Generative fashion design: Fashion between art and technology - Goethe-Institut
In times in which aesthetic standards for Google’s high-tech head-worn display “Glass” are being sought, designers are demonstrating that linkages between art, technology and fashion often show the most promise where technological aspects serve to realise a conceptual idea.
8 weeks ago
Image-to-Image Demo - Affine Layer
The pix2pix model works by training on pairs of images such as building facade labels to building facades, and then attempts to generate the corresponding output image from any input image you give it. The idea is straight from the pix2pix paper, which is a good read.
9 weeks ago
(1) Building Global Community
It's an honor to be on this journey with you. Thank you for being part of this community, and thanks for everything you do to make the world more open and connected.
journalism  zuckerberg  facebook  manifesto 
9 weeks ago
Danny Lyon's Photography Is a Great Lesson for the Trump Era
Were there any artists who documented the rise of Trump? His rallies, his voters, his America? The election was a return to history, though liberals were perhaps too sure of themselves to see it at the time: Where is the history painting? Where are all the close-in pictures of fomenting populist rage, racism, nativism, bigotry? As far as I know, no artist captured this. (Or all did in abstract, still indiscernible ways.
10 weeks ago
Best of 2016: 100 kostenlose Iconsets | DR. WEB MAGAZIN
Best of 2016: 100 kostenlose Iconsets
30. Januar 2017 Nataly Birch Best-of HTML/CSS/PSD-Ressourcen, Essentials, Icons & Fonts 2
icons  icon  sets  set 
10 weeks ago
Selling out or buying in?: Looking at artists + their merch as an act of self-support | atractivoquenobello
For many contemporary artists, the notion of a lucrative art practice is an oxymoron. With it one becomes accustomed to perpetual labour, a mix of both paid and unpaid work, where everyone becomes burnt out. But there appears to be something interesting emerging from between the polarized economic model of being either successful or’unsuccessful’ as an artist; a desire for a more horizontal redistribution of wealth and to find financial autonomy from the institutional gatekeepers of an industry. The white-washed elephant in the room is the fact that the hierarchy of accomplishment is a biased one, steeped in structural violence. It comes as no surprise, then, that the evolution of making (for some) is in some ways attempting to sever this unequal umbilical cord by producing and selling their own products.
january 2017
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january 2017
A Trumpist Manifesto - Los Angeles Review of Books
A Trumpist Manifesto
Believing that the true avant-garde is that which cleanses the present of the past, and that this cleansing is vital to the work of art, the work of art being to destroy all prior works of art, being nothing but slack proof of failed promise, the present being always better than the past:
vanessa_place  trump  trumpism 
january 2017
How a group of Redditors is creating a fake stock market to figure out the value of memes - The Verge
Like jokes, dreams, and teen culture, it’s uncool to explain a meme. Explanations take effort, and effort is antithetical to an art form that begs to be perceived as effortless.

r/MemeEconomy is a quirky solution, a subreddit in which people discuss memes as if they’re real-world commodities. If a meme is just beginning to bubble up online, you say you’re going to BUY. If a meme has peaked, you SELL, SELL, SELL. No real money is involved. The game is just an artifice with which to vocalize your commentary as a knowledgeable insider. It’s intentionally tongue in cheek, talking “investments” without seeming too invested.
january 2017
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Collection of nearly three hours of industrial music composed by Chu Ishikawa for Shinya Tsukamoto's series of Tetsuo films, also including the Nine Inch Nails song featured in the closing credits of the third movie as the closing track. This box set was released in 2010 by Sony Music Japan and was the first time
december 2016
9 Artists Who Depicted the Power of the Pussy | SLUTEVER
Just an FYI: we know that vagina is actually the internal organ. The genitalia that is exposed when you’re in the nude, colloquially called the “vagina,” is really called the “vulva.” For the purpose of this article, we are using “vagina” to generally refer to the genitals that have been represented in the name of #art.

