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What do you call a selfie taken at Sotheby's?

Who knew combat boots were such a perfect place to store flowers?

This week on the Internet: flowers kept in unusual places, a pillow you wear on your head, and a #SothebysSelfie.

 

Our columnist Simon de Pury hits the nail on the head.

Our columnist Simon de Pury (and artist Dan Colen) hit the nail on the head with this one.

Ignoring the fact that this looks like a giant butt, artist Alex Israel is making us want one of these handy napping pillows.

Ignoring the fact that this looks like a giant butt, artist Alex Israel is making us want one of these handy napping pillows.

F*#%ing nuts, indeed.

F*#%ing nuts, indeed. Better get to the Whitney if you haven’t yet!

Holy smokes!

Holy smokes!

This sculpture by Michelangelo Pistoletto from Art Basel Hong Kong is enchanting (and reminds us that we need to do laundry).

This sculpture by Michelangelo Pistoletto from Art Basel in Hong Kong is enchanting (and reminds us that we need to do laundry).

Who knew combat boots were such a perfect place to store flowers?

Who knew combat boots were such a perfect place to plant flowers?

Cindy Sherman looked super chic at the MoMA Party in the Garden.

Cindy Sherman looked chic at the MoMA Party in the Garden.

We hope Gary Baseman's pal is open to sharing.

We hope Gary Baseman‘s pal is open to sharing.

Limo accidents: not something you see everyday. Unless of course you are the fabulous Tara Subkoff.

Limo accidents: not something you see everyday. Unless of course you are the fabulous Tara Subkoff.

Klaus Biesenbach and the  PS1 crew get out of the city.

Klaus Biesenbach and the PS1 crew get out of the city.

Didn't know #SothebysSelfie was a thing now, but okay.

Didn’t realize #SothebysSelfie was a thing now, but okay.

Best hug ever.

Best hug ever.


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