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So what do restaurants teach you about life?
I would say its really more about how working at a restaurant will prepare you for life in many different ways. I think everyone in this country should have to do restaurant service. You deal with all kinds of people, people who are hungry or cranky. Every customer is different. It’s a constant dance of snuffing out every situation, do they want to be dominated, do they want to dominate you? It’s this constant improv all day long. 

Flavorwire Interview: ‘Over Easy’ Author Mimi Pond on the “Moral Swamp of the ’70s” and What Restaurants Teach Us About Life

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So what do restaurants teach you about life?

I would say its really more about how working at a restaurant will prepare you for life in many different ways. I think everyone in this country should have to do restaurant service. You deal with all kinds of people, people who are hungry or cranky. Every customer is different. It’s a constant dance of snuffing out every situation, do they want to be dominated, do they want to dominate you? It’s this constant improv all day long. 

Flavorwire Interview: ‘Over Easy’ Author Mimi Pond on the “Moral Swamp of the ’70s” and What Restaurants Teach Us About Life

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Lee Ufan - From Point (1973) - Glue on paper

likeafieldmouse:

Lee Ufan - From Point (1973) - Glue on paper

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Igor Eskinja

poietike:

Igor Eskinja

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© Wanda Wulz, 1932, Io + Gatto (Self-portrait)
Her self-portrait ‘Io + Gatto’ (Me + Cat), where she superimposes a photo of her cat Pippo on top of an image of herself, is one of the most famous double exposures in art history.

In 1932, Wulz presented the photograph in the ‘Mostra Fotografica Futurista’ in Trieste, where it was hailed as the highlight of the exhibition. Photographs of Wanda Wulz are extremely rare, as in the late 1930s she turned to portrait painting. (+)
Thanks to chagalov for the photos and information!
» find more photomontage art here «

burnedshoes:

© Wanda Wulz, 1932, Io + Gatto (Self-portrait)

Her self-portrait ‘Io + Gatto’ (Me + Cat), where she superimposes a photo of her cat Pippo on top of an image of herself, is one of the most famous double exposures in art history.

Self-Portrait, 1932 / The Cat without Me, 1932

In 1932, Wulz presented the photograph in the ‘Mostra Fotografica Futurista’ in Trieste, where it was hailed as the highlight of the exhibition. Photographs of Wanda Wulz are extremely rare, as in the late 1930s she turned to portrait painting. (+)

Thanks to chagalov for the photos and information!

» find more photomontage art here «

Mar 26th

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Fashionable Selby

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Watch: A Visual History Of The Bicycle

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Watch: A Visual History Of The Bicycle

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fiore-rosso:

mayumi miyawaki.
the blue box house.
tokyo, japan.

fiore-rosso:

mayumi miyawaki.

the blue box house.

tokyo, japan.

I don’t believe in art. I believe in artists.

Marcel Duchamp (via popserial)

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March 18th 1 month ago
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Everything Love

these-teen-quotes:

Everything Love

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Mrs. Batty pours herself a lovely cup of tea.

jamespdavies:

Mrs. Batty pours herself a lovely cup of tea.

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lucyeldridgeillustration:

I recently saw the amazing documentary ‘Chasing Ice’. It was really inspiring and, being already a little obsessed with things like Captain Scotts fated expedition (in 1910 to the South Pole), I feel the need to follow this theme with some sort of project…. 
You should see this film, have a look at the website here http://www.chasingice.com/

lucyeldridgeillustration:

I recently saw the amazing documentary ‘Chasing Ice’. It was really inspiring and, being already a little obsessed with things like Captain Scotts fated expedition (in 1910 to the South Pole), I feel the need to follow this theme with some sort of project…. 

You should see this film, have a look at the website here http://www.chasingice.com/

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lucyeldridgeillustration:

It’s a long way, across the North Atlantic Ocean.

lucyeldridgeillustration:

It’s a long way, across the North Atlantic Ocean.

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prettycolors:

#33c150

Mar 18th

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Michael Mullan

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