Letting Go

‘From beginning to end, the path of dharma is about letting go. As we let go of one thing along the way, we find ourselves attaching to the next. As we let go of gross attachments, we find our more subtle attachments becoming heightened. For instance, we may let go of material possessions, but then find ourselves totally attached to our philosophy of simplicity. It is hard to let go of things, harder to let go of ideas, and even harder to let go of spiritual pretensions. Over time, as we familiarize ourselves with the many subtle twists and turns of letting go, we begin to be more savvy about how ego steps in to appropriate the entire process. In the millions of minidecisions we make day by day and moment by moment, we are challenged each time either to let go or to resolidify.’

- Judith Lief, Letting Go, from the Fall 2006 issue of Tricycle: The Buddhist Review.

I just got it. When you Google Tyler’s and past blurryface’s header it gives you a link to the posts about an antidepressants called Tricyclic. They’re used to deal with depression, anxiety and many other problems, but they have a side affect: blurry vision. Here comes the final part.. The person in the header is riding a tricycle. Tricyclic and tricycle… IDEK maybe I’m just making it up and there’s literally no connection


well… I only can upload ten pictures D:

this is the part 1 of a mini comic that I’m working ><

it’s about Itachi and Shisui when they were still a child

I’ll gonna get  part 2 done quickly :D

update : The part 2 is here



Art project from VJsuave is a projection unit fitted to a tricycle, designed to display animated childrens pictures in public spaces and encourage play:

Vjsuave has two audiovisual tricycles adapted with a projector, computer, speakers and batteries. They’re used so that the small narratives with characters and poetry can travel open spaces, lighting the walls on a large scale. The projections illuminate walls, trees, lakes, sidewalks and propose a playful interactivity with the public. With the video manipulated in real time, Suaveciclos bring art to all audiences and create unique moments between the city and the viewer.



These pixelated versions of everyday objects looks like they’re made of LEGO bricks, but they’re actually works of ceramic sculpture created by Japanese artist Toshiya Masuda. For a playful series entitled Low Pixel Masuda has sculpted everything from a fried egg and a pair of running shoes to a life-size tricycle, a cigarette burning in an ashtray, and wilting flowers. Each sculpture is a tangible work of art that looks like it would blend right into the background of an 8-bit video games.

Visit his Toshiya Masuda’s website to view more from his series.

[via Booooooom!]

The Lonely Tricycle, 2008.  Just about eight years ago, and right before their unceremonious destruction, I visited the wards of Worcester State Hospital one final time.  I came across this strange tricycle, certainly an oddity on a ward for adult patients.  The area being pitch black, I lit it with a bunch of LED lanterns and torches, and grabbed a photograph.  While “the lonely chair” has become something of a cliché in modern ruins photography, “the lonely tricycle” seems rather singular.

Print available here.

[Patreon] - [Facebook] - [The Kingston Lounge]