Menton J. Matthews III aka m3 has had a lifelong interest in the relationship between symbols, signs and images, as well as that part of ourselves we most commonly refer to as “unconscious.” His interest in painting stems from his investigation into the relationship between images and their relevant use within the psyche. Many of the mythological, religious, alchemical, and historical icons, symbolic figures, and shapes stimulate, if not summon, internal functions. For more information, contact Kasra Ghanbari: firstname.lastname@example.org. All images below are copyright Menton J. Matthews III.
Me five minutes before Supernatural
Me watching Supernatural for the first few minutes
Me seeing Castiel sick and alone
"I miss him"
Me seeing "Sammy let me go"
Dean’s karaoke scene
Me seeing Castiel get injured
Me seeing Sammy get kidnapped
Me seeing the kidnapper hurt Sam
Me seeing the sneak preview
Me right now
What the fuck was wrong with men in the 60’s?
advertising is important as it’s the historian’s best resource for identifying the values of an era. but yeah, these were fucked. the 60s was generally as fucked as the 50s. people forget that.
It literally says ‘men are better than women’ in bold type, what the fuck. I knew this was a thing, but that is a lack of subtlety I couldn’t have written into a spoof…
This is the generation that spawned most of our parents… People our parents’ age run Washington. Starting to make sense?
When you look to the past, the struggles of the present become a great deal more clear.
French artistJR’s “Unframed — Ellis Island” Transforms Historical Site
Known for his uplifting, large-scale photographic portraits of ordinary people, French artist recently travelled to New York’s Ellis Island for a site-specific project on the famed historical site. The island once housed the largest immigrant processing center in the nation, filtering millions of newcomers to the States from the 1890s through the 1950s. Ellis Island now houses an immigration museum, though parts of it have been left untouched. JR was invited to reinvigorate the destitute, abandoned buildings on the island’s south side with his project “Unframed — Ellis Island,” opening to the public on October.