tarot-sybarite:

A Spread For Your Pet
Description: This is a seven card Tarot spread which should be used when the querent thinks their pet is trying to tell them something. It can also be used ad hoc just in case the querent is missing signals being given by their pet.
Cards:
What the querent’s pet is trying to tell them.
What the pet is feeling - what it desires.
What the querent can do to help their pet.
What the pet needs most at this time.
The pet’s general health.
Something the pet will feel or need in the near future.
Overall outlook for the querent’s pet.

tarot-sybarite:

A Spread For Your Pet

Description: This is a seven card Tarot spread which should be used when the querent thinks their pet is trying to tell them something. It can also be used ad hoc just in case the querent is missing signals being given by their pet.

Cards:

  1. What the querent’s pet is trying to tell them.
  2. What the pet is feeling - what it desires.
  3. What the querent can do to help their pet.
  4. What the pet needs most at this time.
  5. The pet’s general health.
  6. Something the pet will feel or need in the near future.
  7. Overall outlook for the querent’s pet.

(via dreamboatcourtney)

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creaturesofcomfort:

Issey Miyake Bodyworks Exhibition, 1983.

(via actuallygrimes)

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artchipel:

Tomohiro Inaba - 記憶の器. Steel Wire, 1400x200x200 (2011)

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theparisreview:

Say it’s the fifties and you’re hanging out in Nevada, photographing the mushroom clouds from atom-bomb test sites. How do you make sure your photos end up in the newspapers? Simple: Put a ballet dancer in the foreground.
For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

theparisreview:

Say it’s the fifties and you’re hanging out in Nevada, photographing the mushroom clouds from atom-bomb test sites. How do you make sure your photos end up in the newspapers? Simple: Put a ballet dancer in the foreground.

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

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artnet:

Is this what art criticism has come to? Within 24 hours of the MH17 crash site images appearing on television screens around the world, the Guardian’s chief art critic had leapt into action and penned an SEO-savvy “review” of the horrid television images, from an art critic’s perspective. 

artnet:

Is this what art criticism has come to? 
Within 24 hours of the MH17 crash site images appearing on television screens around the world, the Guardian’s chief art critic had leapt into action and penned an SEO-savvy “review” of the horrid television images, from an art critic’s perspective. 

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