Below are artists who have exhibited vaginas, both from their own bodies and from others’, in all of their glory. Oh, and if you like this, check out the article I wrote last year, A Brief History of Period Art :)
power  of  the  pussy  feminist  femal  art 
december 2016
Kathy Prendergast - Exhibitions - Kerlin Gallery
Kathy Prendergast, Atlas, 2016, set of 100 AA Road Atlas of Europe, ink, trestle tables, 30.5 x 43.5 x 1 cm / 12 x 17.1 x .4 in Atlas size each, 70.4 x 54.4 x 38 cm / 27.7 x 21.4 x 15 in table size each  
atlas  books  black  europe  tables 
december 2016
Poor Frank Raw
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Chop it out and patch the surface with a piece of the same stone, then re-carve on top of the patch
Leave it alone. The customer is probably illiterate and will never notice.
grabstein  tombstones  error  mistake  overwrite  write 
december 2016
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december 2016
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petra  cortright  gif  website 
december 2016
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somalia  techno  dance  disco  afrika 
december 2016
Invisible Images (Your Pictures Are Looking at You) – The New Inquiry
OUR eyes are fleshy things, and for most of human history our visual culture has also been made of fleshy things. The history of images is a history of pigments and dyes, oils, acrylics, silver nitrate and gelatin–materials that one could use to paint a cave, a church, or a canvas. One could use them to make a photograph, or to print pictures on the pages of a magazine. The advent of screen-based media in the latter half of the 20th century wasn’t so different: cathode ray tubes and liquid crystal displays emitted light at frequencies our eyes perceive as color, and densities we perceive as shape.
algorithms  meme  images  palacz 
december 2016
A Dog Has Died Poem by Pablo Neruda - Poem Hunter
A Dog Has Died - Poem by Pablo Neruda
My dog has died.
I buried him in the garden
next to a rusted old machine.
december 2016
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dreampunk  dream  dreamcatalogue 
november 2016 / slant
The most interesting people are always the monsters.
Luckily, we are so many.

Vanessa Place is a criminal defense artist.
vanessa_place  on  the  election 
november 2016
Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "Every time I speak of the haters and losers I do so with great love and affection. They cannot help the fact that they were born fucked up!"
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october 2016
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[…] Desiderata of Interplanetary Internetworking 2010-04-29 / 10:38 PM Go thoughtfully in the knowledge that all interplanetary communication derives from the modulation of radiated energy, and sometimes a planet will be between the source and the destination. Therefore rely not on end-to-end connectivity at any time, for the universe does not work that way. Neither rely on ample bandwidth, for power is scarce out there and the bit error rates are high. Know too that signal strength drops off by the square of the distance, and there is a lot of distance. Consider the preciousness of interplanetary communication links, and restrict access to them with all your heart. Protect also the confidentiality of application data or risk losing your customers. Remember always that launch mass costs money. Think not, then, that you may require all the universe to adopt at once the newest technologies. Be backward compatible. Never confuse patience with inaction. By waiting for acknowledgement to one message before sending the next, you squander tracking pass time that will never come to you again in this life. Send as much as you can, as early as you can, and meanwhile confidently await responses for as long as they may take to find their way to you. Therefore be at peace with physics, and expect not to manage the network in closed control loops — neither in the limiting of congestion nor in the negotiation of connection parameters nor even in on-demand access to transmission bands. Each node must make its own operating choices in its own understanding, for all the others are too far away to ask. Truly the solar system is a large place and each one of us is on his or her own. Deal with it.
text  accumulation  damon  zucconi 
october 2016
stacy leigh has dolls

This was too amazing not to reblog.

