September 22, 2014

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September 22, 2014
"No sympathy for the devil; keep that in mind. Buy the ticket, take the ride…and if it occasionally gets a little heavier than what you had in mind, well…maybe chalk it off to forced conscious expansion: Tune in, freak out, get beaten."

— Hunter S. Thompson (via observando)

September 21, 2014

jimmydarling:

How old do you have to be before you know the difference between right and wrong?

(via leadencirclesdissolve)

September 20, 2014

nevver:

Piece it together, Katrien de Blauwer

(Source: katriendeblauwer.com, via fuckyeahbookarts)

September 20, 2014

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Michelle Kingdom

Website

September 20, 2014

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Mehmet Ali Uysal

September 19, 2014

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September 19, 2014

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Yoon A Mi

At Night

"At Night" involves identifying that people have within themselves some things in which ego-consciousness cannot accept, things that goes against social rules or ideals such as the tendency, request, memory and experiences that have been rejected by an individual.

The main perspective is that such negative elements become contents that are not included in one’s ego, creates the dark image which makes people feel unpleasant and to criticize, and point out that “it is what makes the original form of shadow in the subconsciousness which has been repressed by the consciousness”.

September 17, 2014
"Guibert writes about the difference between photography and writing, and I think he absolutely puts his finger on what that difference is. When you take a photograph (and I’m paraphrasing Guibert here) you end up with an image, but all of the emotion that was present when you were taking it is kind of transmuted into something else. It’s become an object, and it could be a very beautiful object and a successful photograph, but in a lot of ways it eclipses the original feeling. He says it will have become foreign to him. Whereas if he writes it (the scene, the desire, the failure), he actually retains the emotional trace. He says that writing is melancholic, and that’s why it can preserve the feeling, the loss, in a way the image can’t."

Moyra Davey (via bombmagazine)

September 17, 2014

mymodernmet:

Napkin Notes by Garth Callaghan

A 44-year-old father with terminal cancer writes 826 notes on napkins to pack with his daughter’s lunches for everyday she has class, through high school.

(via thechocolatebrigade)

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