1. via Kotzendes Einhorn
     

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  2. Schlachthofbronx “Coolie Fruit” feat. Gnucci Banana from Man Recordings on Vimeo.

    Just out on Man Recordings: new Schlachthofbronx “Carimbo” EP. More on tropicalbass.com…

     

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  3. unicornbusiness:

thewholescrapbook:

Merel Bekking, from “Maarja denk ik dan, die waren toch al dood’ (‘Well, they were already dead anyway’), 2011
‘The series “Well, they were already dead anyway” (in dutch: “Maarja denk  ik dan, die waren toch al dood”) began with a fascination for bad  habits, the “Things I hate to love”. Those things that are so nice to  do, but somehow don’t really feel right. After having conducted a study  on these “guilty pleasures” Merel Bekking collected the bad  habits of a large group of people and compiled them in a book. But one  sentence really stood out. This sentence came from a woman who liked to constantly buy new shoes. However, these shoes are made from  leather and leather is made from cows. But she condoned her addiction by literally saying: “Maarja denk ik dan,  die waren toch al dood”, which translates into “Well, they were  already dead anyway”. An incredibly interesting statement.This  sentence was the basis of the current series. Day-old chicks, residual  material from the bio-industry, can be bought frozen for 2 euros 35 per  kilo at your local pet store. You buy paint by the litre, fabric by the  metre, and apparently chicks by the kilo. In this way, the chicks are  not chicks any more but they are turned into material.’

    unicornbusiness:

    thewholescrapbook:

    Merel Bekking, from “Maarja denk ik dan, die waren toch al dood’ (‘Well, they were already dead anyway’), 2011

    ‘The series “Well, they were already dead anyway” (in dutch: “Maarja denk ik dan, die waren toch al dood”) began with a fascination for bad habits, the “Things I hate to love”. Those things that are so nice to do, but somehow don’t really feel right. After having conducted a study on these “guilty pleasures” Merel Bekking collected the bad habits of a large group of people and compiled them in a book. But one sentence really stood out. This sentence came from a woman who liked to constantly buy new shoes. However, these shoes are made from leather and leather is made from cows. But she condoned her addiction by literally saying: “Maarja denk ik dan, die waren toch al dood”, which translates into “Well, they were already dead anyway”. An incredibly interesting statement.

    This sentence was the basis of the current series. Day-old chicks, residual material from the bio-industry, can be bought frozen for 2 euros 35 per kilo at your local pet store. You buy paint by the litre, fabric by the metre, and apparently chicks by the kilo. In this way, the chicks are not chicks any more but they are turned into material.’

    (via zooophagous)

     

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  5. 90 Prozent der Männer tragen die Frisuren alter Duran Duran-Videos auf und wiegen 20 Kilo zu wenig. Sie könnten keinen Einkauf nach Hause schaffen, aber ihre Haare präsentieren sie mit Grandezza. Ich komme mir vor wie ein Mammut. Die Frauen wirken, als müssten sie noch weiter, ehe sie den Kühlschrank leerfressen und den Inhalt gleich wieder in die Toilette speien können.
     

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  6. SUMMER SPECTRUM

    NEW INSA GIF-ITTI

     

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  7. (Source: pandemizzle)

     

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  9. QRADIO - audiovisual Streetart by Sweza in Berlin

     

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