Dopeness on the Coast.

Dopeness on the Coast.

Trevor. 1988.
Existentialism/Absurdism.
Damned, doomed, but not done.
Commentary

"Is it not better to fall into the hands of a murderer than into the dreams of a lustful woman?"

Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra

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Tokyo, Yasuhiro Ishimoto

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Tokyo, Yasuhiro Ishimoto

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"Even God has his hell: it is his love for man."

Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra


Harold Edgerton - Rising Dove, 1934 

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Harold Edgerton - Rising Dove, 1934 

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fuckyeahexistentialism:

“The cradle rocks above an abyss, and common sense tells us that our existence is but a brief crack of light between two eternities of darkness.”

—Vladimir Nabokov, Speak, Memory

likeafieldmouse:

Ibrahim el-Salahi - The Last Sound (1964)

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likeafieldmouse:

Ibrahim el-Salahi - The Last Sound (1964)

ghostof:

Néons by M_NGN on Flickr.

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ghostof:

Néons by M_NGN on Flickr.

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untrustyou:

Lindsay D’Addato 

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untrustyou:

Lindsay D’Addato 

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Well…that’s how I feel tonight.

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finknottle:

Tom Waits photographed by Mitchell Rose, West Hollywood, 1977

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spermspeed:

Photo #1: ‘Untitled’
Photo #2:  Photographed by Kazumichi Maruoka

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spermspeed:

Photo #1: ‘Untitled’

Photo #2:  Photographed by Kazumichi Maruoka

autosafari:

Motohiko Odani, Inferno, 2008-2010. Video installation: comprised of eight screens which waterfall images are projected onto, while the floor and ceiling of the octagonal room are mirrored.

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autosafari:

Motohiko Odani, Inferno, 2008-2010. Video installation: comprised of eight screens which waterfall images are projected onto, while the floor and ceiling of the octagonal room are mirrored.

"So when we hear about Google turning old pay phones into Wi-Fi spots its easy to wonder, do we really need this? Do we really need even more access to the Internet. What for? So I can watch “The Rockford Files” on my phone while waiting for the bus without paying onerous bandwidth charges? So that Google can monetize my every online interaction more effectively than ever by geolocating targeted ads as I stroll down Second Avenue? When do we say enough!? We’re already connected enough?"

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Is there too much Internet? 

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