Like dude, you are not a grizzly bear or Courtney Love or the color blue.
You are fucking annoying is what you are.
Picasso for 2014 (Marketing Proposition for Sotheby’s), 2014
Anyone who says that they were “born in the wrong time” is usually a teenager who really loves Nirvana or a girl who feels like she’s Audrey Hepburn or at least has brown hair or 8th graders at a sleepover getting stoned for the first time and listening to The Doors (ugh) or a bro who is 15 years…
Anonymous asked: At what age did you lose your virginity?
I never lost mine, I just absorb other peoples’, making my virginity grow stronger and stronger in preparation for the final battle.
Cute wedding photos always make me tear up, even when it’s random strangers pictures I don’t even know.
Because the couples usually look so happy and so much in love, it’s overwhelming for me to look at.
Happy 25th Anniversary, World Wide Web! Some of these early museum webpages really cracked me me up.
See British Museum, The Metropolitan Museum, the Louvre, the Prado, and more classics in a new Museum Nerd (>140) blog post, 10 Vintage Museum Web Pages from the 90s.
These were the last words spoken by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s brother from his deathbed. A dying body is only an empty shell.
Last night I was social and did social things that normal 21&+ year olds like to do. Verdict: being social is exhausting.
I met such an interesting man today while receptioning at the gallery.
His name was David, he was about 60 or so years old, and he was a retired film lecturer/ building restorer who came to check out the ceramics exhibition.
He told me his teacher’s work was on display here and that he’s been taking ceramics classes as a hobby since he’s retired. He asked me about Woodbury, what I’m majoring in, and what the school was like, the typical stuff I get asked.
But then we started talking about how he studied architecture and art history for his undergrad, but had no desire to pursue it as a profession. He later got a degree in filmmaking, and was teaching film classes over at USC and worked in restoration for old buildings.
We talked for about 45 minutes and he shared so much wisdom and experience with me, telling me about his younger life during the 1960s, his spiritual beliefs, and his outlook on life.
Towards the end of our chat he told me I have a wonderful soul and he wished me the best of luck once I graduate, and that he hopes I someday have a great man or woman in my life to share my soul with.
I really cherished this experience because I’ve had such a crappy past few weeks filled with stress and it was so nice to meet a total stranger who genuinely believed in me.