04112014-anime (by Michael Paul Young)

visual-poetry:

»anachronism« typewriter-poems by anatol knotek

unique, handmade book, 16 poems, din a6, with sewn bindings, hardcover;

»usually a book is just a copy - but not this one! 
every poem is individually written with one of my typewriters (adler triumph gabriele 10 or olivetti lettera 32), so each single page is unique. out of about 90 poems i chose 16 for each book, therefore also the contents varies and is never the same.«

if you are interested in buying this book just click here (paypal).
for more information or if you have any questions, please send me an email at: anatol[at]anatol[dot]cc

[my books available at the moment: anachronismwachsein & falling alphabet]

Mikael Kennedy

Mikael Kennedy

David Uzochukwu

David Uzochukwu

Oprisco

Oprisco

setlistschematics:

Osaka Ghost, 6/15/00. (14 in. x 17 in.)

setlistschematics:

Osaka Ghost, 6/15/00. (14 in. x 17 in.)

PORTRAIT (by MILKYEYES - donato sansone)

llapen:

Ruby Onyinyechi
"For expatriates, straddling multiple cultural identities often presents a challenge. To authenticate my diaspora experience, I accept this space of neither here nor there, as it’s own unique hybrid culture or metaphorical bridge. Living in Nigeria is, in many ways, the missing chapter where all parts of my identity merge to add new dimension to an ongoing exploration of ‘home’. To safely navigate this sensory collision of familiar yet strange, spaces, memories, and cultures, I have invented an alter ego named Ada* the Alien. These drawings are a reflection of her layered experiences; living somewhere between reality and fantasy."

llapen:

Ruby Onyinyechi

"For expatriates, straddling multiple cultural identities often presents a challenge. To authenticate my diaspora experience, I accept this space of neither here nor there, as it’s own unique hybrid culture or metaphorical bridge. Living in Nigeria is, in many ways, the missing chapter where all parts of my identity merge to add new dimension to an ongoing exploration of ‘home’. To safely navigate this sensory collision of familiar yet strange, spaces, memories, and cultures, I have invented an alter ego named Ada* the Alien. These drawings are a reflection of her layered experiences; living somewhere between reality and fantasy."

(by moosen‌)

(by moosen‌)

Basquiat, Untitled

Basquiat, Untitled

(via anemptyspace)