1. cosmofilius:

    separation is such an illusion. we are one

    (Source: berrym)

  2. n-lite:

8dotナイトガウン

    n-lite:

    8dotナイトガウン

  3. (Source: andrewshachat)

  4. imprecise:

Guy Catling

    imprecise:

    Guy Catling

  5. glitchinc:

Re-String, 2014.

    glitchinc:

    Re-String, 2014.

  6. (Source: artchipel)

  7. Develop an interest in life as you see it; the people, things, literature, music - the world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls and interesting people. Forget yourself.

    — Henry Miller

  8. (Source: artgods)

  9. #uberwar and the sharing economy

    "The worker becomes an "entrepreneur," and assumes the entrepreneur’s risk

    Panelists noted the various ways in which the term “sharing” most often means a systematic shift of risk from the service provider onto the precarious labor and consumer.  

    On these platforms the “product” is the software, as opposed to the experiences that result in their use. Uber refers to their drivers as “partners” as a way to alleviate any inherent risks associated with assuming an army of full time employees, as Cheng pointed out. And Rob Horning reminds us, these independent contractors are the only ones who handle the risk of depreciating capital assets. Kate Losse noted that is tied to a larger Silicon Valley ideology that drastically privileges the technical work over the emotional or creative labor that form the end user content of the platforms themselves.

    If everyone is an entrepreneur, can there be worker solidarity?

    The workers who make up these networks have structural limitations to effective forms of resistance. Workers have little time to organize when they already have to work so intensely just to break even. Whereas factory workers could coordinate a slowdown, the sharing economy creates a distributed set of workers with little collective potential, prompting the panel to question the extent to which the freedom of “working whenever you please” weakens your ability to organize against an employer.

    Such networks are in effect anti-communities, as Horning asserted with dystopic alarm, where users and independent contractors are pitted against one another, with the only unifying aspect being their use of digital technology to seek the best opportunity to exploit each other’s labor for the lowest rate. But at what cost?”

    Solidarity after “Sharing:” Notes on Internet Subjects #1 - Rhizome.org

  10. The Jezabels_The Brink

    The Jezabels_The Brink

  11. "What all these campaigns emphasise that is the idea of *family values* remains resonant for brand messaging, even as the image of family continues to evolve. Marketing needs to reflect that shift in family make-up, but that doesn’t mean abandoning the emotional and cultural truths that bond families -of all stripes- together."
Stylus - Modern Family report 2014 - http://www.stylus.com/cynkxg

    "What all these campaigns emphasise that is the idea of *family values* remains resonant for brand messaging, even as the image of family continues to evolve. Marketing needs to reflect that shift in family make-up, but that doesn’t mean abandoning the emotional and cultural truths that bond families -of all stripes- together."

    Stylus - Modern Family report 2014 - http://www.stylus.com/cynkxg

  12. boyirl:

imabirdnowunknown, 2012

    boyirl:

    imabirdnow
    unknown, 2012

  13. (Source: dghyczy.com)

  14. blckanubis:

anubi$ - Untitled-053-b

    blckanubis:

    anubi$ - Untitled-053-b

  15. image

    The Digital Couture Collection

    ​Proposing a concept where technologists become the designers of the future, utilising technology as their design tools, to craft the new future human. Immateriality is the A/W’62’ collection of digital skins, inspired by morphogenesis and mineral crystallisation processes, a series of radical non-human like aesthetics have been fashioned. Providing a digital couture service that is tailored to the consumers needs, by facilitating the re-design and enhancement of the physical human-self, to enable the consumer to embody or become the notion of the perfect human.

    - The Future Human, by Jenny Lee from Studio Aikieu

    Also in "This Is What Your Face Will Look Like In 2060"

    Immateriality | The Future Human from jenny lee on Vimeo.