Welcome!

Welcome!

Efrim Menuk

Efrim Menuk

so beautiful live

so beautiful live

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emilypdunne:

How fucking cute is this guy! His christian name is Grimpoteuthis megaptera, but I will call him Francis.

emilypdunne:

How fucking cute is this guy! His christian name is Grimpoteuthis megaptera, but I will call him Francis.

rayjohnsonestate:

Concluding our weekend of bunnyheads to mark the first days of spring, a multi-eared bunnyhead that looks like the sun. Happy Spring from the Ray Johnson Estate.

rayjohnsonestate:

Concluding our weekend of bunnyheads to mark the first days of spring, a multi-eared bunnyhead that looks like the sun. Happy Spring from the Ray Johnson Estate.

voerwa:

brian belott

voerwa:

brian belott

Smusshy crebby

Smusshy crebby

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noobsambot:

This could be us. But you playin. Vol 2.

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bing bong bing bong

divisionleap:

Ray Johnson. Ceci N’est Pas Une Stilt. NY, 1968. 
Poster announcing a “stilt walk” meeting of the New York Correspondence Society in Central Park on October 26th, 1968. According to David Bourdon (“Cosmic Ray,” Art in America, October 1995), “Dozens of [Johnson’s] friends and fans turned up to try their skill at walking about on children’s stilts that had been provided by the city’s parks department.” The drawing, which suggests a postcard, is dated October 19 1968 and purports to invite Rene Magritte and his wife to attend the stilt walk. 
more details here. from today’s new arrivals. catalogued by sam. Ray Johnson is the patron saint of sudden cold spells, freezing cataloguers and space heaters everywhere. 

divisionleap:

Ray Johnson. Ceci N’est Pas Une Stilt. NY, 1968. 

Poster announcing a “stilt walk” meeting of the New York Correspondence Society in Central Park on October 26th, 1968. According to David Bourdon (“Cosmic Ray,” Art in America, October 1995), “Dozens of [Johnson’s] friends and fans turned up to try their skill at walking about on children’s stilts that had been provided by the city’s parks department.” The drawing, which suggests a postcard, is dated October 19 1968 and purports to invite Rene Magritte and his wife to attend the stilt walk. 

more details here. from today’s new arrivals. catalogued by sam. Ray Johnson is the patron saint of sudden cold spells, freezing cataloguers and space heaters everywhere. 

bad-postcards:

DOUBLE MERRY CHRISTMAS

bad-postcards:

DOUBLE MERRY CHRISTMAS

“We’re creatures of contact regardless of whether
we kiss or we wound. Still, we must come together.
Though it may spell destruction, we still ask for more-
since it beats staying dry but so lonely on shore.
So we make ourselves open while knowing full well
it’s essentially saying ‘please, come pierce my shell.’”