A blog dedicated to Yoko Ono.

By Cara (thecurvature)

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Fuck Yeah John & Yoko

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5th April 2013

Photo reblogged from tajmahal thinking with 12 notes

tajmahalthinking:

Imagine Peace.  All languages.  Yoko Ono.

tajmahalthinking:

Imagine Peace.  All languages.  Yoko Ono.

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27th September 2012

Photo with 18 notes

Yoko looking at her Imagine Peace installation in Times Square

Yoko looking at her Imagine Peace installation in Times Square

Tagged: yoko onoimagine peaceartinternational day of peacenyc

Source: twitter.com

27th September 2012

Photo with 6 notes

@yokoono herself witnessing her #imaginepeacetsq installation live in times square. Breathtaking. #PeaceDay (via Photo by timessquarenyc • Instagram)

@yokoono herself witnessing her #imaginepeacetsq installation live in times square. Breathtaking. #PeaceDay (via Photo by timessquarenyc • Instagram)

Tagged: yoko onoimagine peaceartnycinternational day of peace

Source: instagram.com

26th September 2012

Photo with 29 notes

Today we are featuring @yokoono #imaginepeacetsq installation on @mtv445 #PeaceDay @ArtProductionNY @TimesSquareNYC (via @mtv445)

Today we are featuring installation on (via @mtv445)

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15th June 2012

Video with 3 notes

Yoko Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE is a public art installation presented by Art Production Fund as part of the London 2012 Festival, a spectacular 12-week nationwide celebration from June 21 to September 9 2012, bringing together leading artists from across the world.

The project will consist of Yoko Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE message, translated into 24 world languages, appearing on London 2012 Live Sites screens, and screens at Victoria Park, Hyde Park, and Art on the Underground/Canary Warf.

Accompanying this installation is John Lennon’s historic anthem Imagine, from 1971. (via Yoko Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE appears in the UK during 2012 Olympic Festival)

Tagged: yoko onoimagine peace2012artvideoolympicsuk

Source: imaginepeace.com

2nd March 2012

Photo reblogged from Ditch-the-l0gical. with 6 notes

ditchhthelogical:

Yoko Ono Display at Stony Brook University Fall 2011

ditchhthelogical:

Yoko Ono Display at Stony Brook University Fall 2011

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17th February 2012

Photo reblogged from Travis Persaud with 111 notes

travispersaud:

Imagine by Hermann Zschiegner . 

On January 6, 2008 – continuing her message of peace – Yoko Ono took out a full-page ad in the New York Times with a simple, yet familiar message: Imagine Peace. I placed a simple cardboard cutout with the word WAR over her advertising and didn’t remove it until August 19, 2010, the day the last US combat brigade left Iraq.The sun had yellowed the paper and a trace of the word WAR was left, slowly fading away as sunlight now hits the original ad.

I declare this to be neat. 

travispersaud:

Imagine by Hermann Zschiegner . 

On January 6, 2008 – continuing her message of peace – Yoko Ono took out a full-page ad in the New York Times with a simple, yet familiar message: Imagine Peace. I placed a simple cardboard cutout with the word WAR over her advertising and didn’t remove it until August 19, 2010, the day the last US combat brigade left Iraq.
The sun had yellowed the paper and a trace of the word WAR was left, slowly fading away as sunlight now hits the original ad.

I declare this to be neat. 

Tagged: yoko onoimagine peace2008fan artnew york timesreblog

20th January 2012

Photo reblogged from The Fabulous Four with 39 notes

beatlegreetings:

Yoko Ono’s “IMAGINE PEACE” button at the McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio, June ‘09 - 7 (by mickeyono2005)

beatlegreetings:

Yoko Ono’s “IMAGINE PEACE” button at the McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio, June ‘09 - 7 (by mickeyono2005)

Tagged: yoko onoartimagine peace2009mconough museum of artyoungstownreblog

2nd January 2012

Photo reblogged from Sol y sombra with 30 notes

sorubo:

Yoko Ono took out a giant ad in the New York Times today- reminding us to “Imagine Peace” in every language. I love it.

sorubo:

Yoko Ono took out a giant ad in the New York Times today- reminding us to “Imagine Peace” in every language. I love it.

Tagged: yoko ono2012imagine peacenew york timesreblog

12th December 2011

Photoset with 20 notes

Yoko visiting a small elementary school of 58 students in Fukushima. Yoko gave a speech, then greeted all of the students individually, presenting them each with an ONOCHORD flashlight and an IMAGINE PEACE badge.

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