36x48:

Blumen IIPlastic Water Bottles, Hemp String, Wooden Pole, Spray paint4’x 3 1/2’ x 5”2012

36x48:

Blumen II
Plastic Water Bottles, Hemp String, Wooden Pole, Spray paint
4’x 3 1/2’ x 5”
2012

debruvisso:

Maskull Laserre

Overture

2013

humansofnewyork:

His owner told me that according to a Native American myth, dogs with different colored eyes can see both heaven and earth.

humansofnewyork:

His owner told me that according to a Native American myth, dogs with different colored eyes can see both heaven and earth.

clubcouture:

JoeyfulNew York State of mind

Can’t wait for the day I get to go here

piercetheamazingsirens:

instabye:

fetters:

chocolategelato:

Husky and golden retriever mix

this looks like a toasted marshmallow husky and i love it

I would like to start a petition to get the name changed from “husky, golden retriever mix” to “toasted marshmallow”

THIS IS THE CUTEST FUDGING DOG EVER

piercetheamazingsirens:

instabye:

fetters:

chocolategelato:

Husky and golden retriever mix

this looks like a toasted marshmallow husky and i love it

I would like to start a petition to get the name changed from “husky, golden retriever mix” to “toasted marshmallow”

THIS IS THE CUTEST FUDGING DOG EVER

humansofnewyork:

"I teach fourth grade in Harlem.""What’s your greatest struggle as a teacher?""I worry a lot about the kids.""Why’s that?""Not all the kids. Just the ones that aren’t on the ‘college track.’ Many of them just don’t have a culture of expectation at home, and it’s hard work to lift yourself out of an underprivileged situation. I actually just finished going to a trombone recital for a former student of mine. I used to coach him in hockey on weekends. He’d practice with me from 4 AM to 6 AM. Then he’d go practice trombone from 8 to 10. He did all this just so he could get into a good high school. That’s what it takes, really. Hard to do without a culture of expectation."

humansofnewyork:

"I teach fourth grade in Harlem."
"What’s your greatest struggle as a teacher?"
"I worry a lot about the kids."
"Why’s that?"
"Not all the kids. Just the ones that aren’t on the ‘college track.’ Many of them just don’t have a culture of expectation at home, and it’s hard work to lift yourself out of an underprivileged situation. I actually just finished going to a trombone recital for a former student of mine. I used to coach him in hockey on weekends. He’d practice with me from 4 AM to 6 AM. Then he’d go practice trombone from 8 to 10. He did all this just so he could get into a good high school. That’s what it takes, really. Hard to do without a culture of expectation."

What actually happens when I listen to music?

It’s because the human brain is constantly looking for structure and patterns. Music is a great example of that. We hear structure in what were listening to so it stimulates our brain and gives us a sense of well being or a good feeling. If there is no structure in what we hear (construction workers using multiple machines at once) for example. It comes off as annoying and does the opposite effect. Your brain is trying to make a pattern to the noise but it can’t so it’s a negative emotional response. Hope this helps.

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lookbookdotnu:

Les Arts Florissants (by Flávia Desgranges van der Linden)