earache:

Coming up to 25 years since Earache’s GRINDCRUSHER comp which put the scene on the global map. read the how & why http://askearache.blogspot.co.uk/2009/01/earache-grindcrusher-lp-september-1989.html


rrosehobart:

raoul ubac, mannequin de man ray, 1938

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design-is-fine:

Étienne Louis Boullée, Cenotaph for Newton, 1784. France.
Elevation & Cross-section, “at night with daylight effect”. Pen and brown ink and wash. Department of Prints and Photographs, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris. © BnF. Source

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retrogasm:

JELL-O


supercabsy:

I need more followers. I mean what’s the bloody point of me posting things when I have only……(my secret). To my few followers - I Love You All!

follow supercabsy before she falls into the sea


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unfuckthereallife:

egg!! (at MACBA Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona)


clioancientart:

Roman statuary and fragments in the gardens of the Museo Nazionale Romano at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome.

Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities

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jkflesh:

Godflesh Sound System @ The Garage, Highsbury, London, Oct 4th ‘97

Love and Hate in Dub was released the summer of 1997 and the band did one live show in London. Here, Justin operated a mixing desk, and not guitar. 

"The live rendering of Love and Hate in Dub represented the remix project while also exploding on to virginal planes of arritional brutality. If this was deemed to be a one-off novel approach to live performance that’s too bad, because the shit was down. It was a monumental representation of some of the illest, unadulterated barbaric sound art witnessed yet and all the more impressive for the fact that Godflesh Sound System kicked in the face of adversity by overcoming the mammoth technical problems earlier in the evening.”


aubreylstallard:

Monica Ramos

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tenebrum:

Ex Libris by Alexandre de Riquer I Ynglada,1903

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