1. The people who run our cities don’t understand graffiti because they think nothing has the right to exist unless it makes a profit. The people who truly deface our neighborhoods are the companies that scrawl giant slogans across buildings and buses trying to make us feel inadequate unless we buy their stuff. Any advertisement in public space that gives you no choice whether you see it or not is yours, it belongs to you, it’s yours to take, rearrange and re use. Asking for permission is like asking to keep a rock someone just threw at your head.

    — Banksy (via iloveyoulessthanpunk) (via carlyannarchy) (via fuckyeahradicalquotes) (via bkrugergraffiticollective) (via oneisaghost, oneisaghost)

  2. The Three Living and the Three Dead - this semester’s seminar project

    The Three Living and the Three Dead - this semester’s seminar project

  3. I’m sorry to hear about your recent breakup. I know we don’t talk often but when you come home we can get some flatbread pizza!

    — My dear brother, Tim

  4. This cold night will turn us all to fools and madmen.

  5. (Source: fntboyblue)

  6. Murphy’sLaw

    mypursebrokeandfellinthesnow,idroppedmyproteinbarontheground,Patrickandimaybebreakingup,myBRANDNEWlaptopdiedsoimusingmyoldoneandGUESSWHATthespacebardoesntwork.THISSEMESTERWILLBETHEDEATHOFME.

  7. Writing about art of the past is a magical game, full of illusions. On the surface it suggests that we can hold onto the past - tame it, compel it to conform to a reasonable narrative - and that conviction makes us go on.

  8. I know where the time’s gone, just not where my mind’s gone.

  9. Christmas & New Years