Posts Tagged ‘street art’

Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: Donnie Darko edition

June 11, 2010


via thechocolatebrigade on the tumblr.

I know this guy who claims controversially when drinking in a crowd that he doesn’t like the film Donnie Darko (Richard Kelly, 2001). This guy will say he happens to think that it’s a dumb, boring, pretentious piece of crap that tries too hard, and people only pretend to like it because they’re afraid of looking not-hip. I geniunely love the film Donnie Darko, but it’s okay, because I happen to think that this guy is a dumb, boring, pretentious piece of crap who tries too hard, and people only pretend to like him because they’re afraid of looking not-hip.

Haters to the left.

Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: En francais edition

June 2, 2010


Rue de Coutance, Geneve. Photographed by biphop on the flickr.

“In the black hole, no more assholes.”

Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: Never alone

March 4, 2010

San Vitale tunnel, Bologna, Italy.


No one who walks through this tunnel has to feel alone, because they are surrounded by evidence that other human beings have walked the same path on which they find themselves now. To me this is the purpose of art. This is art at its best, and artists at their most vital: hundreds of people holding hands with you in the dark.



(photo via il CAMA on the flickr.)