sullenmoons:

内田正泰 古里の海 木版画

sullenmoons:

内田正泰 古里の海 木版画

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same sad kid you always were

Everything is so superb and breathtaking. I am creeping forward on my belly like they do in war movies.

Diane Arbus

I’m just gonna put this here

I’m just gonna put this here

I am in love with algorithms and I’m not afraid to show it

I am in love with algorithms and I’m not afraid to show it

William Eggleston

William Eggleston

Often very often, I have these ‘photographic dreams’. They are just one beautiful picture after another—which don’t exist. Short time later, I don’t remember them. I just remember being very happy during the dream [laughs]. Always in color.

William Eggleston


Verena Michels and Zyanya Keizer S/S 2015

Verena Michels and Zyanya Keizer S/S 2015

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don’t forget how New Yorker cartoons changed the face of groany quiet humor forever

don’t forget how New Yorker cartoons changed the face of groany quiet humor forever

This deeply ambivalent image of masculine desire—an eternal hard-on of the spotless mind—requires a feminine desire that knows how to long for death, and therefore how to really love white masculinity. There may well be suicidal femmes in non-white culture, but the pop-culture Beautiful Girl Who Longs For Death is paradigmatically white. She could take her pick of the spoils of white patriarchy, but instead she wants to lie down and die.

this article was great but what is incredible is the phrase “eternal hard-on of the spotless mind” o.m.g.

http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/full-time-daughter/