(via rxeyes)


I take a lot of solace and inspiration from people who belong to one cultural formation and who have the courage to turn a very critical eye on that formation.
Darby English, MoMA Consulting Curator via NYT

He was overcome by awe, sadness and the birds’ physical beauty: their bright auburn breasts, slate-gray backs and the dusting of iridescence around their napes that, depending on the light and angle, appeared purple, fuchsia or green.
Scientists in the NY Times talking about  de-extinction and the beauty of pigeons. 


hipsandships:

CIBO MATTO - “MFN”


Canto de Iemanja?
Smokey & Miho
The Two EPs


yimmyayo:

Cher

yimmyayo:

Cher


My primo made this awesome video about gourmet food in Mexicali. 

Read his article here: Mexicali gourmet: a revolution in taste


All I’m saying is, there’s no substitute for being sculpted by life. You need to feel the pain, or the absence, or the presence of something evil or whatever it is, and then you need to articulate that through film or novels or painting or whatever craft is available to you.

When I was growing up, we had this print in my family living room. I got used to seeing it on the daily and after a while, it became a part of the wall. When I was a teenager, Diego and Frida paintings were like, yeah whatever. I wanna see something with demon horns or alchemy and impossible birds. But when I scrolled past it in my feed just now, this piñata made me feel wonderful things. It is perfect and right. I am the kid in the blue crying in the corner and my sister is the smiling one with the white moño on her head. And all around us, that is our home.
thinkmexican:
“La Piñata”
Diego Rivera, 1953Children’s Hospital of Mexico

When I was growing up, we had this print in my family living room. I got used to seeing it on the daily and after a while, it became a part of the wall. When I was a teenager, Diego and Frida paintings were like, yeah whatever. I wanna see something with demon horns or alchemy and impossible birds. But when I scrolled past it in my feed just now, this piñata made me feel wonderful things. It is perfect and right. I am the kid in the blue crying in the corner and my sister is the smiling one with the white moño on her head. And all around us, that is our home.

thinkmexican:

“La Piñata”

Diego Rivera, 1953
Children’s Hospital of Mexico


Meow Kobra Holiday Boutique
email meowkobra (at) gmail for more info.  Vintage dresses, accessories,  housewares,  treats!  xo

Meow Kobra Holiday Boutique
email meowkobra (at) gmail for more info.  Vintage dresses, accessories,  housewares,  treats!  xo



Apropiaciones indebidas: Babalu-Ayé
Julio Cesar Peña Peralta

Apropiaciones indebidas: Babalu-Ayé

Julio Cesar Peña Peralta


RFK In The Land Of Apartheid
Jason Moran
TEN