vagabondedlife:


René Magritte , Les Amants / The Lovers. Original etching, 1928.

vagabondedlife:

René Magritte , Les Amants / The Lovers. Original etching, 1928.

(Source: theyvcreation)



thrash-and-burn:

Francesca Woodman

thrash-and-burn:

Francesca Woodman




pickledelephant:

Krzysztof Kieślowski on the set of A Short Film About Killing  (1988)






kvetchlandia:

R. Crumb     Uncredited and Undated Photograph
"Your vigor for life appalls me."  R. Crumb

<3

kvetchlandia:

R. Crumb     Uncredited and Undated Photograph

"Your vigor for life appalls me."  R. Crumb

<3




“I am going to outlive myself. Eat, sleep, sleep, eat. Exist slowly, softly, like these trees, like a puddle of water, like the red bench in the streetcar.”  ― Jean-Paul Sartre,  Nausea

“I am going to outlive myself. Eat, sleep, sleep, eat. Exist slowly, softly, like these trees, like a puddle of water, like the red bench in the streetcar.”
― Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea

(Source: matyus)



ancient-serpent:

The last page of Mozart’s Requiem
Wikipedia says:
K 626, Requiem mass in D minor, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Austrian National Library, Codex 17561b, folio 87/33 (recto).
Lacrymosa, bars 1-5, scored for 2 violins, viola, SATB chorus, and continuo bass.
Written the hand of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, aside from the posthumous addition to the manuscript by Georg Nikolaus Nissen (the text added in the top-right hand corner, in the margin and overlapping the top stave).
This page is not actually the last page of the manuscript; either the following page, folio 87/33 (verso) or folio 99/45 (recto) are thought to be the last pages Mozart inscribed, depending on whether Mozart composed the Lacrymosa or Hostias last. The Hostias is complete to the end, whereas the Lacrymosa breaks off after 8 bars.

ancient-serpent:

The last page of Mozart’s Requiem

Wikipedia says:

K 626, Requiem mass in D minor, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Austrian National Library, Codex 17561b, folio 87/33 (recto).

Lacrymosa, bars 1-5, scored for 2 violins, viola, SATB chorus, and continuo bass.

Written the hand of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, aside from the posthumous addition to the manuscript by Georg Nikolaus Nissen (the text added in the top-right hand corner, in the margin and overlapping the top stave).

This page is not actually the last page of the manuscript; either the following page, folio 87/33 (verso) or folio 99/45 (recto) are thought to be the last pages Mozart inscribed, depending on whether Mozart composed the Lacrymosa or Hostias last. The Hostias is complete to the end, whereas the Lacrymosa breaks off after 8 bars.




apocalypsedudes:

THRASHER JUNE 1986 / DANZIG INTERVIEW



(Source: pflanzendergotter)



10,461 plays

 



cnyck:

Ruth Marten, tattoo in progress, 1981.
ph. Bernard Warkentin

cnyck:

Ruth Marten, tattoo in progress, 1981.

ph. Bernard Warkentin



#tbwhatever i wish i had my etch-a-sketch here :(

#tbwhatever i wish i had my etch-a-sketch here :(



likeafieldmouse:

Nobuo Sekine - Phase of Nothingness: Black No. 36 (1978)

likeafieldmouse:

Nobuo Sekine - Phase of Nothingness: Black No. 36 (1978)




Franz Kafka’s signature in a letter to Milena Jesenská, July 29, 1920.

Franz wrong,  F  wrong, Yours wrongnothing more, calm, deep forest
Franz Kafka’s signature in a letter to Milena Jesenská, July 29, 1920.
Franz wrong,  F  wrong, Yours wrong
nothing more, calm, deep forest

(Source: bellswithin)




magictransistor:

Jacob Böehme. Mystic Engravings. 1612-1624.