theonlymagicleftisart:

by Brooke Shaden 
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theonlymagicleftisart:

by Brooke Shaden 

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lesbeehive:

Les Beehive - Edie Campbell (in Dior) photographed by David Sims for Vogue, September 2013

lesbeehive:

Les Beehive - Edie Campbell (in Dior) photographed by David Sims for Vogue, September 2013

For she had a great variety of selves.
Virginia Woolf  (via weaverofstars)

(Source: rabbitinthemoon)

Hands that crawl lower,
lips that will hold on longer,
arms that squeeze tighter.

Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson

(via tylerknott)
thesmithian:

+++++
art: photo by Henri Cartier Bresson. Mexico, 1934.

thesmithian:

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art: photo by Henri Cartier Bresson. Mexico, 1934.

You could tell life had kicked her around. I’d been kicked around too, but mainly by myself.
Benedict Smith, Little Death (via lilimor)
writingsforwinter:

"Setting Sail"
Part of my new project Brain Notes.
"I hate those anchor tattoos that say “I refuse to sink" because sometimes you have to let yourself sink before you can float."

writingsforwinter:

"Setting Sail"

Part of my new project Brain Notes.

"I hate those anchor tattoos that say “I refuse to sink" because sometimes you have to let yourself sink before you can float."

americanapparel:

Swim. Summer 2013.

americanapparel:

Swim. Summer 2013.

Nobody sees themselves honestly.
Dave Navarro (via itsanuneasypeace)
rudolove:

Killer of Sheep (Charles Burnett - 1977)

rudolove:

Killer of Sheep (Charles Burnett - 1977)

(Source: mizoguchi)

I regret ever having hurt anyone, but I can not regret anything that has brought me to where I am.
Mary Weiland, “Fall To Pieces” (via itsanuneasypeace)

visual-poetry:

»toward a theory of concrete poetry« by mary ellen solt

buy it here

(via reckon)

rubyetc:

s’basically I can’t draw straight lines and I don’t give a 

rubyetc:

s’basically I can’t draw straight lines and I don’t give a 

thesmithian:

ShortList

thesmithian:

ShortList

I am here” day is a time to “set aside our technology and to-do lists, choose a quarter of the city we wanted to know better, and explore it for a full day… . [It is] a kind of antimodern communal experiment: giving our gadgets a secular Sabbath; reveling in friendship and conversation of a kind that Facebook doesn’t do; being thickly in one place, not thinly everywhere.
Baratunde Thurston on the perks of taking a digital hiatus. (via fastcompany)
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