Depending on the perspective of the viewer, the church is either perceived as a massive building, or dissolves — partly or completely — into the landscape. Those viewers that look from the inside of the church to the outside, on the other hand, witness an abstract play of lines that reshapes the surrounding landscape. In this way, church and landscape can both be considered part of the work — hence also its title, which implies that to read between the lines, one must also read the lines themselves. In other words: the church makes the subjective experience of the landscape visible, and vice versa.
Shiba Inu refused to kiss his owner
I saw the gif on tumblr and it took me awhile for finding this vid
try to find a more perfect video
I’m so happy right now
“Hi guys, just remember this isn’t real”
Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)
“A series of drawings produced using drawing implements attached to the tips of tree branches, the wind’s effects on the tree recorded on paper.
Like signatures each drawing reveals the different qualities and characteristics of each tree.”
This is the coolest thing
“He loves his friends at the daycare. He literally drags me there every morning, then when it’s time to go home, he does this.”
Rachel Rostad - “To JK Rowling, from Cho Chang”
“Let me cry over boys more than I speak. Let me fulfill your diversity quota. Just one more brown girl mourning her white hero.”
To check out some of the dialogue surrounding the piece, visit http://rachelrostad.tumblr.com
For the full text of the poem, go to https://www.facebook.com/rachelrostad
YES. So happy I found the video to go with the gifset.Watch this whole thing. And, there is a valid criticism circulating around about her mention of the names Cho and Chang (they are not exclusively Korean names, they are Chinese as well). But overall, this is very powerful and well done!