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    Buddha in His Youth by Odilon Redon
1905. Musée D’Orsay, Paris

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    Frankmusik 2CD limited edition from his website! Much recommended!

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    Every Human has a Pantone Color, and Angelica Dass is Finding All of Them

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    dynamitefists:

    Nam June Paik TV Buddha 1976

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    allthingseurope:

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    bitchville:

    While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.

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    365days-of-balloons:

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    mediajorge:

    wespennest:

    Delia Derbyshire

    Cut ups, mash-ups, circuit bending, tape-mangling and, oh yeah, the Dr. Who theme.

    "Although Dr Who made Delia and the Radiophonic Workshop nationally famous, it was her other drama and features work that showed her true talent. Her collaborations with the poet and dramatist Barry Bermange for the Third Programme showed her at her elegant best.
    He put together The Dreams (1964), a collage of people describing their dreams. It was set by Delia into a background of pure electronic sound. In a second 1964 Bermange piece about people’s experience of God and the devil, Amor Dei, he asked her to create a gothic altarpiece of sound. She composed this with snippets of archive and voices, again with only the simplest of equipment and facilities, often working through the night, for weeks on end.”

    More:
    http://www.theguardian.com/news/2001/jul/07/guardianobituaries1

    (Source: hrrhrhghnvjlk)

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