amare-habeo:

René Magritte (Belgian, 1898 - 1967) - One night at the museum, 1927
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amare-habeo:

René Magritte (Belgian, 1898 - 1967) - One night at the museum, 1927

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andthentherewere5:

systematisms:

.FEMKE AGEMA.3.

but imagine going to school like this one day

andthentherewere5:

systematisms:

.FEMKE AGEMA.3.

but imagine going to school like this one day

cotonblanc:


Radical KnitwearYohji Yamamoto, autumn/winter 1998–1999. In contrast to McQueen, the simplicity of hand-knitting and the basic construction of Yamamoto’s pieces conjured a romantic innocence and naïveté, as the models hugged the comforting knitting around themselves. The shapes of the coat and dress are simple rectangles, the edges left to curl. The accompanying advertising campaign showed the clothes in strange, magical settings in the forest in full moonlight. 

Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

cotonblanc:

Radical Knitwear
Yohji Yamamoto, autumn/winter 1998–1999. In contrast to McQueen, the simplicity of hand-knitting and the basic construction of Yamamoto’s pieces conjured a romantic innocence and naïveté, as the models hugged the comforting knitting around themselves. The shapes of the coat and dress are simple rectangles, the edges left to curl. The accompanying advertising campaign showed the clothes in strange, magical settings in the forest in full moonlight. 

Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black

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showmeartwork:

Hurvin Anderson, Phosphorescent, 2013. Acrylic and oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm

showmeartwork:

Hurvin Anderson, Phosphorescent, 2013. Acrylic and oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm

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excdus:

Lake Kremasta, Greece
Dimitris Tamvakos

excdus:

Lake Kremasta, Greece

Dimitris Tamvakos

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ladreamgirl:


Pink Door, Palm Springs 

ladreamgirl:

Pink Door, Palm Springs 

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One thing you notice very early on is that conversation is how we become human. The word “infant” literally means “without the possibility of phatic expression.” We begin our lives by being spoken to and then slowly by responding. It’s what makes us come together as a kindred species. Without this dialogue, without this possibility of exchange, part of our humanity — that which makes us truly human — is lost. So for me conversation is a way of going back to that initial moment. Conversation is a giving and a taking, back and forth.

Paul Holdengräber, The New York Public Library’s interviewer extraordinaire, on the secrets of great conversation.

Couple with this timeless 1866 guide to the art of conversation

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pro-to-col:

Silke Klinnert, Déco tropicale

pro-to-col:

Silke Klinnert, Déco tropicale

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moonii:

Gunta Stolzl

moonii:

Gunta Stolzl

I adore the struggle you carry in yourself. I adore your terrifying sincerity. Anaïs Nin in a letter to Henry Miller (via creatingaquietmind)

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carlowski:

Love is in the air by meghimeg on Flickr.
i-am-ciara:

I am hosting a Mask Making Workshop as part of the Papercut Sunday Brunch Series. It’s FREE to attend and anyone is welcome between 10am and 4pm on Sunday 31st August. There are even pancakes! Come on down and join in the fun! RSVP HERE.

i-am-ciara:

I am hosting a Mask Making Workshop as part of the Papercut Sunday Brunch Series. It’s FREE to attend and anyone is welcome between 10am and 4pm on Sunday 31st August. There are even pancakes! Come on down and join in the fun! RSVP HERE.