Paint it Gray

wo1f-whistle:

infinite-wave:

m-agnolia:

lou-la:

beachy-mood:

kissing-the-beach:

nun-ui:

sum-mer-b-liss:

naive—natives:

iced-berries:

free-yo-u-r-self:

(via tropic-child, makefunof)
Nov 23

wo1f-whistle:

infinite-wave:

m-agnolia:

lou-la:

beachy-mood:

kissing-the-beach:

nun-ui:

sum-mer-b-liss:

naive—natives:

iced-berries:

free-yo-u-r-self:

(via tropic-child, makefunof)

"You never knew exactly how much space you occupied in people’s lives."

- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is The Night   (via timedoesnotexisthere)

(Source: quota-tions, via unfuckthereallife)

Nov 23

Maison Martin Margiela Spring 2013 Ready to Wear
Nov 20

Maison Martin Margiela Spring 2013 Ready to Wear

(Source: duoyen, via unfuckthereallife)

Shut up.
Nov 20

Shut up.

(Source: duoyen, via modellove)

Nov 20

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Nov 20

digbicks:

Portraits, Anthony Gerace

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"[The finger had something dark’s remains in the rim around its nail.] Laleman sat there smiling at it, his mind a great flat blank white screen."

- David Foster Wallace, from “Mister Squishy”, a short story in Oblivion (thanks, wontco)

(Source: the-final-sentence)

Nov 16
cavetocanvas:

Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Head of a Woman, c. 1894
From the Cleveland Museum of Art:

This remarkable drawing reveals the beauty of silverpoint, which requires scratching with a metal point on to a prepared paper. A demanding technique that allows no corrections, the method was used in the Renaissance by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, and it was revived in the late 19th century. Beginning in 1896, the art supply company Winsor-Newton offered a kit with a silverpoint tool and prepared paper. Dewing skillfully exploited the qualities of this technique to create an image with a silvery sheen, which seems to float upon the paper.
Nov 15

cavetocanvas:

Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Head of a Woman, c. 1894

From the Cleveland Museum of Art:

This remarkable drawing reveals the beauty of silverpoint, which requires scratching with a metal point on to a prepared paper. A demanding technique that allows no corrections, the method was used in the Renaissance by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, and it was revived in the late 19th century. Beginning in 1896, the art supply company Winsor-Newton offered a kit with a silverpoint tool and prepared paper. Dewing skillfully exploited the qualities of this technique to create an image with a silvery sheen, which seems to float upon the paper.

ailia:

untitled by Jocelyn Catterson and Jeremy Daigneault on Flickr.
Nov 15

ailia:

untitled by Jocelyn Catterson and Jeremy Daigneault on Flickr.

(via unfuckthereallife)

pradaphne:


Magdalena Frackowiak in “Narcissism”, photographed by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Paris October 2007.
Nov 15

pradaphne:

Magdalena Frackowiak in “Narcissism”, photographed by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Paris October 2007.

(via modellove)

Nov 10

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Oct 28

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berndwuersching:

Maurice Ducret
Oct 28

berndwuersching:

Maurice Ducret

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Yuki Aoyama, After School (photo series)
Oct 28

Yuki Aoyama, After School (photo series)

(Source: heavydrug, via undare)

y0gatoradem3bitch:

fuckyeahforensics:





Amazing Photo: The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the angel veins exposed
Oct 26

y0gatoradem3bitch:

fuckyeahforensics:

Amazing Photo: The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the angel veins exposed

(via wo1f-whistle-deactivated2013010)