thirdmanrecordsofficial:

THIRD MAN RECORDS PRESENTS… 

OLIVIA JEAN BATHTUB LOVE KILLINGS 

Third Man Records is proud to present and exciting new full length album from our favorite Third Man chanteuse… Olivia Jean!

Bathtub Love Killings  is the debut solo LP from Olivia Jean, the multi-instrumentalist who cut her teeth in the Third Man stable backing folks as varied as Karen Elson, Wanda Jackson and Jack White in addition to fronting the much-loved Black Belles. Jean has accrued a lifetime of experience in a few short years, from highlight performances on The Colbert Report, Conan, Late Show With David Letterman and The Grand Old Opry stage to having one of her songs used as the theme for the television series Elvira’s Movie Macabre. 

Produced by Jack White, Bathtub Love Killings showcases Jean as a songwriting force to be reckoned with. Playing damn-near every instrument she could get her hands on, the result is a well-rounded, catchy record that’s chock-a-block full of ear worm moments. 

Bathtub Love Killings will be available everywhere on LP, CD and digital on October 14th. A limited edition lavender colored vinyl version will also be available via Third Man Records.

For more about Olivia Jean and Bathtub Love Killings check out this humdinger of a video, listen to this song sampler, and make sure you follow Olivia on Tumblr & Instagram!

thirdmanrecordsofficial:

THIRD MAN RECORDS PRESENTS…
OLIVIA JEAN BATHTUB LOVE KILLINGS 
Third Man Records is proud to present and exciting new full length album from our favorite Third Man chanteuse… Olivia Jean!
Bathtub Love Killings  is the debut solo LP from Olivia Jean, the multi-instrumentalist who cut her teeth in the Third Man stable backing folks as varied as Karen Elson, Wanda Jackson and Jack White in addition to fronting the much-loved Black Belles. Jean has accrued a lifetime of experience in a few short years, from highlight performances on The Colbert ReportConanLate Show With David Letterman and The Grand Old Opry stage to having one of her songs used as the theme for the television series Elvira’s Movie Macabre
Produced by Jack White, Bathtub Love Killings showcases Jean as a songwriting force to be reckoned with. Playing damn-near every instrument she could get her hands on, the result is a well-rounded, catchy record that’s chock-a-block full of ear worm moments. 
Bathtub Love Killings will be available everywhere on LP, CD and digital on October 14th. A limited edition lavender colored vinyl version will also be available via Third Man Records.
For more about Olivia Jean and Bathtub Love Killings check out this humdinger of a video, listen to this song sampler, and make sure you follow Olivia on Tumblr & Instagram!
Wood, stone, metal.
mpdrolet:

Günther Uecker, 1968
Lothar Wolleh

mpdrolet:

Günther Uecker, 1968

Lothar Wolleh

theoutsidders:

Patio das Escolas - Gonçalo Byrne 
Coimbra
Foto: Ultimas Reportagens
"This particular place is known as a space of architectural reference in the entire universe of the Coimbra University.
 This requalification was an intervention with an area of approximately of 6.000 sq. m. This space stays in the Upper City of Coimbra and it was used as a car parking which partly justifies extensive gravel coating on its surface giving it an overly harsh ambience."
LINK Europa Concorsi

theoutsidders:

Patio das Escolas - Gonçalo Byrne 

Coimbra

Foto: Ultimas Reportagens

"This particular place is known as a space of architectural reference in the entire universe of the Coimbra University.
 This requalification was an intervention with an area of approximately of 6.000 sq. m. This space stays in the Upper City of Coimbra and it was used as a car parking which partly justifies extensive gravel coating on its surface giving it an overly harsh ambience."

LINK Europa Concorsi

(via portuguese-history)

likeafieldmouse:

Robert Rauschenberg - Erased De Kooning Drawing (1953)
"In 1953 Robert Rauschenberg approached Willem de Kooning with a strange request: he asked for one of De Kooning’s drawings and explained he wanted to erase it. After some persuasion, De Kooning agreed and offered Rauschenberg one of his best pieces of work - one that he would miss to make it more difficult for Rauschenberg to erase. The result has become a cherished work from that period."

likeafieldmouse:

Robert Rauschenberg - Erased De Kooning Drawing (1953)

"In 1953 Robert Rauschenberg approached Willem de Kooning with a strange request: he asked for one of De Kooning’s drawings and explained he wanted to erase it. After some persuasion, De Kooning agreed and offered Rauschenberg one of his best pieces of work - one that he would miss to make it more difficult for Rauschenberg to erase. The result has become a cherished work from that period."

pantoofle:

Jack White (LOC) by The Library of Congress on Flickr.
Jack White (LOC)

pantoofle:

Jack White (LOC) by The Library of Congress on Flickr.

Jack White (LOC)

goldenbaufield:

Luc Tuymans Body 1990
Raoul De Keyser Recover 2003

goldenbaufield:

Luc Tuymans Body 1990

Raoul De Keyser Recover 2003

ode-to-psyche:

Filthy tight, the dress is filthy
I’m falling flat and my arms are empty
Clear the way, better get it out of this room
A fallen woman in dancing costume

foretpaisible:

Raoul de Keyser ‘The Things I see’, Loketten, Brussels
painting: The Unanswered Question, 1972

foretpaisible:

Raoul de Keyser ‘The Things I see’, Loketten, Brussels

painting: The Unanswered Question, 1972

julianminima:

Raoul De Keyser

julianminima:

Raoul De Keyser

fullbloom:

(via how to make a baby elephant float)