Artist Jay Nelson stopped by the headquarters in Ventura today. Check out his creations and follow his projects @jay. Photo by @fosterhunting
This dude lives in the neighborhood I’ve been staying in!! So talented and wonderful. KQED did a rad special about him and other local artists: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=MbLytE9e4Mk
Next hobby! Whenever I hear good, glitchy/dubby beats I dream about playing in a pop & locky way with a contact ball. Going to start practicing s00000n !
Woke up in a gypsy fort with peppermint poppy muffins in bed & saying good morning to the giant redwood through thee skylight. Hellooo weekend 🌈 (at Berkeley)
There is too much talk about freedom [in Western societies]. Freedom is not a concept. Freedom will happen to you only when your compulsiveness is gone. Today, all of the things that people do compulsively, that is being labeled as freedom. ‘I eat what I want, I drink what I want, I do what I want’, this is not happening out of choice, this is happening out of compulsiveness. When you label compulsiveness as freedom, you will get lost for sure…
This is something that we need to change in our societies; we need to understand what a human being needs is responsibility, that he needs to create and craft his life the way that he wants it.. But right now, there is too much freedom talk. Because of ‘freedom talk’, people think that doing something absurd or freaky is their right. I am not saying that you have to be a conformist, but if your rebellion does not have a purpose then you are rebelling just for the sake of rebelling, and this is not freedom…
Freedom is a state that you arrive at when nothing is driving you. If you just sit here, you can choose what to do.
Nothing is driving you, not your body, not your mind, not social situations, nothing drives you, you can consciously act whichever way you want.
Then you are free.
”—Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev
azealia banks | Tumblr on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/55587871/via/vivalavict
crushing so hard
“Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence. Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance. Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence. Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.” Yoko Ono
I love abstract notions depicted in simple graphics!!!!