ovadiaandsons:

Audrey 

ovadiaandsons:

Audrey 

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freeparadise:

Lana Del Rey and James Franco

freeparadise:

Lana Del Rey and James Franco

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"Creativity comes from melancholia… when you are happy, when you are living life to the fullest, then there is no time to create. You don’t need to, because you are living life."

Peter Doherty, From Albion to Shangri-La (via songofthespheres)

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Brian Eno – By This River (4,203 plays)

crow-boy:

Brian Eno - By This River - Before and After Science

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kurty

kurty

(Source: ecstasy-feeling, via zeb0ylook3datjohnny)

koanilla:

stress-free zone

koanilla:

stress-free zone

(Source: fourmermaids, via zoeerose)

vienna4u:

Josef Maria Auchentaller: Wintermärchen, 1901.
For Ver Sacrum, the magazine of the Vienna Secession.

vienna4u:

Josef Maria Auchentaller: Wintermärchen, 1901.

For Ver Sacrum, the magazine of the Vienna Secession.

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Slowdive – Dagger (12,837 plays)

thecandlegoat:

Slowdive - Souvlaki (1993)

I thought I heard you whisper
It happens all the time

eceorentepe:

Şuradaki CLOUDS: We Heart It

eceorentepe:

Şuradaki CLOUDS: We Heart It

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"Never make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option."

Maya Angelou (via larmoyante)

cityvillain:

Sofia and River by Gus Van Sant

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theantidote:

The art of Sleepy
Sleepy is a Japanese illustrator with a style heavily influenced by European folk art aesthetics, especially the northern regions. Characterised by a lack of sunlight in the winter seasons, this seasonal influence was typically carried over to childrens books via it’s emphasis on soft, desaturated colours and stories based on natural folklore. Mixed with a pseudo-anime style, Sleepy’s work is appealing to look at, executed in a watercolour style that really makes these pieces seem like they’re taken straight out of the pages of a fairy tale.

theantidote:

The art of Sleepy

Sleepy is a Japanese illustrator with a style heavily influenced by European folk art aesthetics, especially the northern regions. Characterised by a lack of sunlight in the winter seasons, this seasonal influence was typically carried over to childrens books via it’s emphasis on soft, desaturated colours and stories based on natural folklore. Mixed with a pseudo-anime style, Sleepy’s work is appealing to look at, executed in a watercolour style that really makes these pieces seem like they’re taken straight out of the pages of a fairy tale.

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