youdopia:

This is a 35 minute version of Whole Lotta Love, played live by Led Zeppelin on September 29, 1971, in Osaka, Japan. 

Why would you spend 35 minutes of your time listening to one song? Good question, heretic (for who would question listening to Led Zeppelin?). The answer will astound you. Why listen to one song played for 35 minutes? Because it’s an incredible, badass, medley of songs. 

You get:

  • Whole Lotta Love. That’s enough right there. You’re already getting greedy.
  • Boogie Chillun - A staple in live performances of this song
  • Good Times Bad Times - almost never played live. You should already be on your knees weeping
  • A bunch of 50’s rock and roll songs like Tossin and Turnin and Fortune Teller
  • Twist and Shout. That’s right. You get to hear Led Zeppelin play Twist and Shout live. 
  • A couple of insanely tight riffs and jams unheard elsewhere

You have the time for this. You’re on Tumblr. It’s not like the president is gonna call you to fight super nazis. You’re not synthesizing the cure for the zombie virus. No. This, right here is what you’re doing for the next half hour. Fuck the tator tots. Let them burn. 

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ufansius:

Hauser mit bunter Wasche, “Vorstadt” II (Houses with Colorful Laundry, “Suburb” II) - Egon Schiele

ufansius:

Hauser mit bunter Wasche, “Vorstadt” II (Houses with Colorful Laundry, “Suburb” II) - Egon Schiele

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dynastylnoire:

horcha-ta:

crystal-celeste:

When I was a student, all that was told to me was how much my cultura didn’t matter. How important European art and standards are, and how totally dominant their aesthetic should be. All I wanted to do was tell my story. And I looked nothing like what is considered relevant or beautiful or important by society’s ideals. But I JUST.KEPT.GOING. Here are some of my pieces. I’m here to uplift and change who is in the spotlight. Powerful womyn of color. My indigenous sisters.

Love her!

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

(via black-culture)

sahrai:

'The heavens as they were on April 25, 1384' by the Persian polymath Mahmud ibn Yahya ibn al-Hasan al-Kashi (completed between 1410 - 11)

sahrai:

'The heavens as they were on April 25, 1384' by the Persian polymath Mahmud ibn Yahya ibn al-Hasan al-Kashi (completed between 1410 - 11)

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wolfhalden:

Mummy Portrait of a Girl - Roman Egypt 120-150 AD; Wax colors (encaustic) on sycamore wood.
Mumienbildnis eines Mädchens, römisches Ägypten 120–150 n. Chr.; Wachsfarben (Enkaustik) auf Sykomorenholz.
Source/Quelle: liebieghaus.de

wolfhalden:

Mummy Portrait of a Girl - Roman Egypt 120-150 AD; Wax colors (encaustic) on sycamore wood.

Mumienbildnis eines Mädchens, römisches Ägypten 120–150 n. Chr.; Wachsfarben (Enkaustik) auf Sykomorenholz.

Source/Quelle: liebieghaus.de

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thefrogman:

Art by Rafael Mantesso [instagram]

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

modcarousel:

Lumi by Meneldor Photography.

modcarousel:

Lumi by Meneldor Photography.

blastedheath:

Rodel Tapaya (Filipino, b. 1980), Untitled, 2009. Acrylic on canvas, 75 3/4 x 60 in.

blastedheath:

Rodel Tapaya (Filipino, b. 1980), Untitled, 2009. Acrylic on canvas, 75 3/4 x 60 in.

6woofs:

Well, I was GOING to go to bed…

(via kaijuborn)

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Rappers x Pre-16th Century Art

Meet your new favorite Tumblr! B4XVI is gathering a collection of comparisons between pre-16th century art and famous rappers.

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