october 2016
The Geocities Animated GIF Search Engine

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gif  archive  animated 
october 2016
youtube artifact (@youtubeartifact) | Twitter
youtube artifact
this bot breaks youtube videos. it posts a new image every 150 minutes. by @dontsave
youtube  artifacts 
october 2016
Blade Runner—Autoencoded | Whitney Museum of American Art
The artist and computer scientist Terence Broad built an autoencoder, a type of artificial neural network, and showed it the classic science-fiction film Blade Runner (1982). He trained the autoencoder to remember every individual frame of the film and to reconstruct each one as a memory, on view here. In the original film, a bounty hunter hunts down androids that are so well engineered that they are indistinguishable from humans. Here, we face a similar challenge, as we trying to identify the original film within the AI’s program’s perception of it.
blade  runner 
october 2016
11 Of The Most Savage Burns In Literature
11 Of The Most Savage Burns In Literature
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october 2016
ekphrasis | originalcopy
Ekphrasis has been considered generally to be a rhetorical device in which one medium of art tries to relate to another medium by defining and describing its essence and form, and in doing so, relate more directly to the audience, through its illuminative liveliness. A descriptive work of prose or poetry, a film, or even a photograph may thus highlight through its rhetorical vividness what is happening, or what is shown in, say, any of the visual arts, and in doing so, may enhance the original art and so take on a life of its own through its brilliant description. One example is a painting of a sculpture: the painting is “telling the story of” the sculpture, and so becoming a storyteller, as well as a story (work of art) itself. Virtually any type of artistic medium may be the actor of, or subject of ekphrasis. One may not always be able, for example, to make an accurate sculpture of a book to retell the story in an authentic way; yet if it’s the spirit of the book that we are more concerned about, it certainly can be conveyed by virtually any medium and thereby enhance the artistic impact of the original book through synergy.
ekphrasis  copy  ocopy 
october 2016
SUPERFLEX/Tools/Supercopy LaCoste
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Tagged: lacoste, cease-and-desist, copy, supercopy, thailandYear: 2002Press images
By adding screen print with the wording ‘SUPERCOPY’ on to copies of LaCoste polo shirts bought at a street market in Thailand SUPERFLEX turns a copy product into a Supercopy – a new original. As a result, LaCoste took legal action against SUPERFLEX.
appropriation  counterfeit 
october 2016
Art you understand | Dry Magazine |
When entering the world of jenny Holzer, we are asked questions about consumerism, torture, death and disease. The language is designed to provoke and disturb. The public art texts have appeared on LED screens, billboards, movie marquees, automobiles, condoms, in news magazines and on websites, as well as being projected into facades, walls, water and mountainsides.

Jenny says that the reason for her use of words as her medium is because, “I wanted to offer content that people – not necessarily art people – could understand”. Besides her “truisms”, Holzer has also written seven books and had a dance project called “Holzer Duet…Truisms”.
jenny  holzer  truisms 
september 2016
Crossed letter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A crossed letter is a manuscript letter which contains two separate sets of writing, one written over the other at right-angles.[1][2] This was done during the early days of the postal system in the 19th century to save on expensive postage charges, as well as to save paper. The technique is also called cross-hatching.[3]

This is distinct from a palimpsest as manuscripts were written this way at one sitting or for the same purpose (such as a diary), rather than being re-used later.
crossed  letter  writing  palimpsest  manuscript 
september 2016
Information – onestar press
onestar press is dedicated to the production of books and multiples by artists.
The overall production of onestar press includes more than 300 books, 300 multiples and artists’ films since 2000. The space and freedom given to artists, the flexibility in the realization of their concepts, the access to and use of new technologies have allowed onestar press to collaborate with international artists on a variety of projects.
artists  books  art  artbooks 
september 2016
As Jeff Bezos has observed, when you “consume” nonperishables like books, newspapers, electronics, and even the copy-dense megasite that is, you’re reading. You’re not eating, not consuming. In fact the signature pastime of the American consumer is now the mental act of processing digital, symbolic data: watching videos, graphics, maps, and images; listening to music and sound cues; and above all reading.
hypertext  hyperlexia 
september 2016
The Vilèm Flusser Archive owns a personal computer associated with the production of a software titled "Flusser-Hypertext". This computer contains a rare working copy of the software which is dependent on the obsolete authoring system HyperCard.

In order to present this interactive variant of Flusser’s work to the public and to save it from being lost with the foreseeable failure of this personal computer’s hardware, its hard disk was imaged and deployed to the bwFLA Emulation as a Service system and combined with a fitting pre-fab emulator and CRT emulation enabled.

