The Old World Is Behind You!

Mar 10

(Source: fiona-treweeke, via shotgun-season)

Mar 10

agentlewoman:

First Kiss (creator asked 20 strangers to kiss for the first time)

(Source: hungry-horny-feminist, via thatkindofwoman)

notordinaryfashion:

Burberry Prorsum F/W 2014-15
Mar 10

notordinaryfashion:

Burberry Prorsum F/W 2014-15

(via shotgun-season)

aleyma:

Portrait of a Painter, made in Turkey (probably in the court of Mehmet II), late 15th century (via). (see also)
Feb 26

aleyma:

Portrait of a Painter, made in Turkey (probably in the court of Mehmet II), late 15th century (via). (see also)

(via cavetocanvas)

Feb 26

(via thatkindofwoman)

thelongviewintospace:

Delilah Jones & Kaley Dickinson
Page 36 from “Enchantment of Something Else” 
2012-2014
Feb 25

thelongviewintospace:

Delilah Jones & Kaley Dickinson

Page 36 from “Enchantment of Something Else” 

2012-2014

(via booksvscigarettes)

"Now in my era, if you did something stupid or wrong, you had to blame yourself. Today you say, “You poor thing, look at your upbringing,” and then you blame mama, papa, grandma, it doesn’t matter whom you blame. There’s one person to blame for whatever you do. Don’t look for a scapegoat, go right to yourself - I’m giving you my brilliant philosophy of life - because if you blame yourself, you can change yourself, and you cannot change anybody else unless they love you tremendously."

- Katharine Hepburn, conversation with Bryn Mawr seniors in 1973
(via thatkindofwoman)

(via thatkindofwoman)

Feb 25
likeafieldmouse:

Svenja Deninger - Untitled (2012)
Feb 25

likeafieldmouse:

Svenja Deninger - Untitled (2012)

Feb 25

Oh, for God’s sake, Randall.

(Source: hellagolightly)

likeafieldmouse:

Lee Ufan - From Point (1973) - Glue on paper
Feb 24

likeafieldmouse:

Lee Ufan - From Point (1973) - Glue on paper

Feb 24

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Feb 24

(Source: lookatthelights)


The Secret History, Donna Tartt
Feb 23

The Secret History, Donna Tartt

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teasel-and-harn:

 ”in crimson merino and amber beads, like a gypsy foundling.”
The Age of Innocence - Edith Wharton.
Feb 23

teasel-and-harn:

 ”in crimson merino and amber beads, like a gypsy foundling.”

The Age of Innocence - Edith Wharton.

"The man who named my narrow bed was a quiet person, but he had good questions. “I suppose you do love me, in your way,” I said to him one night close to dawn when we lay on the narrow bed. “And how else should I love you—in your way?” he asked. I am still thinking about that."

- Anne Carson, Plainwater (via under-the-volcano)

Feb 23