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Medusa by Barry Windsor-Smith, 1970

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(via David Morris: Should Tax Payers Subsidize Charitable Contributions? - Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics)

If we give because our brains are hard wired to give or because we are happier when we share, then why subsidize giving? After all, the National Retail Federation estimates this Christmas season we will spend $545 billion on gifts, almost three times as much as we will give to charitable causes, without any tax breaks for doing so.

Indeed, a tax deduction does not appear the determining reason the vast majority of people give to charitable causes nor would a reduction in the subsidy significantly reduce the amount given to charity. Overall, about 40 percent of contributions are not tax deductible. Only about a third of people who file tax returns itemize their deductions. Even among households earning over $120,000 per year, about 60 percent do not itemize their deductions.

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The Creators of NYC: Geometric Artist Aakash Nihalani

Josh Wool spent a decade as an executive chef, opening restaurants across the south. But all that changed in 2010, when the carpal tunnel in his hands meant he could no longer work. To keep from going stir crazy, he picked up a camera and found his next calling. Two years, thousands of portraits, and a move to New York later, Wool is documenting the people who inspire him on a daily basis. Welcome to Creators of NYC.

Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani is at the forefront of the next generation of modern artists working in New York. His work in spray paint and tape can be found not only on the walls of private collectors but in and around the streets of New York. I met up with Aakash in his Williamsburg studio, where he was preparing for a solo show.

How do you describe your art?

It’s hard … I usually direct people to look up an image on their phone. But I think at the barest, the work is about perspective, playing with our idea of three-dimensional space within a two-dimensional plane using tape as my primary medium, often in urban environments.

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storyboard:

The Creators of NYC: Geometric Artist Aakash Nihalani

Josh Wool spent a decade as an executive chef, opening restaurants across the south. But all that changed in 2010, when the carpal tunnel in his hands meant he could no longer work. To keep from going stir crazy, he picked up a camera and found his next calling. Two years, thousands of portraits, and a move to New York later, Wool is documenting the people who inspire him on a daily basis. Welcome to Creators of NYC.

Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani is at the forefront of the next generation of modern artists working in New York. His work in spray paint and tape can be found not only on the walls of private collectors but in and around the streets of New York. I met up with Aakash in his Williamsburg studio, where he was preparing for a solo show.

How do you describe your art?

It’s hard … I usually direct people to look up an image on their phone. But I think at the barest, the work is about perspective, playing with our idea of three-dimensional space within a two-dimensional plane using tape as my primary medium, often in urban environments.

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joylajaxx:

Relax. Bathe.

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fuckyournoguchicoffeetable:

Fuck your ombré stairs.

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romkids:

Bird of Prey claw. Fun to think that theropod feet would have a similar look.

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storyboard:

The Creators of NYC: Geometric Artist Aakash Nihalani

Josh Wool spent a decade as an executive chef, opening restaurants across the south. But all that changed in 2010, when the carpal tunnel in his hands meant he could no longer work. To keep from going stir crazy, he picked up a camera and found his next calling. Two years, thousands of portraits, and a move to New York later, Wool is documenting the people who inspire him on a daily basis. Welcome to Creators of NYC.

Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani is at the forefront of the next generation of modern artists working in New York. His work in spray paint and tape can be found not only on the walls of private collectors but in and around the streets of New York. I met up with Aakash in his Williamsburg studio, where he was preparing for a solo show.

How do you describe your art?

It’s hard … I usually direct people to look up an image on their phone. But I think at the barest, the work is about perspective, playing with our idea of three-dimensional space within a two-dimensional plane using tape as my primary medium, often in urban environments.

Read More


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Sometimes I think live in the future.. Made this 3 years ago.. Jah Rasta Fairy up in this bitch!! xx

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Volkskrant Magazine (Netherlands)

Newest cover Volkskrant Magazine

Artwork by ace Overburen agency

Volkskrant Magazine is the saturday supplement from Volkskrant Magazine (the biggest quality newspaper in the Netherlands)

Editor in chief: Corinne van Duin
Art Director: Jaap Biemans
Design: Aleid Bos
Photo editor: Heike Gulker
Editors: Machteld van Hulten & Theo Stielstra 
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Dots and diagonal stripe print on cotton.  Unknown manufacturer.  1906.

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