Make It Stop

philamuseum:

Happy birthday to sculptor and textile artist Robert Morris, born on this day in 1931 in Kansas City. A pioneer of Minimalism, Morris turned to figurative art in the late 1970s and early 1980s to create a series of works dealing with the threat of nuclear annihilation. Sleeping too soundly this winter? Maybe you need one of Morris’s “Restless Sleeper” bedsheet ensembles, like this set created at Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop. Click through to read the alarming message printed on the pillowcases.“Printed Textile: Restless Sleeper / Atomic Shroud,” 1981, by Robert Morris, © Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

philamuseum:

Happy birthday to sculptor and textile artist Robert Morris, born on this day in 1931 in Kansas City. A pioneer of Minimalism, Morris turned to figurative art in the late 1970s and early 1980s to create a series of works dealing with the threat of nuclear annihilation. Sleeping too soundly this winter? Maybe you need one of Morris’s “Restless Sleeper” bedsheet ensembles, like this set created at Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop. Click through to read the alarming message printed on the pillowcases.

Printed Textile: Restless Sleeper / Atomic Shroud,” 1981, by Robert Morris, © Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

THIS IS THE JOY THAT’S SELDOM SPREAD
THESE ARE THE TEARS…
THE TEARS WE SHED
THIS IS THE FEAR
THIS IS THE DREAD
THESE ARE THE CONTENTS OF MY HEAD
AND THESE ARE THE YEARS THAT WE HAVE SPENT
AND THIS IS WHAT THEY REPRESENT
AND THIS IS HOW I FEEL

DO YOU KNOW HOW I FEEL?

THIS IS THE BOOK I NEVER READ
THESE ARE THE WORDS I NEVER SAID
THIS IS THE PATH I’LL NEVER TREAD
THESE ARE THE DREAMS I’LL DREAM INSTEAD

hephs-thighs:

*patiently waits for unsuspecting bloggers to assume Shannon was there as Jared’s boyfriend*

You guys are killing me this morning. #aintitthetruth

(via ladyghanima)

jaredleto:

"In memory everything seems to happen to music." - Tennessee Williams 

Personal Jesus

jaredleto:

"In memory everything seems to happen to music." - Tennessee Williams 

Personal Jesus