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observabledifferences:

vangoghs—ear:

Tragic Anatomies by Jake and Dinos Chapman, 1996The Chapmans’ aim is to unearth the contradictions and hypocrisies present in contemporary culture, posing questions but providing no answers.“There’s nothing we’ve done here that can rival the darkness of the imaginations of children. They aren’t the innocents that adults want them to be.” -J.C.

observabledifferences:

vangoghs—ear:

Tragic Anatomies by Jake and Dinos Chapman, 1996

The Chapmans’ aim is to unearth the contradictions and hypocrisies present in contemporary culture, posing questions but providing no answers.

“There’s nothing we’ve done here that can rival the darkness of the imaginations of children. They aren’t the innocents that adults want them to be.” -J.C.

observabledifferences:

vangoghs—ear:

Tragic Anatomies by Jake and Dinos Chapman, 1996The Chapmans’ aim is to unearth the contradictions and hypocrisies present in contemporary culture, posing questions but providing no answers.“There’s nothing we’ve done here that can rival the darkness of the imaginations of children. They aren’t the innocents that adults want them to be.” -J.C.

observabledifferences:

vangoghs—ear:

Tragic Anatomies by Jake and Dinos Chapman, 1996

The Chapmans’ aim is to unearth the contradictions and hypocrisies present in contemporary culture, posing questions but providing no answers.

“There’s nothing we’ve done here that can rival the darkness of the imaginations of children. They aren’t the innocents that adults want them to be.” -J.C.

Let’s take the taboo-ness out of the word HEALING. No one should be ashamed to use that word. We’re all healing. Whether it’s a disease or illness, a destructive behaviour, or misery we’ve brought with us from a past life, stuff comes up. It arises, so it can pass away. It says hello, we heal it. We’re all healing, and we’re all healers.

How someone treats you does not run on a comparison scale. Just because someone isn’t beating you doesn’t mean they’re treating you well. Justifying a person’s actions by saying they’re kinder than everyone else’s doesn’t make them kind, it makes them tolerable based on the level of pain you’re used to. […] If someone drives you to hospital after hitting you with their car, they still hit you with their car. React to the rundown, not the apology.


"I wish I’d partied a little less. People always say ‘be true to yourself.’ But that’s misleading, because there are two selves. There’s your short term self, and there’s your long term self. And if you’re only true to your short term self, your long term self slowly decays."

"I wish I’d partied a little less. People always say ‘be true to yourself.’ But that’s misleading, because there are two selves. There’s your short term self, and there’s your long term self. And if you’re only true to your short term self, your long term self slowly decays."

(Source: humansofnewyork, via loveyourchaos)