Into the blue again, after the money's gone

Apr 23

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sunflower-mama:

Let’s eat fruit naked
Apr 23

sunflower-mama:

Let’s eat fruit naked

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Apr 23

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Apr 23

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 lula aldunate  radiates mandalas with ornate ceramic plates

new york city based artist and designer lula aldunate has photographed a hand-crafted a series, comprised of vibrantly colored and intricately pattered mandalas. the spiritual spirals are a ritual symbol in hinduism and buddhism, which represent the universe. here, aldunate has recreated the circular motif from ornately decorated tableware, deftly intermingling various colors, botanical prints, plate size and trim. gold leaf overlaps neon pinks perfectly, both unifying and juxtaposing the compositions. the artist is a lover of flea markets, quirky details, colors and prints; thus, the her work always includes a vintage piece, as illustrated in the collection of antique arrangements.

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"Be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here."

- Advice to Sylvia Plath, from her mother (via fleurlungs)

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Apr 23

"Girls are not machines that you put kindness coins into until sex falls out."

- Porphyria R’lyeh.  (via sonder-inpravda)

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Apr 23
surrealism:


Tacere by Dino Valls, 1992. Egg tempera and oil on wood, 43 x 35 cm.
Apr 23

surrealism:

Tacere by Dino Valls, 1992. Egg tempera and oil on wood, 43 x 35 cm.

Apr 23

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weissesrauschen:

unbenannt by janberckmans on Flickr.
Apr 23

weissesrauschen:

unbenannt by janberckmans on Flickr.

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"White Americans always think racism is a feeling, and they reject it or they embrace it. To most [white] Americans, it seems more honorable and nicer to reject it, so they do, but they almost invariably fail to understand that how they feel means very little to black Americans, who understand racism as a way of structuring American culture, American politics, and the American economy."

-

Jane Smiley, Say it Ain’t So, Huck: Second thoughts on Mark Twain’s “Masterpiece” (Harper’s Magazine, 1996)

This is perfect.

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Apr 23