Jeder, der sich die Fähigkeit erhält, Schönes zu erkennen, wird nie alt werden.
Dr.Kafka

semioticapocalypse:


Nakaji Yasui :: From the Photobook Hikari (Light) Maruzen. Osaka, 1940

semioticapocalypse:

Nakaji Yasui :: From the Photobook Hikari (Light) Maruzen. Osaka, 1940

(via worldpress-com)

“I think, truthfully, you fill your day most of the time by being in the washing machine of your own mind thinking, ‘What’s this? When does it stop? Am I enjoying it? I don’t know. Oh, it’s time to go to sleep. I can’t, I’m worried.’”

—    Dylan Moran (via always-scowling)
surrealist-phantoms:


Vox Protzik

surrealist-phantoms:

Vox Protzik

(Source: voxprotzik, via worldpress-com)

“Men jeg får ikke sove, ligger på ryggen, øynene lukket, håper at noen skal komme, at noen plutselig skal åpne døren, mamma, at noen skal komme inn døren med kakao, med varme hender, at noen skal ta det rotete hodet mitt i hendene, ruske det forsiktig, riste puten min, sette seg på sengekanten og si kloke, erfaringsbaserte ord som gjør at du tror at ingenting noen gang vil komme til å gjøre seg vanskelig for deg, at det bare er å løpe ut i det, at det hele vil ordne seg av seg selv.”

—   Johan Harstad, Buzz Aldrin, hvor ble det av deg i alt mylderet? (via professorneville)

darthleon:

Om man hadde lagt alle ensomme mennesker etter hverandre, ville de ha rukket flere runder rundt jorden. Men vi går ikke ut. Vi møtes ikke, vi legger oss ikke ned sammen. Vi er inne bak vinduene. - Ambulanse, Johan Harstad

(via tenebraum)

(Source: deerhoof, via scloo)

ineedaguide:

paintings by nunzio paci

ineedaguide:

cut paper collages and drawings by christine kim

oldbookillustrations:

"What is the cause of your sorrow?" asked the princess gently.
Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of the Canterbury pilgrims, retold from Chaucer by F. J. Harvey Darton, New York, 1914.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

"What is the cause of your sorrow?" asked the princess gently.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of the Canterbury pilgrims, retold from Chaucer by F. J. Harvey Darton, New York, 1914.

(Source: archive.org)

drakontomalloi:

Edvard Munch - Evening. Melancholy I. 1896

drakontomalloi:

Edvard Munch - Evening. Melancholy I. 1896

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“A certaint darkness is needed to see the stars”

—   (via heidrik)
beautifulbizarremag:

Leslie Ann O’Dell amazing photography/digital piece, ‘Novocaine’

beautifulbizarremag:

Leslie Ann O’Dell amazing photography/digital piece, ‘Novocaine’

(via nararikku)

O Captain! My Captain!

weshedaswepickup:

Every once in a while the world suddenly loses someone whose cultural reach is so vast, whose inspirational touch so expansive, that the collective light we all took for granted to show us the way seems dimmed. The route no longer so obvious, the way we perceive ourselves and each other somehow…

milkyname:

Pablo Picasso - (I love artists. However, to my regret, many of them have already died. But I want to paint their portraits after death)

milkyname:

Pablo Picasso - (I love artists. However, to my regret, many of them have already died. But I want to paint their portraits after death)