CLSTRFX∞XTOPH
twenty-something, timid & fox-like, displaced from the humility of appalachian forests to the hurly-burly of philadelphia, these are his discoveries, his cravings, & the occasional revelation caught in a clusterfuck of digital proportions.
CLSTRFX∞XTOPH
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Juan Caguicla & Christina Dy
Stereo I
This is our second collaboration. The first part of two separate (but intrinsically linked) series. The dynamic of the imagery in both STEREO I and II are one and the same. Both showcase one’s aesthetic that leans to the grotesque, and the other’s unbridled skill in the medium of drawing.The goal in this collaboration, unlike our previous one, is to come up with singular work, and/or piece(s), whilst retaining each other’s individual talents and aesthetics equally, which is why we chose to present this work with as much symmetry as we could muster, given certain parameters we’ve established very early on during the conception stage of this series.Despite us having chosen symmetry and a sort of visual equality for this series, however, we cannot help but feel some sort of unevenness to the work. Maybe it’s because it showcases two different facets and characteristics of two different people, maybe it’s the way the imagery is presented, or maybe both of us just have the need for something slightly off-kilter despite our conscious efforts for symmetry. Whichever the case, WE LIKE IT, and we hope you do too.
—Juan Caguicla and Christina Dy, collaborators, STEREO I, 2009
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beartreadway:

beartreadway:

Peaks
Bear Treadway

One of my favourite photos I’ve taken.
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When contemplating a $15.00 purchase
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coolscar:

They’re evolving
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mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

blackgirlsinked:

Esther Jones, known by her stage name, “Baby Esther,” was a singer and entertainer of the late 1920s. She performed regularly at The Cotton Club in Harlem. Helen Kane saw her act in 1928 and appropriated Jones’ ‘baby’ singing style for a recording of “I Wanna Be Loved By You.” Jones’ style went on to become the inspiration for the voice of Betty Boop.(What I Looked up)

Today in Black people invented everything you hold near and dear…
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break
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siren
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stray
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crawl
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invade
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semblance
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don’t look back
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Had an overdue adventure date with a dear friend to a secret gem of the #poconos. Of course we ended at trippy’s diner. 💕🌄🍔 (pictures to come, of course)
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