“You can kind of see the psychedelics and their tendencies”.... an installation and tribute to F-U-N
A interesting piece on Modern Love by Emily Demaionewton. Sourced from The New York Times.
Consider this: What if one could augment functionalities of the brain so that he/she could wield powers akin to that of Gandalf the Grey, Sauron, or Tony Stark, or... all of them? What's crazy is this stuff is truer to reality than fiction.
"The essence of agape love is goodwill, benevolence, and willful delight in the object of love."
Engineer the perfect setup for a cozy evening in your urban abode this holiday, and use this time as an excuse to get some self-loving R&R.
Some weekends ago, I met up for lunch with Jee, a dear friend of mine and talented retail analyst and curator. Having stuffed ourselves with the scrumptious food to be had over at Moma's Cafe, we decided to partake in a much needed stroll over at MoMA's permanent collections. Our promenade around MoMA's floors was backed …
Osamu Yokonami is a Japanese artist and photographer based in Tokyo who devotes his lenses to the development of photographs contemplating homogeneity. His group portraitures are regarded for invoking notions about identity, the collective, naturality, and youth.