from the Portland/Vancouver, and Bend area. 20. Art history student.

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…and you drink a little too much and try a little too hard. And you go home to a cold bed and think, ‘That was fine’. And your life is a long line of fine.

—Gillian Flynn (via uglypnis)

In November I’ll be releasing my new solo record, entitled ‘Box Of Bees’. There’s no music, it’s just a box full of live bees. The deluxe edition comes with more bees.

—Thom Yorke  (via aftershaveocean)

chikazoe:

「不死身」のプラナリア 再生の仕組み解明 iPS細胞研究に応用も 京都大 - MSN産経west
体を7つに切断されたプラナリアが再生する様子。それぞれ頭や尾が形成されている(京都大提供)

chikazoe:

「不死身」のプラナリア 再生の仕組み解明 iPS細胞研究に応用も 京都大 - MSN産経west

体を7つに切断されたプラナリアが再生する様子。それぞれ頭や尾が形成されている(京都大提供)

worldpaintings:

Arnold Böcklin
The Isle of the Dead, 1883, oil on panel, 80 × 150 cm, The Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
It is one of the most famous paintings created by the Swiss symbolist painter Arnold Böcklin. In fact, he produced several different versions of this mysterious painting between 1880 and 1886. They all depict a desolate rocky isle seen across an expanse of dark water. A small rowboat is arriving at a water gate. In the bow, facing the gate, there is a standing figure in white. Just in front of the figure there is a white object commonly interpreted as a coffin. The tiny isle is dominated by dense dark cypress trees — associated by long-standing tradition with cemeteries and mourning.
Böcklin himself provided no public explanation as to the meaning of the painting, though he did describe it as “a dream picture: it must produce such a stillness that one would be awed by a knock on the door”.
The above featured painting is the third version painted in 1883. In 1933 it was put up for sale and a noted Böcklin admirer, Adolf Hitler, acquired it. He hung it first at the Berghof in Obersalzberg and after 1940 in the New Reich Chancellery in Berlin. It is now at The Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
source Wikipedia

worldpaintings:

Arnold Böcklin

The Isle of the Dead, 1883, oil on panel, 80 × 150 cm, The Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin.

It is one of the most famous paintings created by the Swiss symbolist painter Arnold Böcklin. In fact, he produced several different versions of this mysterious painting between 1880 and 1886. They all depict a desolate rocky isle seen across an expanse of dark water. A small rowboat is arriving at a water gate. In the bow, facing the gate, there is a standing figure in white. Just in front of the figure there is a white object commonly interpreted as a coffin. The tiny isle is dominated by dense dark cypress trees — associated by long-standing tradition with cemeteries and mourning.

Böcklin himself provided no public explanation as to the meaning of the painting, though he did describe it as “a dream picture: it must produce such a stillness that one would be awed by a knock on the door”.

The above featured painting is the third version painted in 1883. In 1933 it was put up for sale and a noted Böcklin admirer, Adolf Hitler, acquired it. He hung it first at the Berghof in Obersalzberg and after 1940 in the New Reich Chancellery in Berlin. It is now at The Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin.

source Wikipedia

huffpostbooks:

Here’s What We Know About Fight Club 2

huffpostbooks:

Here’s What We Know About Fight Club 2

nevver:

Waiting for the end of the World, Lori Nix

Deerhunter - Twilight at Carbon Lake

4,237 plays

whiteknucklewheel:

Deerhunter - Twilight at Carbon Lake

Go to the ocean on a ship
Wave goodbye to the waves
And the frozen shit
That was in your heart

Citizen Kane (1941, dir. Orson Welles)

doodooprincess:

friends

doodooprincess:

friends

masha-mel:

too much food by masha mel

masha-mel:

too much food by masha mel

voltra:

So Many Circles, So Many Squares by Tana Hoban, Greenwillow Books, NY, 1998

voltra:

So Many Circles, So Many Squares by Tana Hoban, Greenwillow Books, NY, 1998

catmota:

Bottle Brush Trees
Jian Chong Min

catmota:

Bottle Brush Trees

Jian Chong Min

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