(S)EN(S)E(s)
ars et iners
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violentwavesofemotion:

Virginia Woolf photographed by George Charles Beresford in 1902 
"As a teenager, Woolf became so terrified of people that she blushed when someone spoke to her and was incapable of looking strangers in the eye. . One of the things Woolf disliked most in life was being peered at or having someone take her photograph.” (x)
violentwavesofemotion:

Virginia Woolf photographed by George Charles Beresford in 1902 
"As a teenager, Woolf became so terrified of people that she blushed when someone spoke to her and was incapable of looking strangers in the eye. . One of the things Woolf disliked most in life was being peered at or having someone take her photograph.” (x)
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anusking:

a shrine to our god
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lonequixote:

Water Lilies, 1917 ~ Claude Monet
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bonelessbuffalochicken:

"You’re gonna do great today"
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kingdomoftheballerino:

Sarah Lamb and Federico Bonelli in Chroma
kingdomoftheballerino:

Sarah Lamb and Federico Bonelli in Chroma
kingdomoftheballerino:

Sarah Lamb and Federico Bonelli in Chroma
kingdomoftheballerino:

Sarah Lamb and Federico Bonelli in Chroma
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"(…) Estábamos bien, y poco a poco empezábamos a no pensar. Se puede vivir sin pensar."
“Casa tomada”, Julio Cortázar.  (via soledad-entre-paginas)
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officialfrenchtoast:
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delivermetoevil:

Alfred Kubin
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antitacta:

Alfred Kubin, Des Menschen Schicksal (The destiny of man), 1903.
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red-lipstick:

Alfred Kubin (Austrian, 1877-1959) - Angst, 1903     Drawings
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pixography:

Zdzislaw Beksinski