Nassim Nicholas Taleb – antifrágil

Algo resiliente resiste aos choques mas se mantém da mesma forma de antes. O antifrágil resiste aos choques e se torna ainda melhor.

algumas coisas “se beneficiam de choques, crescem quando expostas a volatilidade, aleatoriedade, desordem, e situações estressantes e adoram aventura”.

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Cães de madeira de Marcos Sertânia

Papa recebe obra de Marcos Sertânia no Vaticano, entregue por um arcebispo da igreja católica

via:

https://www.uol.com.br/nossa/noticias/redacao/2020/03/05/maos-habilidosas-de-marcos-sertania-transformam-as-dores-do-sertao-em-arte.htm?fbclid=IwAR3axzgBvd0gRKQLNdq-lajSSi56tvtaK-nFY_fv6i7IK6DKeHyUn-xWEAs

Cachorra Baleia

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Pulp Fiction à la Mario Bros.

by Fools Paradise: https://doublefools.blogspot.com/

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get slapped

he who get slapped

he who should get

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Jakub Rozalski – Howling at the Moon

 

The Polish artist Jakub Rozalski, who goes by the sobriquet “Mr. Werewolf,” has produced an amusing series of steampunk-ish canvases in which serene and idyllic rustic landscapes of what seem to be Eastern Europe (Rozalski’s very back yard, you might say) in the early decades of the 20th century feature the prominent and inexplicable existence of completely fictitious giant mecha robots.

via:

https://www.artstation.com/jakubrozalski

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conscientia

Consciência Ingênua

finge estar tudo bem

Consciência Romântica

imagina que tudo se resolve com o tempo

Consciência Asséptica

acredita na pureza das ações dos detentores dos poderes

Consciência Crítica

organiza-se conforme argumentos historicizados que promovam libertação e engajamento de luta

Consciência Fenomenológica

ampara-se na perspectiva da cosmovisão, da cultura e dos registros imemoriais que cada pessoa carrega e com ela organiza suas compreensões e ações

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Wes Wilson, Psychedelic San Francisco Poster Artist

Robert Wesley Wilson was born in Sacramento, CA on July 15, 1937, and eventually found his way to San Francisco State where he worked at a small printing press to put himself through school. While working at the press, the demand for concert posters and handbills exploded with the advent of the Haight-Ashbury movement of the mid-to-late 1960s, and Wilson was more than happy to oblige the skyrocketing demand.

 

 

 

via:

Wes Wilson, Psychedelic San Francisco Poster Artist, Dead At 82 [Video]

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