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(Source: heraesthetic, via spejlvendt)

There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot.

— Aldo Leopold (via resolutewoman)

(Source: taaylow, via resolutewoman)

singingovertheboness:

Adam Fuss, Untitled, 1988

singingovertheboness:

Adam Fuss, Untitled, 1988

(Source: the-night-picture-collector, via resolutewoman)

(Source: maliara, via resolutewoman)

(Source: cheynesaw, via resolutewoman)

all new learning looks at first
like chaos.

— Adrienne Rich, from Powers Of Recuperation (via resolutewoman)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion, via ignitelight)


Georgia O’Keeffe (Hands) by Alfred Stieglitz
"In 1919 Stieglitz fashioned this photograph of Georgia O’Keeffe’s – his wife’s – hands. 87 years later an original print sold for $1,470,000.”

Georgia O’Keeffe (Hands) by Alfred Stieglitz

"In 1919 Stieglitz fashioned this photograph of Georgia O’Keeffe’s – his wife’s – hands. 87 years later an original print sold for $1,470,000.”

(Source: razorshapes, via thatgracelady)

(Source: tierdropp, via fonude)

lazybonesillustrations:

Flesh + Dalmatian spots// lazybonesillustrationsdrawn in MS Paint

lazybonesillustrations:

Flesh + Dalmatian spots// lazybonesillustrations

drawn in MS Paint

(via fonude)


“Cleft,” onyx, Brazil - Image from The Writing of Stones by Roger Caillois, 1970

“Cleft,” onyx, Brazil - Image from The Writing of Stones by Roger Caillois, 1970

(Source: snaakks, via gatsbyandallhisfriends)

Once, Picasso was asked what his paintings meant. He said, ‘Do you ever know what the birds are singing? You don’t. But you listen to them anyway.’ So, sometimes with art, it is important just to look.

— Marina Abramovic (via aroseforalice)