"And men said that the blood of the stars flowed in her veins."

C. S. Lewis  (via lastisle)

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Back to the Future, Irina Werning

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Yoko Ono

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Yoko Ono

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Tangled up in you, Birgit R. Deubner

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Candi Kalasan.

This 8th century Buddhist temple is located east of Yogyakarta, near the Prambanan temple and Kalasan village, Indonesia.

Candi Kalasan is one of oldest temples on the Prambanan Plain, and is dedicated the female Bodhisattva, Tara.

Curiously, there is little evidence of Theravada Buddhism in Central Java; the first dated temple, Candi Kalasan of 778 CE, is dedicated to Tara. During the Central Javanese period, Hindu and Buddhist temples were built side by side, reflecting what must have been an atmosphere of both cooperation and competition.

It is possible that successive rulers sponsored different religions or that a single ruler could have supported the construction of both Buddhist and Hindu monuments.

-Natasha Reichle in Violence and Serenity: Late Buddhist Sculpture from Indonesia, (University of Hawaii Press, 2007).

Fine, detailed carvings can be seen on the southern side of this temple, where a huge, elaborate, kala head watches over the doorway

First photo taken by Crisco, the rest by Felix Krohn.

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Flickr Group Pool Highlights - Week of June 30th 2014

Contributing Photographers from top to bottom:

1. Bastian K. 2. Megan Brim 3. Savannah 4. Chuddlesworth 5. Aida Hajdarević 6Mekael Dawson 7. Beth Maciorowski 8. Maria Louceiro 9. Giulia Rossi Ferrini 10. Ryley

Hop in on the fun and join our group pool! All artists welcome, not just photographers.

Our Quarterly boxes are now $30 instead of $50. The next box will include an assortment of Brandon C. Long's photography: quarterly.co/art

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Being bad
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Cherry, Harry and Raquel! (1970, Russ Meyer)

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Cherry, Harry and Raquel! (1970, Russ Meyer)

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Friedl Kubelka, Untitled (Pin-up), 1971

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