blood & relic
blood & relic
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publicpools:

Our suburb in the 60’s, orbiting cul-de-sacs on banana bikes.
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pixography:

Ray Caesar ~ “Art Therapy”
"I grew up in a very difficult and dangerous environment as a child. I developed a kind of trauma and panic disorder ( a kind of agoraphobia ) and more fundamentally a kind of dissociative identity disorder …sort of like multiple personalities but not in its severest form. I tend to know my disassociations as I also developed a strange kind of hyper awareness because I was able to draw pictures of them in such great detail. In essence I developed a very powerful coping method that worked extremely well as a child but it can be very difficult for the adult. Art and making pictures is central to all of this. Art was the one place all the diverse aspects of my personality came together. So, as a child I drew myself into a world that was safe and pictures became the one place I could escape." - Ray Caesar
pixography:

Ray Caesar ~ “Art Therapy”
"I grew up in a very difficult and dangerous environment as a child. I developed a kind of trauma and panic disorder ( a kind of agoraphobia ) and more fundamentally a kind of dissociative identity disorder …sort of like multiple personalities but not in its severest form. I tend to know my disassociations as I also developed a strange kind of hyper awareness because I was able to draw pictures of them in such great detail. In essence I developed a very powerful coping method that worked extremely well as a child but it can be very difficult for the adult. Art and making pictures is central to all of this. Art was the one place all the diverse aspects of my personality came together. So, as a child I drew myself into a world that was safe and pictures became the one place I could escape." - Ray Caesar
pixography:

Ray Caesar ~ “Art Therapy”
"I grew up in a very difficult and dangerous environment as a child. I developed a kind of trauma and panic disorder ( a kind of agoraphobia ) and more fundamentally a kind of dissociative identity disorder …sort of like multiple personalities but not in its severest form. I tend to know my disassociations as I also developed a strange kind of hyper awareness because I was able to draw pictures of them in such great detail. In essence I developed a very powerful coping method that worked extremely well as a child but it can be very difficult for the adult. Art and making pictures is central to all of this. Art was the one place all the diverse aspects of my personality came together. So, as a child I drew myself into a world that was safe and pictures became the one place I could escape." - Ray Caesar
pixography:

Ray Caesar ~ “Art Therapy”
"I grew up in a very difficult and dangerous environment as a child. I developed a kind of trauma and panic disorder ( a kind of agoraphobia ) and more fundamentally a kind of dissociative identity disorder …sort of like multiple personalities but not in its severest form. I tend to know my disassociations as I also developed a strange kind of hyper awareness because I was able to draw pictures of them in such great detail. In essence I developed a very powerful coping method that worked extremely well as a child but it can be very difficult for the adult. Art and making pictures is central to all of this. Art was the one place all the diverse aspects of my personality came together. So, as a child I drew myself into a world that was safe and pictures became the one place I could escape." - Ray Caesar
pixography:

Ray Caesar ~ “Art Therapy”
"I grew up in a very difficult and dangerous environment as a child. I developed a kind of trauma and panic disorder ( a kind of agoraphobia ) and more fundamentally a kind of dissociative identity disorder …sort of like multiple personalities but not in its severest form. I tend to know my disassociations as I also developed a strange kind of hyper awareness because I was able to draw pictures of them in such great detail. In essence I developed a very powerful coping method that worked extremely well as a child but it can be very difficult for the adult. Art and making pictures is central to all of this. Art was the one place all the diverse aspects of my personality came together. So, as a child I drew myself into a world that was safe and pictures became the one place I could escape." - Ray Caesar
pixography:

Ray Caesar ~ “Art Therapy”
"I grew up in a very difficult and dangerous environment as a child. I developed a kind of trauma and panic disorder ( a kind of agoraphobia ) and more fundamentally a kind of dissociative identity disorder …sort of like multiple personalities but not in its severest form. I tend to know my disassociations as I also developed a strange kind of hyper awareness because I was able to draw pictures of them in such great detail. In essence I developed a very powerful coping method that worked extremely well as a child but it can be very difficult for the adult. Art and making pictures is central to all of this. Art was the one place all the diverse aspects of my personality came together. So, as a child I drew myself into a world that was safe and pictures became the one place I could escape." - Ray Caesar
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magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
magictransistor:

Andy Warhol, Skulls (Acrylic, silkscreen and ink on canvas), ca. 1976.
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moon83:

Sparkle palace cocktail table by John Foster
Portfolio // Tumblr
moon83:

Sparkle palace cocktail table by John Foster
Portfolio // Tumblr
moon83:

Sparkle palace cocktail table by John Foster
Portfolio // Tumblr
moon83:

Sparkle palace cocktail table by John Foster
Portfolio // Tumblr
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tulipnight:

Kilauea volcano lava flow spitting into the air and ocean by slworking2 on Flickr.
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constrain-t:

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