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Swifties™ :  This is boring, where’s Taylor?  WE NEED TS6.  WHERES THE DAMN ALBUM?!  WE NEED THE  ALBUM.   TAYLORRRR, DROP THE ALBUM! * chants* TS6  TS6 TS6 T-

Taylor:


 Swifties™ :  Taylor  can’t stay hidden forever 

Taylor : HAHAHA

Did y'all forget that I know places? I won’t be found. 

Swifties™ :

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“I think it would be very glamorous to be reincarnated as a great big ring on Liz Taylor’s finger.” –Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again

This philosophical novel, written in 1975 by American artist and Prince of Pop, Andy Warhol (1928-1987), is comprised of “quotable quotes” by the artist on subjects including but not limited to: love, beauty, fame, work, sex, time, death, economics, success, and art. 

One quote I find especially beautiful is:

“I can never get over when you’re on the beach how beautiful the sand looks and the water washes it away and straightens it up and the trees and the grass all look great. I think having land and not ruining it is the most beautiful art that anybody could ever want to own.”

After a successful career in commercial illustrating, Warhol became a renowned, and sometimes controversial, artist. His works were created with a wide-ranging variety of mediums including: hand drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, silk screening, sculpture, film, and music. Andy Warhol is best known as a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. His works are said to “explore the relationship between artistic expression, celebrity culture, and advertising.” His most notable works include: Chelsea Girls, a 1966 film; Exploding Plastic Inevitable, a 1966 exhibit; and the Campbell’s Soup Cans, a 1962 painting.

The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again was not Warhol’s only literary work. He was also the founder of Interview Magazine and wrote a second novel, Popism: The Warhol Sixties

He was also the manager and producer of The Velvet Underground, a rock band that became a leading figure in the Punk Rock movement.

A true Renaissance man.

How ‘bout one more quirky quote from the book?

“When I did my self-portrait, I left all the pimples out because you always should. Pimples are a temporary condition and they don’t have anything to do with what you really look like. Always omit the blemishes—they’re not part of the good picture you want.”

Spoken like a true perfectionist. Solidarity, Warhol.

A signed copy of The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again is housed in MU Special Collections and Rare Book Department.

-Olivia M.

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                                     Ahoy my Boys!


Today, Taylor, the boys, and I went to the beach since Sophia was off with my mother to get her haircut and spend the day with her. Marcello and Mateo absoluetly loved playing in the tides and finding seashells and stars with Taylor. Mai, however, was more content to simply sleep in his carrier while his Mamãe e irmãos played around. I spent my time simply watching the beauty of it. From Taylors laughter and the twins squealing. Its a cherished memory already. 


Once we returned home, my mother dropped Sophia off, and my princess looks dashing in her new haircut. Anywho, we decided to spend the day watching Sing in our pjs(I had to head out later so I decided to stay dress) . Mai spent his time cooing away while glancing around as best as he could.


I also want to take a moment to appreciate Taylor’s stretch marks, her biggest insecurity(I asked her if it was cool for me to post that selfie!) I always would tell her how beautfiful and unique they are, their like the oceans waves on her skin. I can’t help but admire the art that is, maybe next time I’ll show you guy’s mines, though they aren’t as beautifully crafted as Tay’s are, lol. 

1 Hour Encore Countdown

Robin Lord Taylor’s movie The Melancholy Fantastic will stream in I hour. I will post the link to the room 15 minutes before the hour is up. Tonight there will be a double feature with Cory Michael Smith’s short film Dog Food, which I will play right after.

Movie Synopsis: The Melancholy Fantastic (2011) Rating NR -  A strange and gripping holiday tale of grief, love, and the horrors of loneliness.

Movie Synopsis: Dog Food (2014) Rating NR -  A butcher loses his dog.

Originally posted by crowned-in-october

harry is the light of my life