itscolossal:

Paper Play: A New Book About the Art of Papercraft from Gingko Press
itscolossal:

Paper Play: A New Book About the Art of Papercraft from Gingko Press
itscolossal:

Paper Play: A New Book About the Art of Papercraft from Gingko Press
itscolossal:

Paper Play: A New Book About the Art of Papercraft from Gingko Press
itscolossal:

Paper Play: A New Book About the Art of Papercraft from Gingko Press
itscolossal:

Paper Play: A New Book About the Art of Papercraft from Gingko Press

wofexx-on-fire:

feminist party idea: 

Dress like suffragettes. Get fucking wasted. That’s all

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“Poets are interested primarily in death and commas.”
— Carolyn Kizer (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

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“I must create a system, or be enslaved by another man’s. I will not reason and compare: my business is to create.”
— William Blake, Jerusalem (via observando)

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blackcontemporaryart:

Nikita GaleTalking About My Girlfriend with Strangers, 2013
blackcontemporaryart:

Nikita GaleTalking About My Girlfriend with Strangers, 2013
blackcontemporaryart:

Nikita GaleTalking About My Girlfriend with Strangers, 2013
“You say I resemble a flower; I partly agree; My brain is governed by black petals of burnt daisies.”
— Anne Sexton, A Self-Portrait In Letters  (via mirroir)

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discardingimages:

rabbit riding a hound with a trained snail of prey 

Pontifical of Guillaume Durand, Avignon, before 1390.

Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, ms. 143, fol. 165r

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paintedout:

To imagine a language is to imagine a form of life.

Cy Twombly

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“When a reader falls in love with a book, it leaves its essence inside him, like radioactive fallout in an arable field, and after that there are certain crops that will no longer grow in him, while other, stranger, more fantastic growths may occasionally be produced.”
— Salman Rushdie, Books vs. Goons, L.A. Times, April 24, 2005 (via hoomanao)

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“As a writer, you should not judge, you should understand.”
— Ernest Hemingway (via night-write)

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