"Flusser-Hypertext" is based on a lecture Vilem Flusser gave at the Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe in 1989. The software was produced in the context of Projekt Elektronisches Buch by Bernd Wingert, Knud Böhle, Ulrich Riehm, Team Fidelitas and Hinrich Harms in 1992.
july 2016
Nick Montfort

Computer-Generated Books
Friday 22 July 2016, 2:16 am /books/computational/generation/NaNoGenMo/
Here’s a first effort (drafted, initially, at 2am on July 22) at a bibliography of computer-generated books.

These are books in the standard material sense, somehow printed, whether via print-on-demand or in a print run. I may include chapbooks eventually, as they certainly interest me, but so far I have been focusing on books, however bound, with spines. Books in any language are welcome.

So far I have not included books where the text has been obviously sorted computer (e.g. Auerbach, Reimer) or where a text has been produced repeatedly, obviously by computer (e.g. Chernofsky). Also omitted are computer-generated utilitarian tables, e.g. of logarithms or for artillery firing. Books composed by a process, but without using a computer, are not included.

I have included some strange outliers such as books written with computational assistance (programs were used to generate text and the text was human-assembled/edited/written) and one book that is apparently human written but is supposed to read like a computer-generated book.

I’d love to know about more of these. I’m not as interested in the thousands of computer-generated spam books available for purchase, and have not listed any of these, but let me know if there are specific ones that you believe are worthwhile. I would particularly like to know if some of the great NaNoGenMo books I’ve read are available in print.
computer  generated  books 
july 2016
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july 2016
Net art was always something of an orphan, but a particularly interesting orphan. Shunned by the art world during its formative years, net art never quite fit into the master narratives of art, or technology for that matter. Jodi’s infrastructural modernism, if we can call it that, is interesting because it suspends the distinction between art and technology without making one subservient to the other. Jodi are artists who insist on the importance of seemingly uninteresting technical minutiae, such as character-encoding schemes and other tedious matters. And they are technologists who insist that the beauty of code comes not from function and elegance but from a different set of virtues—dysfunction and inelegance to be sure, but also confusion and excitement, violence and energy. The result is not so much a mechanization of art, nor that clumsy concept “the art of the machine,” but a much more simple and mundane reality: the computer as medium.
june 2016
Beautiful Tomboys of the 1930s
Marianne’s career as a photographer was a very short one and she left behind only a small photographic body of work, created in between 1928 and 1938. She was born in Berlin in 1909 and travelled to Paris at the dawn of the 1930s where she briefly became a pupil of Man Ray. When she returned to Germany, her photographs were published in several leading magazines, but she would soon have to confront the anti-Semitic practices that were coming into play in her home country. Her employers wanted to continue publishing her avant-garde photos, but under a pseudonym to hide her Jewish background.
schwarzenbach  breslauer 
june 2016
Following the sounds of laughter on the streets of Vienna, two documentarians – one collecting photographs, the other collecting words – set out to explore behind the doors of the city’s drinking dens, which are slowly dropping into non-existence. Within them exists another world, where page-3 girls are pinned to the walls, favours are exchanged, fights flare up, and where endless drinking ensues from dawn. In their book Golden Days Before They End, the reflections and anecdotes from Clemens Marschall lend context and meaning to the raw imagery by Klaus Pichler, who with his lens, gets up so close that we can almost smell the age-old fabric of the sofas, and the beer spills and cigarettes that set the mise en scène. The combination of pictures and words sew together the last vestiges of these bars – an ode to the drama, the people, the craziness, and the ritual of Vienna’s Brannweiner.
brandtweiner  wien 
june 2016
most racist ad of the year 2016 is to put on the account of the brand of Chinese detergent qiaobi...

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racism  china 
june 2016
COUNT BACKWARDS FROM TEN: Noah Cicero’s Top 10 Country Songs
Scott McClanahan said in the Fader recently, “I told her that country music was just as much about postmodernism and artifice as Roxy Music was.” Country music used to be existential, country music was full of vulnerable men playing guitars on porches and barns. Country music was not Jesus and guns. What happened? In the 1980s Hank Williams Jr. and the Charlie Daniels Band turned country into self-righteous nationalistic slogans. The rural churches became obsessed with abortion and homosexuality, and the music became shallow basic heartless songs telling stories without epiphanies and the humiliation of being human. The music became an extension of the Republican Party, it became nationalism, and nationalism has no vulnerability, and without vulnerability there is no music.

