This is a picture of me tonight, eating a slice of (incredible) pizza and not wearing any makeup or styled hair and raggedy clothes. This picture is important to me, silly as it may be, because I am at a very particular moment in my life which is making me hyper-aware of the way that women…
This Richard Serra visual joke is making us cry! So good.
One of my favorite Toronto landmarks is somewhat of a secret - to see it you need an international plane ticket. Once you’ve passed security and entered the departure lounge of Toronto Pearson Airport, you’ll find Richard Serra’s grandiose, “Tilted Spheres” (2002-2004). Trust me when I say a healthy dose of jet lag makes its enormous size and trippy echo effect even more surreal. As an added chuckle, I recently came across this photo by Canadian artist, Dean Baldwin, titled “Explaining the Richard Serra at Pearson Airport Using a Red Onion” (2007). Canadian humor is the best.
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A giant rubber duck created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman is towed along Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor on May 2, 2013. “Rubber Duck,” which is 54 feet high, will be in Hong Kong until June 9. Since 2007, the duck has traveled to 10 countries and 12 cities.