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raveneuse:

Mike Bidlo, Anthropometry of the Blue Period, c. 1980

raveneuse:

Mike Bidlo, Anthropometry of the Blue Period, c. 1980

(via ladyist)

penamerican:

"As I’ve grown older, I’ve grown more convinced there’s nothing that shouldn’t be talked about. If we think we’re protecting each other, we’re not." - Jonathan Safran Foer

penamerican:

"As I’ve grown older, I’ve grown more convinced there’s nothing that shouldn’t be talked about. If we think we’re protecting each other, we’re not." - Jonathan Safran Foer

(via powells)

Every act of rebellion expresses a nostalgia for innocence and an appeal to the essence of being.

— Albert Camus, The Rebel: An Essay on Man in Revolt (via bibliophilebunny)

(via acknowledgetheabsurd)

apolloniasaintclair:

Apollonia Saintclair 512 - 20140722 La noyade (The drowning)

apolloniasaintclair:

Apollonia Saintclair 512 - 20140722 La noyade (The drowning)

(via shukku-hu)

A portion of the tedious painting that is now completed…finally.

A portion of the tedious painting that is now completed…finally.


Cy Twombly,   Ferragosto III,   1961 

Cy Twombly,   Ferragosto III,   1961 

(Source: cytwombly.info, via billowy)

Kafka is a ‘writer of absence’, describing a world that remains religious in its structure but in which the central place belonging to God is empty.

— less than nothing - S. Zizek (via alterities)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

loveyourchaos:

phoenix-falls:

queereyes-queerminds:

lostruth:

Power Structure of Oppression

Yes. Yes. YES. 

loveyourchaos:

phoenix-falls:

queereyes-queerminds:

lostruth:

Power Structure of Oppression

Yes. Yes. YES. 

(Source: coraxon, via sambwmn)

flavorpill:


Seeing as today is Hemingway’s birthday, and we’re a week away from the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, here’s a look at how he and other authors involved in the fighting saw The Great War and its aftermath.

Ernest Hemingway and Other Novelists on Their World War I Experiences

flavorpill:

Seeing as today is Hemingway’s birthday, and we’re a week away from the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, here’s a look at how he and other authors involved in the fighting saw The Great War and its aftermath.

Ernest Hemingway and Other Novelists on Their World War I Experiences

(via powells)

thegardentwins:

We’ve got some mud to sling.
See you on the flip

thegardentwins:

We’ve got some mud to sling.

See you on the flip