I’ve put mostly upbeat songs, so you can listen in your car on a road trip.
country  noah  cicero 
june 2016
10 Notorious Female Hackers
Hacking, the art of writing computer code, and manipulating computer hardware has traditionally kept men at the top of the field, and that is why many are surprised to hear that there are a handful of women that have found a place in this world. It remains an evolving, multi-billion dollar industry as some hackers are often blamed for causing irreparable damage while others are simultaneously credited for some of the biggest breakthroughs in technology. No matter what a hacker may be, they are known for their resourcefulness and their knowledge of complex theory, so here is a closer look at ten of the most notorious female hackers and the impact that they have had on the world.
female  hackers 
june 2016
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No Drama

Great new music video for track by Cadenza featuring Avelino and Assassin put together by @pussykrevv is an energetic mix of 3D scanning and pixel sorting glitches:
pixelsorting  nodrama 
may 2016
Crying On Cameras
Carly Rae Jepsen’s recent music video for “Boy Problems” doesn’t have any boys in it. The thirty-year-old singer sits crying in a dimly lit bedroom decorated to a high-school girl’s liking, wearing a tiara and black spaghetti-strap dress fit for prom night. Embellished by artificial twinkles, she sings I think I broke up with my boyfriend today/ But I don’t really care/ I’ve got worse problems, and takes selfies on a pink tablet decorated with stickers shaped like broken hearts.


In a talk given at the 2015 Superscript conference held at the Walker Art Center, The New Inquiry editor-in-chief Ayesha Siddiqi expressed her concern regarding this reality. While acknowledging the importance of the volume and visibility that online platforms afford typically marginalized communities, she also asserted that, for social media corporations, online communities are a commodity and the social movements that rely on them are totally and unavoidably vulnerable to their mediation and surveillance. On Instagram, for example, that often manifests in direct censorship that specifically targets women, literally limiting the visibility of their bodies and confining expression to the company’s terms of use.

That’s why, Siddiqi argues, online visibility does not simply equal power.

But female empowerment — or at least some illusion of it — is undeniably on trend in American popular culture. It’s in everything from Rihanna’s man-killing music videos to the new line of differently-sized Barbies to Hillary Clinton’s #ImWithHer hashtag. In many ways, it’s a massive triumph for American women to be able to enjoy these generally positive depictions of womanhood and girlhood (not to say that those representations even begin to overwhelm the mass of harmful depictions that persist). But that popularity also means that we’ve arrived at a moment in which commercial tactics can easily be made to look like a form of feminist resistance.
feminism  thirdwavefeminism  commercials  playboy 
may 2016
Virtual Aircraft Cabin Noise Machine | Free & Online
The noise, without the altitude
You like our Fan Noise but want to try something bigger? What about the turbines of an aircraft? The steady sound present in the passenger's cabin is often felt as soothing and can help mute distracting or sudden noises.
Without a boarding pass, enter the aircraft and choose your seat: economy is the best when it comes to noise!
noise  generator  ambient 
may 2016
Antony Cairns - Roman Road
Comprising a collection of photographic assemblages printed on computer punch cards, Antony Cairns’ OSC – Osaka Station City features images from his latest series and explores his new experiments with alternative printing methods.


During his recent residency at the Benrido Collotype Atelier in Japan, Cairns visited the large port city of Osaka adding to his documentation of cities at night. Captivated by the maze-like site that his train pulled into, his OSC – Osaka Station City series is a collection of twenty-five photographs captured at the newly renovated station and its surrounding environment.


