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We can do what we want, we can live as we choose

Mikhail, 20 y.o. guy from Minsk, Belarus. Love classic rock, psychedelic art, traveling, movies, photography, science, technology, cooking, etc. Pisces. A curious mind.
Aug 31 '14

A lake in Belarus.

Aug 27 '14
humansofnewyork:

“What’s surprised you most about being a parent?”“The feeling of being called ‘Dad.’ It’s the best feeling on earth. The first time my daughter called me ‘Dad,’ we were playing hide and go seek. I was pretending that I couldn’t find her, and I kept searching and searching, until finally she screamed: ‘Dad!’ It almost made me cry. It made me feel like Superman.’”(Nairobi, Kenya)

humansofnewyork:

“What’s surprised you most about being a parent?”
“The feeling of being called ‘Dad.’ It’s the best feeling on earth. The first time my daughter called me ‘Dad,’ we were playing hide and go seek. I was pretending that I couldn’t find her, and I kept searching and searching, until finally she screamed: ‘Dad!’ It almost made me cry. It made me feel like Superman.’”

(Nairobi, Kenya)

Aug 27 '14

Robert Plant takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (x)

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Jul 3 '14
Jul 3 '14

Anonymous asked:

How do you feel about experimentation vs staying true to your voice as an artist?

samspratt:

I mean, people evolve. Our personalities, our tastes, and our interests shift constantly as we’re introduced to new ideas, experiences, and perspectives. I don’t see why our art — whatever that may be — shouldn’t do the same with us.

"Staying true to your voice as an artist" just sounds like stagnation under the guise of tradition — it’s the artsy equivalent of those curmudgeon-y, old, racist, guys who bullshitedly romanticize the 1950s and yell at youths for their internet telephones, hippity-hop, black presidents, and clothing which doesn’t cover knees. If you get too comfortable with the way things have always been done — with you or your art — you’ll miss (what in my opinion is) one of the absolute best parts of being human: growth.

Now, that may seem like heavy talk, but I’m not sure that we can detach those big human concepts from art — they’ve always kinda gone together. It’s not like art history is just a chronological series of totally arbitrary fashion trends and stylistic fads — art has, and likely always will, change in tandem with, and in reaction to, the way people view the world.

Jun 11 '14

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Jun 11 '14
philosophical-ataraxia:

questioning-definitions:

Truth

As a philosophy major and an agnostic-atheist, I love this.

philosophical-ataraxia:

questioning-definitions:

Truth

As a philosophy major and an agnostic-atheist, I love this.

Jun 11 '14
mind-gallery:


always reblog

mind-gallery:

always reblog

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