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Blind: Oil Paintings
Beautiful series of oil on canvas paintings by Israeli artist Roy Nachum.
“Roy Nachum explores the boundaries between visual and non-visual perception, his artworks are aimed at people both with and without sight. Messages or poems are inserted in Braille to evoke sensation in the blind ‘viewer’ or participant akin to those felt experiencing a painting through sight.
escapekit:

Blind: Oil Paintings
Beautiful series of oil on canvas paintings by Israeli artist Roy Nachum.
“Roy Nachum explores the boundaries between visual and non-visual perception, his artworks are aimed at people both with and without sight. Messages or poems are inserted in Braille to evoke sensation in the blind ‘viewer’ or participant akin to those felt experiencing a painting through sight.
escapekit:

Blind: Oil Paintings
Beautiful series of oil on canvas paintings by Israeli artist Roy Nachum.
“Roy Nachum explores the boundaries between visual and non-visual perception, his artworks are aimed at people both with and without sight. Messages or poems are inserted in Braille to evoke sensation in the blind ‘viewer’ or participant akin to those felt experiencing a painting through sight.
escapekit:

Blind: Oil Paintings
Beautiful series of oil on canvas paintings by Israeli artist Roy Nachum.
“Roy Nachum explores the boundaries between visual and non-visual perception, his artworks are aimed at people both with and without sight. Messages or poems are inserted in Braille to evoke sensation in the blind ‘viewer’ or participant akin to those felt experiencing a painting through sight.
escapekit:

Blind: Oil Paintings
Beautiful series of oil on canvas paintings by Israeli artist Roy Nachum.
“Roy Nachum explores the boundaries between visual and non-visual perception, his artworks are aimed at people both with and without sight. Messages or poems are inserted in Braille to evoke sensation in the blind ‘viewer’ or participant akin to those felt experiencing a painting through sight.
escapekit:

Blind: Oil Paintings
Beautiful series of oil on canvas paintings by Israeli artist Roy Nachum.
“Roy Nachum explores the boundaries between visual and non-visual perception, his artworks are aimed at people both with and without sight. Messages or poems are inserted in Braille to evoke sensation in the blind ‘viewer’ or participant akin to those felt experiencing a painting through sight.
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moretothepicturethanmeetstheeye:

flyypizza:

nobodyontheice:

crystal-poison:

“An anthropologist proposed a game to children in an african tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the children that whoever got there first won the sweet fruits. When he told them to run, they all took eachothers hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats.
When he asked them why they had run like that when one could have had all the fruits for himself, they said ‘UBUNTU, how can one of us be happy if all the others are sad?’ (‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: ‘I am because we are)”

Literally the opposite of the American world view of “I can only be happy if somebody else has less than me”

This is beautiful

Seconded.

My track team got this word on our track shirts.
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todd-johnson:

what even are cats

Everything about this picture is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen.
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euro-trotter:

you can actually pinpoint the moment when he realizes he’s made a huge mistake

Fuck he mean by “huh”
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euro-trotter:

you can actually pinpoint the moment when he realizes he’s made a huge mistake

Fuck he mean by “huh”
he-is-my-future-prodigy:

euro-trotter:

you can actually pinpoint the moment when he realizes he’s made a huge mistake

Fuck he mean by “huh”
he-is-my-future-prodigy:

euro-trotter:

you can actually pinpoint the moment when he realizes he’s made a huge mistake

Fuck he mean by “huh”
he-is-my-future-prodigy:

euro-trotter:

you can actually pinpoint the moment when he realizes he’s made a huge mistake

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odditiesoflife:

Precious Primate Photography
What may very well be the best collection of clothed monkeys ever, US-based photographer Hiroshi Watanabe is featuring these incredible photos in an upcoming exhibit titled Suo Sarumawashi. The series features famous monkey performers of the Samurawashi tradition from Japan, dressed in their traditional performance clothing.
The word “Samurawashi” literally translates to “monkey dancing,” and that’s just what it is. Samurawashi is an acrobatic street-performance featuring clothed Japanese macaques acting out skits. In Japan, it ranks alongside Noh and Kabuki as a traditional artform. Samurawashi was almost a lost art by the 1970’s. However, thanks to the Suo Samurawashi Association (who dedicate their efforts preserving this tradition), Watanabe was able to work with these incredible primates and the results are nothing short of astounding.
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odditiesoflife:

