I Live Between Concrete Walls


To your scattered bodies go!

As a species we've hit the bedtime barrier.

Your father should have taught you how to sharpen your own knives.
Taga Shin

Taga Shin

ahhr:

In the Serpentine Passage looking through to the Altar Chamber in the Shell Grotto, Margate, Kent. The subterranean passageway was discovered in 1835, and is decorated in mosaics created entirely from seashells. The date of construction remains a mystery.

ahhr:

In the Serpentine Passage looking through to the Altar Chamber in the Shell Grotto, Margate, Kent. The subterranean passageway was discovered in 1835, and is decorated in mosaics created entirely from seashells. The date of construction remains a mystery.

(via skeletalearth)

suonko:

by Rose Briar

suonko:

by Rose Briar

(via una-lady-italiana)

cavetocanvas:

Elihu Vedder, Memory, 1870

cavetocanvas:

Elihu Vedder, Memory, 1870

(via fragilityofart)

cryptofwrestling:

Chassino, The Foot Silhouettist

Creator of the world.

cryptofwrestling:

Chassino, The Foot Silhouettist

Creator of the world.

(via baterfly)

bienenkiste:

Ph. Emma Hartvig

bienenkiste:

Ph. Emma Hartvig

theglasspingle:

Svetlin Vassilev, from Romeo and Juliet

theglasspingle:

Svetlin Vassilev, from Romeo and Juliet

(via sammy-spock-dalek)

(Source: thesebooksareolderthanyou, via plasmatwin)

thisblueboy:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck (Nijmegen ca.1613-1678 Amsterdam), A Forest Floor Still-life with various Fungi, Thistles, an Aspic Viper, etc., 1660, Private Collection

thisblueboy:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck (Nijmegen ca.1613-1678 Amsterdam), A Forest Floor Still-life with various Fungi, Thistles, an Aspic Viper, etc., 1660, Private Collection

(via darkartsandcrafts)

10 Books

Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag ten people.

I decided to only list fiction.

1. D.H. Lawrence: Sons and Lovers
2. Tanith Lee: Don’t Bite the Sun
3. Thomas Mann: Faust
4. Ursula le Guin: The Birthday of the World
5. L.M. Montgomery: Anne of Green Gables
6. Doris Lessing: Memoirs of a Survivor
7. Julie O’Faolain : Women in the Wall
8. Margaret Atwood: Surfacing
9. Octavia Butler: Parable of the Sower
10. Chinua Achebe: Things Falls Apart

I can’t get bloody tagging to work, so uh…Do it if you want to I guess.

slutzs:

nose job transformations

This makes me a little sad. They were good noses.

slutzs:

nose job transformations

This makes me a little sad. They were good noses.

(Source: moldavia, via thesaddestpartofmybodyismymouth)

gothlesterol:

Allan Curless, ‘The Nazgul’, Illustration for David Day’s book ‘Characters from Tolkien’

gothlesterol:

Allan Curless, ‘The Nazgul’, Illustration for David Day’s book ‘Characters from Tolkien’

(via lonerwitch)

oursoulsaredamned:

Jan Parker - Paintings of Witchcraft and Black Magic, 1971

oursoulsaredamned:

Jan Parker - Paintings of Witchcraft and Black Magic, 1971

(via alexanderraban)

1910-again:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck, Snakes, Toads and Butterflies c.1639-1678

1910-again:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck, Snakes, Toads and Butterflies c.1639-1678

(via spitespit)

douchamp:

René Magritte asleep at the MoMA.

douchamp:

René Magritte asleep at the MoMA.