste amid mass plastic contamination in the ocean; in China last year, 16,000 pig carcasses were spotted floating down Huangpu River. Chinese-born, New York-based artist Cai GuoQiang reacts to global environmental catastrophes with his monumental exhibition, “The Ninth Wave,” currently on view atPower Station of Art, China’s first publicly-funded contemporary art museum in Shanghai. An interdisciplinary show filled with large-scale installations, ceramic works, drawings and even performance, “The Ninth Wave” examines the harrowing after-effects of rampant industrialization with finesse. Read more on Hi-Fructose.