Precious Primate Photography
What may very well be the best collection of clothed monkeys ever, US-based photographer Hiroshi Watanabe is featuring these incredible photos in an upcoming exhibit titled Suo Sarumawashi. The series features famous monkey performers of the Samurawashi tradition from Japan, dressed in their traditional performance clothing.
The word “Samurawashi” literally translates to “monkey dancing,” and that’s just what it is. Samurawashi is an acrobatic street-performance featuring clothed Japanese macaques acting out skits. In Japan, it ranks alongside Noh and Kabuki as a traditional artform. Samurawashi was almost a lost art by the 1970’s. However, thanks to the Suo Samurawashi Association (who dedicate their efforts preserving this tradition), Watanabe was able to work with these incredible primates and the results are nothing short of astounding.
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odditiesoflife:

Precious Primate Photography
What may very well be the best collection of clothed monkeys ever, US-based photographer Hiroshi Watanabe is featuring these incredible photos in an upcoming exhibit titled Suo Sarumawashi. The series features famous monkey performers of the Samurawashi tradition from Japan, dressed in their traditional performance clothing.
The word “Samurawashi” literally translates to “monkey dancing,” and that’s just what it is. Samurawashi is an acrobatic street-performance featuring clothed Japanese macaques acting out skits. In Japan, it ranks alongside Noh and Kabuki as a traditional artform. Samurawashi was almost a lost art by the 1970’s. However, thanks to the Suo Samurawashi Association (who dedicate their efforts preserving this tradition), Watanabe was able to work with these incredible primates and the results are nothing short of astounding.
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odditiesoflife:

Precious Primate Photography
What may very well be the best collection of clothed monkeys ever, US-based photographer Hiroshi Watanabe is featuring these incredible photos in an upcoming exhibit titled Suo Sarumawashi. The series features famous monkey performers of the Samurawashi tradition from Japan, dressed in their traditional performance clothing.
The word “Samurawashi” literally translates to “monkey dancing,” and that’s just what it is. Samurawashi is an acrobatic street-performance featuring clothed Japanese macaques acting out skits. In Japan, it ranks alongside Noh and Kabuki as a traditional artform. Samurawashi was almost a lost art by the 1970’s. However, thanks to the Suo Samurawashi Association (who dedicate their efforts preserving this tradition), Watanabe was able to work with these incredible primates and the results are nothing short of astounding.
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odditiesoflife:

Precious Primate Photography
What may very well be the best collection of clothed monkeys ever, US-based photographer Hiroshi Watanabe is featuring these incredible photos in an upcoming exhibit titled Suo Sarumawashi. The series features famous monkey performers of the Samurawashi tradition from Japan, dressed in their traditional performance clothing.
The word “Samurawashi” literally translates to “monkey dancing,” and that’s just what it is. Samurawashi is an acrobatic street-performance featuring clothed Japanese macaques acting out skits. In Japan, it ranks alongside Noh and Kabuki as a traditional artform. Samurawashi was almost a lost art by the 1970’s. However, thanks to the Suo Samurawashi Association (who dedicate their efforts preserving this tradition), Watanabe was able to work with these incredible primates and the results are nothing short of astounding.
source
odditiesoflife:

Precious Primate Photography
What may very well be the best collection of clothed monkeys ever, US-based photographer Hiroshi Watanabe is featuring these incredible photos in an upcoming exhibit titled Suo Sarumawashi. The series features famous monkey performers of the Samurawashi tradition from Japan, dressed in their traditional performance clothing.
The word “Samurawashi” literally translates to “monkey dancing,” and that’s just what it is. Samurawashi is an acrobatic street-performance featuring clothed Japanese macaques acting out skits. In Japan, it ranks alongside Noh and Kabuki as a traditional artform. Samurawashi was almost a lost art by the 1970’s. However, thanks to the Suo Samurawashi Association (who dedicate their efforts preserving this tradition), Watanabe was able to work with these incredible primates and the results are nothing short of astounding.
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