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rosewong:

carbonmade:

Good gravy, those are some lovely colors. Rose Wong is an illustration student at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn who is already putting some really neat stuff out into the world. Girls tangled up in their own hair, gutted by tree limbs or able to shoot beams of light out of their faces are all hallmarks of her nifty line work. Definitely one to watch!

A bunch of thanks to Carbonmade for the lovely feature! :)

wendymacnaughton:

keys to every single garage and gate on potrero hill in SF.

oddmoments:


by aidan

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makeitacoffee:

gpoy

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julienfoulatier:

Photo-montage by Erin Chase.

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nirvikalpa:

Undergrowth with Two Figures, Vincent van Gogh

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Ti accarezzo piano sui capelli
e maledizione a tutti
se qualche altra ti bacia.
Sei bello,
sei grande
e io una gelosa forsennata
che mai guarirà.
Io sono una bambina
che dal suo essere piccina
piccina, piccina,
ti guarda nell’alto
del tuo cammino.
Mi angoscio a pensare
di perdere anche una tua sola
parola.
La tua bocca è piena di vele
di miele
e io sono sola.

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Photographer Lee Jung lives and works in Seoul, South Korea where she created and photographed this gorgeous series of text-based light installations. *

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dramatisecho:

Pietro Maximoff // X-Men: Days of Future Past

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fortheloveofkerouac:

caldoyle:

David Foster Wallace’s annotated copy of Ulysses. [via]

THIS EXPLAINS MY WHOLE FUCKING LIFE

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http://verdeacida.tumblr.com/post/86251184913/chissa-come-mai-non-ho-mai-sviluppato-un-istinto ›

verdeacida:

chissà come mai non ho mai sviluppato un istinto all’autoconservazione.
mi lascio cambiare dal tempo e dall’esterno come se la mia pelle fosse una pellicola bucherellata, una carta assorbente dalla texture impercettibile, eppure attraversabile da qualsiasi sostanza.

mi sembra di non avere pareti.

ratak-monodosico:

Photographer Charles H. Traub recently released this beautiful series of work, Dolce Via, that transports viewers back in time to Italy in the 1980s. Throughout the decade, the artist frequently visited Italy and captured candid moments of people and places through his lens. The title of the series is a play on dolce vita (“the sweet life”). With one letter missing, Traub’s title translates to “the sweet way.”

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