1. cynicalidealism:

    A Reuters photographer took this photograph of a fight in Ukrainian Parliament that is perfectly-composed by the classical standards of Renaissance art. #GoldenSpiral #BitchFight

     
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  3. thatsnotwatyourmomsaid:

    easily my favorite picture in the world

    (Source: jockjams, via uglypnis)

     
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  7. stylishfilms:

    Last Night (2010)

     
  8. alteregodiego:

    Fireplace

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  9. "For centuries, the myth of the lone genius has towered over us, its shadow obscuring the way creative work really gets done. The attempts to pick apart the Lennon-McCartney partnership reveal just how misleading that myth can be, because John and Paul were so obviously more creative as a pair than as individuals, even if at times they appeared to work in opposition to each other. The lone-genius myth prevents us from grappling with a series of paradoxes about creative pairs: that distance doesn’t impede intimacy, and is often a crucial ingredient of it; that competition and collaboration are often entwined. Only when we explore this terrain can we grasp how such pairs as Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, William and Dorothy Wordsworth, and Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy all managed to do such creative work. The essence of their achievements, it turns out, was relational. If that seems far-fetched, it’s because our cultural obsession with the individual has obscured the power of the creative pair."
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    Joshua Wolf Shenk, author of The Power of Two: Finding the Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs, explores the power of creative duos in an essay for The Atlantic. 

    Complement with a brief history of the genius myth.

    (via explore-blog)

    (Source: explore-blog)

     
  10. belle-jolie:

    "In any other time in the 20th century, they could have been in love. Except for that one time.”

    —Quentin Tarantino

    (via hollywhood)