Red Thread by Madeline von Foerster

Fri, Jul 25 via, source , 45 notes


Kimsooja: To Breathe - A Mirror Woman (2006)

Fri, Jul 25 via, source , 53,294 notes

It’s inexplicable that two people could feel this: the tether of woven love so entangled, so tightly wound and infinite that it stretches across both the oceans of our souls to bind us together and the bodies of water that lie vast between us.

Yet I had not realized just how selfish this tether would be, till one day in missing you it tugged for my attention until I turned my entire being toward you. Since that day it has wrapped its way around my breaths and taken its invisible, essential form, gathered the light of hopeful horizons to guide me home back to you. It pulls at me in the exact moment I return the grasp and gasp of wonder, a reminder that somewhere you are seeking me too…

Your reverence for me and mine for you, I cannot think to understand it. That may be the point. I feel you there, and so long as that is true I am bound by you, to you, wound completely around your love. 

Fri, Jul 25 , 0 notes


The Hands of Dr. Moore, Diego Rivera (1940)

Thu, Jul 24 via, , 44 notes

For there is a boundary to looking.
And the world that is looked at so deeply
wants to flourish in love.

Work of the eyes is done, now
go and do heart-work
on all the images imprisoned within you; for you
overpowered them: but even now you don’t know them.
Learn, inner man, to look at your inner woman,
the one attained from a thousand
natures, the merely attained but
not yet beloved form.


—Rainer Maria Rilke, Excerpt from “Turning Point” (via theballerinapig)

Thu, Jul 24 via, , 174 notes


le Métro

Thu, Jul 24 via, source , 1,415 notes
"Draw a monster. Why is it a monster?"

Daughter by Janice Lee (via thosehearts)

Wed, Jul 23 via, source , 296,578 notes


Trevor Paglen

Nine Reconnaissance Satellites over the Sonora Pass, 2008

c-print, 48 x 60 inches

Wed, Jul 23 via, , 66 notes


Budi KwanLeave Leaf Left

(via urhajos)

Wed, Jul 23 via, source , 698 notes


Submerge, Danny Eastwood

Tue, Jul 22 via, , 1,678 notes

Ernest Hemingway, The Garden of Eden

Tue, Jul 22 via, , 415 notes
"I love no one but you, I have discovered, but you are far away and I am here alone. Then this is my life and maybe, however unlikely, I’ll find my way back there. Or maybe, one day, I’ll settle for second best. And on that same day, hell will freeze over, the sun will burn out and the stars will fall from the sky."

—Lemony Snicket (via wordsthat-speak)

Mon, Jul 21 via, , 3,462 notes


Cloud #66 (2014)

Mon, Jul 21 via, source , 1,188 notes


Design Crush

Mon, Jul 21 via, , 2,128 notes


Rodney Smith
Collin with magnifying glass. Alberta. Canada (2004)

Sat, Jul 19 via, , 290 notes