August 2nd
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4:02 pm

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August 2nd
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3:03 am

FROM ALICIA ERIS’S NEW PHOTO BLOG

FROM ALICIA ERIS’S NEW PHOTO BLOG

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July 26th
6 notes
2:53 pm

studiosuperlatif:

R E A D - L E E R

July 26th
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2:53 pm

studiosuperlatif:

R E A D - L E E R

July 16th
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3:59 pm

happiness4hippiez:

Retrospective ‘12 EP. Stay tuned. “I Moved On” will be released July 30.

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May 30th
12:30 am

Tijuana Brass (2013)

Two weeks ago Zaid and I roamed the dark streets of El Centro, making small stop with our friends from Mexican Fashion.

May 29th
4 notes
11:57 pm

Mother [Thank You] (2013)

May 24th
1 note
11:54 pm

Abooi: Issue 1 (2013)

Abooi: Issue 1 (2013)

May 24th
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11:49 pm
May 24th
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THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS: Art of Costa Rica

happiness4hippiez:

When I found out about this project I was really excited. It focused on topics that I really enjoy learning about and am interested in. The topic I am doing my presentation on is art of Costa Rica. To start off my project, I went on google and researched about the culture of Costa Rica to get a…

Proud of you little Leesha, -Abooi

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April 28th
3 notes
11:18 pm

Bored (2013)

But I am talking on behalf of all of myselfs. All of those rejects and misfits.

All of  the smart kids who have failed for simply being bored and have taken the wrong choices.

All the kids who are lost in the same abstraction, those that feel the same beautiful and perplexing vibes as I do.

This tweets (words) are all for you.

Never forget it is okay to be bored.

Bored (2013)

But I am talking on behalf of all of myselfs. All of those rejects and misfits.

All of the smart kids who have failed for simply being bored and have taken the wrong choices.

All the kids who are lost in the same abstraction, those that feel the same beautiful and perplexing vibes as I do.

This tweets (words) are all for you.

Never forget it is okay to be bored.

April 26th
12:46 am

In Response to the Unpleasant Feeling of Dying (2013)

In Response to the Unpleasant Feeling of Dying (2013)

April 21st
1 note
3:46 pm

Hello, and do Not Forget to Smile (2013)

Hello, and do Not Forget to Smile (2013)

April 21st
3 notes
2:54 pm

Mom & Moca (2012)

My mother and I are polar opposites. She prefers things in life to be as uncomplicated as possible, whereas my artistic nature constantly forces me to think in an unconventional way. Throughout the course of my life, she has been extremely supportive of my artistic interests, yet that does not necessarily mean she understands them.
One weekend we took off to visit the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. As we roamed  through the halls of the galleries, we seemed separated both physically and mentally. As we skimmed through the walls, she remained skeptical, as I grew enthusiastic. Finally, we both stopped and looked at the exact same piece.  Rather peculiar, the image depicted the Golden Gate Bridge, which was surrounded by a cubic structure as if it was some form of  tunnel. The exterior walls looked like cut outs of an abstract forest. I loved it. 
Just as I was about to express my fascination, my mother interrupted. She said, “That is quite absurd. You do something like that, and you call it… art?”
I was in a paralytic state for seconds before I could answer. I looked at her and walked her to a bench in the middle of the humongous gallery. I explained to her that art is a universal codification of the greatest irrational manifest of all time. Therefore, it is not to be crystal clear. It is supposed to cause an emotion for something that you have never seen. Its main purpose is not to be clear; it is to be subjective. 
My mom remained quiet in a state of reflection. She smiled back and for the first time in a long time did not question my opinion or ignore me. With a sigh of respect and pride, she told me, “Adrian, I like your thinking. Even though it is not clear to me, I am glad you think in ways I was never able to.”.
She and I come from two different worlds, two different perspectives. I have been blessed with the opportunity to achieve and learn more than she ever did; that does not mean one is smarter than the other. We may not see the world through the same eyes, but her willingness to support me shows that even though she has a hard time understanding what I have to say, she believes in me.

PS: Thanks for the help Mamma Lillian.

Mom & Moca (2012)

My mother and I are polar opposites. She prefers things in life to be as uncomplicated as possible, whereas my artistic nature constantly forces me to think in an unconventional way. Throughout the course of my life, she has been extremely supportive of my artistic interests, yet that does not necessarily mean she understands them.
One weekend we took off to visit the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. As we roamed through the halls of the galleries, we seemed separated both physically and mentally. As we skimmed through the walls, she remained skeptical, as I grew enthusiastic. Finally, we both stopped and looked at the exact same piece. Rather peculiar, the image depicted the Golden Gate Bridge, which was surrounded by a cubic structure as if it was some form of tunnel. The exterior walls looked like cut outs of an abstract forest. I loved it.
Just as I was about to express my fascination, my mother interrupted. She said, “That is quite absurd. You do something like that, and you call it… art?”
I was in a paralytic state for seconds before I could answer. I looked at her and walked her to a bench in the middle of the humongous gallery. I explained to her that art is a universal codification of the greatest irrational manifest of all time. Therefore, it is not to be crystal clear. It is supposed to cause an emotion for something that you have never seen. Its main purpose is not to be clear; it is to be subjective.
My mom remained quiet in a state of reflection. She smiled back and for the first time in a long time did not question my opinion or ignore me. With a sigh of respect and pride, she told me, “Adrian, I like your thinking. Even though it is not clear to me, I am glad you think in ways I was never able to.”.
She and I come from two different worlds, two different perspectives. I have been blessed with the opportunity to achieve and learn more than she ever did; that does not mean one is smarter than the other. We may not see the world through the same eyes, but her willingness to support me shows that even though she has a hard time understanding what I have to say, she believes in me.

PS: Thanks for the help Mamma Lillian.

April 21st
2 notes
2:54 am

Chavs Cream (2013)

Little Chavs.

Chavs Cream (2013)

Little Chavs.

April 5th
7:23 pm

Abööi (2013)

Slightly inspired by the Bauhaus movement.

Abööi (2013)

Slightly inspired by the Bauhaus movement.

s.t.