olanrogers
olanrogers:

Finally met @gracehelbig & @mametown :) I don’t meet many Youtubers being I live in Nashville but have to say these gals are probably some of the most down to earth, fun, goofy people I’ve ever met. The greatest thing to witness is the friendship they have. It’s not a big show for the camera they’re the freaking exactly the same when the camera’s off which is a very rare & refreshing thing. It’s always a great thing to witness a real friendship.

olanrogers:

Finally met @gracehelbig & @mametown :) I don’t meet many Youtubers being I live in Nashville but have to say these gals are probably some of the most down to earth, fun, goofy people I’ve ever met. The greatest thing to witness is the friendship they have. It’s not a big show for the camera they’re the freaking exactly the same when the camera’s off which is a very rare & refreshing thing. It’s always a great thing to witness a real friendship.

artphotocollector

artphotocollector:

"Who controls the media—the images—controls the culture."—Allen Ginsberg

The artist Tim Parchikov, whose work is currently on exhibit in Cologne, Germany at the Priska Pasquer Gallery, has a quality to his images that is hard to define, yet easy to sense. Based in Paris and Moscow, Parchikov is part of a younger generation of Russian artists whose broader outlook reflects new approaches to political and cultural questions.

While he’s particularly attentive to beautiful light and composition, there’s a wry attitude behind his work. It speaks of someone who isn’t afraid to question, someone who understands that political and cultural meanings are up for grabs. Parchikov’s video work is similarly charged. In an age where the public is fighting for net neutrality, we should all question who controls the flow. --Lane Nevares