1. Only a few of these pieces left. Buy one so I can feed the family. Unique 100 year old redwood frame, 24 x 24 pigment print on finer paper ( abstract Polaroid )

     
  2. Bring the Sky Blue Sky down to Earth : 100 year old unique redwood frame, 24 by 24 pigment print on fiber paper ( Polaroid of the NYC Sky and 10 white doves ) email adarshab@me.com for more info x

     
  3. Child. 💛

     
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  5. ❤️ #JoeMcKee // Recording Transcendental Magic with @daviedennis 🎶

     
  6. Harlem River from Adarsha Benjamin on Vimeo.

    SONG : HARLEM RIVER
    ARTIST : KEVIN MORBY
    FEATURING : JENA MALONE, NANA GHANA AND TAMZIN BROWN
    DIRECTED BY : ADARSHA BENJAMIN

     
     
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  8. My Loves

     
  9. Praying for Big Sur

     
  10. Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination nor both together go to the making of genius. Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius. - Wolfgang Amadeus Motzart. 

     
  11. Self Portrait : Family, Big Sur

     
  12. Clark After Dark 

     
  13. A Woman After My Own Heart: Draped in Cameras, Baring Bum. Film Foto of the illustrious @jenamalone in Palm Springs - Excited for the 👠💋

     

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  15. It Ain’t Easy

    When Woods‘ Bend Beyond came out late last year, Los Angeles artist Adarsha Benjamin provided a visual analog to the album’s gentle psych rock sound with her videos for “Cali in a Cup” and “Size Meets the Sound,” both featuring some road trip style 8 mm footage of the band hanging out in various desert locals. The third installment of her video trilogy for the album, this clip for “It Ain’t Easy” culls from similarly breathtaking terrain, this time forgoing the images of the band itself to focus in on traces of humanity (abandoned buildings, a discarded typewriter, flower power rock murals) in what otherwise feels like an infinity of sand, dirt and vegetation. It feels sort of like the American escapist opposite of the urban entrapment Earl seems to be singing about (you work too hard, leaving the weekend for your smile), but that’s also why it’s so poignant.

    Read more: http://www.thefader.com/2013/11/04/video-woods-in-aint-easy/#ixzz2k0jbO5LZ