Jonathan Su. I am a junior landscape architecture student at the University of California, Davis. I am particularly fond of watching movies, reading, design, community service, art, trees, life, and love.

supersonicart:


Scott Albrecht, “The Distance Between Two Points.”
Artist Scott Albrecht will be presenting a new body of work in a solo show entitled “The Distance Between Two Points" starting on Friday, October 3rd at Art in the Age in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Albrecht incorporates wood working and typography to create three dimensional and sculpture like works as well as paintings which deal with perceptions and social connectivity.  See more of the new work below.
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supersonicart:


Scott Albrecht, “The Distance Between Two Points.”
Artist Scott Albrecht will be presenting a new body of work in a solo show entitled “The Distance Between Two Points" starting on Friday, October 3rd at Art in the Age in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Albrecht incorporates wood working and typography to create three dimensional and sculpture like works as well as paintings which deal with perceptions and social connectivity.  See more of the new work below.
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supersonicart:


Scott Albrecht, “The Distance Between Two Points.”
Artist Scott Albrecht will be presenting a new body of work in a solo show entitled “The Distance Between Two Points" starting on Friday, October 3rd at Art in the Age in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Albrecht incorporates wood working and typography to create three dimensional and sculpture like works as well as paintings which deal with perceptions and social connectivity.  See more of the new work below.
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supersonicart:


Scott Albrecht, “The Distance Between Two Points.”
Artist Scott Albrecht will be presenting a new body of work in a solo show entitled “The Distance Between Two Points" starting on Friday, October 3rd at Art in the Age in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Albrecht incorporates wood working and typography to create three dimensional and sculpture like works as well as paintings which deal with perceptions and social connectivity.  See more of the new work below.
Read More

supersonicart:

Scott Albrecht, “The Distance Between Two Points.”

Artist Scott Albrecht will be presenting a new body of work in a solo show entitled “The Distance Between Two Points" starting on Friday, October 3rd at Art in the Age in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Albrecht incorporates wood working and typography to create three dimensional and sculpture like works as well as paintings which deal with perceptions and social connectivity.  See more of the new work below.

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kristinethune:

animation test #2 for possible music video to be released in the foreseeable future… maybe????

(via chiisanako)

ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.
ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.
ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.
ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.
ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.
ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.
ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.
ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via
Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.
From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.
Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.

ryanpanos:

Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013 | Brian Rose | Via

Perhaps no part of Manhattan has changed as dramatically since the 1980s as the Meatpacking District. Located on the Lower West Side, the district has gone from a blue-collar warehouse district with a seedy side into a hyper-luxurious, bustling neighborhood.

From the High Line to the expensive shops and restaurants along the oldcobblestone streets, everything looks quite different from when Brian Rosefirst brought his camera to the Meatpacking District. A young photographer in 1985, Rose spent a few days that winter walking around the area in the mid-afternoon, after the meat markets closed and before the sex clubs opened. Right around the time Rose took his photos, one of those clubs, The Mineshaft, was shut down by the city for permitting ”high-risk sexual activity” during the worsening AIDS epidemic.

Rose never got around to printing the film from that shoot—until 2012. Blown away by what he saw when compared his photographs to those same streets and buildings today, he decided to re-create each shot. The result is an incredible set of then-and-nows in the new book Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013.

bradleycastaneda:

Tonight accommodations. Iceland, Day 2.

(via fourdietcokesaday)

It’s been ten years 
And I’ve got my new set of scars 
From broken hearts and broken arms 
From chasing after where you are 

I’ve cried a couple tears 
Been taking everything too far 
And running around in the dark 
Trying to finish what I couldn’t start 

So who’s gonna love you now 
That gravity brought you down 
Now that I’m not around 
Who’s gonna love you now? 

This is where you disappear 
After playing all your favorite cards 
A father, but just on my charts 
You leave before it gets too hard 

So what are you doing here 
When everyone is at the bar 
Filling in the missing parts 
And here we are 

So who’s gonna love you now 
That gravity brought you down 
Now that I’m not around 
Who’s gonna love you now?

A year from now we’ll all be gone
All our friends will move away

Jellyfish + Eel Bookmark.
Made this for a friend! I am really glad how it turned out!
Jellyfish + Eel Bookmark.
Made this for a friend! I am really glad how it turned out!

Jellyfish + Eel Bookmark.

Made this for a friend! I am really glad how it turned out!

Running on The Default Network
by Boyce