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janetolney:

Janet Olney, Wingding I, oil on canvas, 24 in. x 20 in., 2014
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janetolney:

Janet Olney, Wingding I, oil on canvas, 24 in. x 20 in., 2014

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blastedheath:

Chloe Le Tissier (English, b. 1984), Trodden Verdure, 2014. Oil on linen, 140 x 230 cm.
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blastedheath:

Chloe Le Tissier (English, b. 1984), Trodden Verdure, 2014. Oil on linen, 140 x 230 cm.

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The quiet transition from Autumn to Winter is not a bad time at all. It’s nice to gather everything you possess as close to you as possible, to store up your warmth and your thoughts and burrow into a deep core of safety where you can defend what is your very own, and laugh at the storms and darkness outside.
— Tove Jansson (via whatagrump)

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One of my oldest crusades is against the distinction between thought and feeling, which is really the basis of all anti-intellectual views: the heart and the head, thinking and feeling, fantasy and judgment … and I don’t believe it’s true… . I have the impression that thinking is a form of feeling and that feeling is a form of thinking.

— Susan Sontag (via artisticalyhaze)

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What happens in the heart, simply happens.
— Ted Hughes (via teenager90s)

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girlannachronism:

Iris van Herpen fall 2011 couture details
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girlannachronism:

Iris van Herpen fall 2011 couture details

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vauxvintage:

Wynne Greenwood“Pink Fabric Basket” 2013
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vauxvintage:

Wynne Greenwood
“Pink Fabric Basket” 2013

(Source: jamesharrisgallery.com, via workman)

kaijusaurus:

Hiroki Kai and Reiko Kasahara on the set of Gamera vs. Guiron.

kaijusaurus:

Hiroki Kai and Reiko Kasahara on the set of Gamera vs. Guiron.

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blastedheath:

Kenneth Noland (American, 1924-2010), Mysteries: Aglow, 2002. Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 72 in.
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blastedheath:

Kenneth Noland (American, 1924-2010), Mysteries: Aglow, 2002. Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 72 in.

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