1. Sarah McNulty
     
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  3. (Source: i-m-a-cunt)

     
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  5.  
  6. Glenn Close & Woody Harrelson
ughh great clothes

    Glenn Close & Woody Harrelson

    ughh great clothes

     
  7. denisforkas:

Hans Holbein the Younger - Night Scene on a Wooded Riverbank. 1520

    denisforkas:

    Hans Holbein the Younger - Night Scene on a Wooded Riverbank. 1520

    (Source: drakontomalloi)

     
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  9. quincampoix:

Liubov Popova, textile design, 1924

    quincampoix:

    Liubov Popova, textile design, 1924

     
  10. freakinsweetbookcovers:

Firestarter - Stephen King
     
  11. sometimesitmakesyou:

    "The limbs of these figures are foreshortened, like the logic of a child’s idea of the human figure tailored into literalized form. An arm becomes a tool, a weapon, or an alternative mode of communication. Torsos are long, heavy, stout, hardy. Our shadows are, in most cases, an exaggerated (or outright improvement) of our physical realities. Brisson-Darveau’s shadow figures, in contrast, seem to exaggerate the inward-turning autonomy of shadows which have become independent of bodies. For the most part, hands and feet are missing, as are heads; absent, they have lost their primary positions of authority and gravity, no longer at foremost poles of figurative clarity."

     
  12. akapearlofagirl:
     
  13. 8:27pm Mar 1st 2014


    tags: 
    art

    reblogged: 
    c86

    c86:

Elsewhere and Elsewhen, edited by Groff Conklin, 1968
Artwork by Don Ivan Punchatz
     
  14. collectingdifferentstories:

Lygia ClarkBicho - Em si, 1962card, adhesive tape, graphiteDiameter: 11.5 cm

    collectingdifferentstories:

    Lygia Clark
    Bicho - Em si, 1962
    card, adhesive tape, graphite
    Diameter: 11.5 cm

    (Source: berndwuersching)

     
  15. towerofsleep:

    littleopticalmachine:

    y/n grad school is supposed to feel like a round-the-clock panic attack about your own (in)ability to think anything worth thinking????

    eventually you transition from that impostor syndrome into an exhausted frustration with how much work you’re going to have to do in order to show how other people are wrong