Filter thrifted clothes by size, color, brand or item. Great for folks who struggle to find things in their size in a physical thrift store.
San Francisco Nude, Hisaka Kojima
Can be found in VCU Library, 4th floor
Songs Of The Week
Videos Of The Week
Art Of The Week
This poem is a description of the painting beneath it.
Landscape with the Fall of Icarus
William Carlos Williams – 1883-1963
According to Brueghel
when Icarus fell
it was spring
a farmer was ploughing
the whole pageantry
of the year was
the edge of the sea
sweating in the sun
the wings’ wax
off the coast
a splash quite unnoticed
Just listen to the new jpegmafia album:
& listen to this podcast episode
Thank you and I appreciate you.
Short New Yorker article on shifting the concept of maintaining hope in the face of the climate apocalypse.
A playlist I’ve been listening to this week
An illustrator based in London, who has super sweet art. I love her zine, which you can purchase!
Post from Tiana Parker’s Instagram, a photo shoot of her wearing Leha Yeung
Daily horoscope podcast of each zodiac sign
New FKA Twigs song and video featuring Future!
So I love Bon Appetit and they released a new video with Claire where she remakes M&Ms.
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8sUwXTWb4M
Songs of the Week:
-Holy Terrain – FKA Twigs + Future
-Drunk on the Rhythm – Gothic Tropic
-Tú – maye
Excited for The New York Art Book Fair: https://nyabf2019.printedmatterartbookfairs.org/
Hannah Van Buskirk:
This meme by @ripannanicolesmith, a screen capture from the classic 90’s movie “The Craft” with text discussing Freudian castration anxiety.
This song by Habibi, Brooklyn based band influenced by psych rock/sixties girl group harmonies
Read/listen to Ross Gay!
This video series has consistently blown me away just by how strange it is. It’s impressive to see how much it’s grown since it began.
Baby bat burrito
Nike x Sacai Sportswear collection is so dope. Naomi Osaka looks great here, and I love the Waffle racers. Sacai always killing it.
I really can’t stop thinking about this
Thought about video games as art this week, and looked into post-internet art
read this: Artsy: Post-Internet Art