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This beautiful Austrian house is minimalistic all over. Most of the items inside the house, including bits of the house, were made with wood.
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This is epic.
This is pretty rad
My brain feels violated.
Let’s go on a road trip together. Just you and me.
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Playground of the Gods exhibit at VoV last February 20.
Since Whooop’s one of my favorite artist I didn’t dare try to miss going to this one. I love how his works are colorful and vibrant but haunting at the same time. I was too shy to approach him since we arrived earlier and there were still only a few people. Looking forward to his future works and exhibits. Hope I can muster up the courage to talk to him by that time.
Second and third photo: favorite pieces by Tokwa Penaflorida during this show.
I wish I could buy (little) Twin Stars, please donate 12k++, since Sudden Drop’s already taken. They are perfect for my bedroom wall. huhu
Went to VoV for Tokwa Penaflorida’s Hypnagogia, his first one man exhibit. Hashtag medyobadgirl haha so I went kahit takas lang. Roamed around The Collective before the show started, and met awesome people at Kanto. Chatted with ate Mara, she was an adver grad, laughed for our mutual feelings for our profs. Ha! Hope we can volunteer there this summer. Make up for not having a fucking internship for school. I really wish I can but I can’t (I know I could though. LABO.) I might as well make art for my portfolio para ready na next year. mehehe. BTW, speaking of volunteering, I really wish CCP will accept me to volunteer for this years Cinemalaya.
”A sweet-looking Japanese girl who, one day, decided to take self-portraits..of herself levitating. She can be spotted in and around Tokyo, equipped with her SLR and her self-timer. When she feels the moment strike, she presses the shutter button down and then, quite literally, “jumps” into place. What I love most about her shots is that they don’t feel forced. Natsumi has a way of making us feel as though she naturally levitates throughout life. When I asked her how others react to her jumping around Tokyo, here is a funny story that she shared. “One day, when I was jumping at a famous sightseeing spot in western Tokyo, workers at a souvenir shop were frightened by how I was jumping. They were whispering things like ‘Is the girl mentally ill’ and ‘Do we need to call the police?’ “So I stopped jumping and apologized to them by saying, ‘I am taking jumping photos for my wedding party’s slide show.’ Their faces turned bright red, and they said things like ‘Oh dear!’ and ‘Congratulations!’ and even ‘Keep jumping!’