when i erase a word with a pencil where does it go
are you okay
They turn into those eraser shavings and then you swipe them off your desk and they land on the floor and someone steps on them and they stick on their shoe and eventually the person goes home so right now your word is at someones house
maybe its watching them take off their clothes yeah get it word
this fucking site i swear to god
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•my spiritual world•
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This is a drawing about exercise
untitled by kate van bee on Flickr.
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Fifth Element, a book of self-destruction by Marija Strajnic
- Dusan Juric as water
- Isidora Veselinovic as earth
- Marija Knezevic as fire
- Danilo Andjus as air
- Milica Kolaric and Stefan Unkovic as kiss
Dusan, Isidora, Marija and Danilo were asked to make facial expressions as if they were supposed to die by the force of either water, or earth, or fire, or air. Their expressions were photographed, developed and printed as photographs, in order to be undertaken by the destruction process. Result is a book, with a set of 16 interactive portraits of the people suffering their own devastation. Each step of the destruction process in this book is interrupted with a successively zoomed kissing scene which encircles those 4 deaths into the Fifth element, showing the impossibility of existing as an Absolute.