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Sep 01
the-gasoline-station:

Untitled from Departure
by Daniel Everett

the-gasoline-station:

Untitled from Departure

by Daniel Everett

(via breathlesspeechless)

Sep 01
champagnepapucho:

Jibh, 2012.Eloïse Labarbe Lafon
Sep 01
(via timbllr, 1000scientists)
Sep 01
creak:

glw blog

creak:

glw blog

(Source: ctalx)

Sep 01

(Source: rebeccachaperon, via proxecto)

Sep 01
dichotomized:

A letter from schizophrenic patient Emmy Hauck to her husband. It consists only phrase “Herzensschatzi komm” (darling please come) and “komm komm komm” (come, come, come) repeated over and over.

dichotomized:

A letter from schizophrenic patient Emmy Hauck to her husband. It consists only phrase “Herzensschatzi komm” (darling please come) and “komm komm komm” (come, come, come) repeated over and over.

(via verticalism)

Sep 01
thejennsmith:

work in progress

thejennsmith:

work in progress

(via proxecto)

Sep 01
vuls:

Ulrich Konigs. AA Files 29 Summer 1995: 33

vuls:

Ulrich KonigsAA Files 29 Summer 1995: 33

(via proxecto)

Sep 01
20aliens:

David Alan Harvey

20aliens:

David Alan Harvey

(via proxecto)

Sep 01
red-lipstick:

Léon Spilliaert (Belgian, 1881-1946) - Le Couple, c. 1902    Drawings: India Ink Wash on Paper

red-lipstick:

Léon Spilliaert (Belgian, 1881-1946) - Le Couple, c. 1902    Drawings: India Ink Wash on Paper

(Source: wikiart.org)

Sep 01
thedailydoodles:

“The Old Mix Tape”
Finding old mix tapesMakes you nostalgic for howLame you used to be.
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thedailydoodles:

“The Old Mix Tape”

Finding old mix tapes
Makes you nostalgic for how
Lame you used to be.

Wanna star in your very own Daily Doodle?  CLICK HERE!
FAQ  TWITTER  FACEBOOK
  SOCIETY6

(via red-lipstick)

Aug 30

(Source: paintdeath, via helpfvl)

Aug 30
danielodowd:

roelvista
Aug 30
ewil1525:

Costumes by Henri Matisse for The Song of the Nightingale, The Ballet Russes, Paris 1917.

ewil1525:

Costumes by Henri Matisse for The Song of the Nightingale, The Ballet Russes, Paris 1917.

(Source: west-east-central, via balenchy)

Aug 30

(Source: sigsigkei, via pilled)