Continuing his idea of creating artworks using recycled materials from the early digital age, Cairns envisioned a way of producing his new imagery on a larger scale, creating unique photographic montages comprised of either twenty-four or forty-eight tinted punch cards. OSC – Osaka Station City is the first of the artist’s series to present his imagery upon coloured paper, progressing a novel experience of his growing archive.
architecture  print  punching  cards 
may 2016
Anton Krakowski
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lookbook  streetstyle  anton  krakowski 
may 2016
Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set
International Organization for Standardization
Organisation internationale de normalisation
Международная организация по стандартизации
Doc Type: Working Group Document
Title: Proposal to add Medievalist punctuation characters to the UCS
Source: UC Berkeley Script Encoding Initiative (Universal Scripts Project)
Authors: Michael Everson (editor), Peter Baker, Florian Grammel, Odd Einar Haugen
Status: Liaison Contribution
Action: For consideration by JTC1/SC2/WG2 and UTC
Date: 2016-01-25
Replaces: N3193 (L2/07-004) 2007-01-09
1. Introduction. A set of characters used by specialists in medieval European philology, palaeography,
and linguistics has long been absent from the Universal Character Set. This proposal requests 21
punctuation characters be added for support of medieval European linguistic and literary research and
publication. If this proposal is accepted, the following characters will be encoded:
emoji  medieval  punctuation 
may 2016
“And yes, obviously a burrito emoji will be more in use than medieval punctuation.”
The series of frustrated messages show a deepening rift between those who adhere to the organization’s original mission to code old and obscure and minority languages and those who are investing time and resources toward Unicode’s newer and most popular character sets: emojis, a quirky periodic table of ideograms and smiley faces that cover everything from bemused laughter to swirling, smiling piles of poop. The correspondence offers a peek behind the scenes of the peculiar and little-known organization that’s unexpectedly been tasked with building what some see as the first digital universal language.
may 2016
Meanwhile, the consortium has accepted 79 new emoji proposals as candidates for its next emoji release (many of which are expected to be inducted in June), including “drooling face,” “selfie,” “wilted flower,” “croissant,” “stuffed flatbread,” “shallow pan of food,” and “modern pentathlon.”
may 2016
Despite its image of rapid technological change, progress under capitalism has stalled. Spinning ever faster is not the same as going somewhere. Contemporary Accelerationism wants to take off the brakes, and it is enlisting art's help to do so.
april 2016
William Gibson Retweeted
The Numi ‏@OhThatNumi Apr 20
What I love about this Concept artist's work is that it looks like a fashion label lookbook.
fashion  art  conceptual 
april 2016
RT : Happy 420 everyone! A'ight!!
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april 2016
The book is dead, long live the book! - Books From The Future
With the rise of the e-book, a lot of ink has been spilled
on the supposed death of the printed word.
Book lover and science fiction aficionado,
the graphic designer Frédéric Tacer commits himself
to demonstrate the existence of tomorrow’s printed matter
by gathering all the occurrences of
books, newspapers and magazines
in popular movies and TV shows set in the future.
books  from  the  future 
april 2016
Heute vor 22 Jahren erschienen. Klassiker eines Klassikers.
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april 2016
[no title]
<a href="#" rel="rondel">
<p>Poem of 2 stanzas<br />of 4 verses and a 5 verses.<br />
Originating in French lyric poetry.<br />
Works best for declarations of love and delicate feelings.</p>
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generator  twitter  poet  bot 
april 2016
Émilie Pillet
Deep Blue
Happily Ever After
Kobe 1995
Alec Soth
Animated Poster 3
Lightopia 4

print stuff
browsing  history  print 
april 2016
Brutalist Websites

In its ruggedness and lack of concern to look comfortable or easy, Brutalism can be seen as a reaction by a younger generation to the lightness, optimism, and frivolity of todays webdesign.

website  minimalism  brutalism 
april 2016
YoungKira Official
YoungKira Officialvor 1 Woche
BRO! Ich ficke so hart damit!!!! mehr davon! <3
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djflo1995vor 1 Woche
von dir auch mal mehr pls
tim robertz
tim robertzvor 1 Woche
+YoungKira Official pls need more stuff von dem Kira Boi der die Leute am killen is mit seinen writing Skills wie dieser Kira Boi
whysl  moneyboy 
april 2016
you gotta good band going there buddy. I picked you for the show myself.
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april 2016
Finally feeling more comfortable riding in traffic after a nice long lesson today on my
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