psithurism

O wie ist alles fern und lange vergangen.

Behind the scenes of Magnolia (1999).

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"Talking together is a form of intercourse. You and I exist together in all the delirious countries of the sexual world. You draw me into the marvelous. Your smile keeps a mesmeric flow."

— Anaïs Nin, from Delta of Venus (via lucasta)

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fantagraphics:

noahvansciver:

Fante Bukowski page 16

Noah Van Sciver
bartleby-company:

 ”On the set of the film The Mirror, Andrey Tarkovsky included himself in one scene, lying in a hospital bed and holding a tiny bird on his right hand. And this is what happened to him at the end of his life: in his sick-room in Paris, the room where he died, a little bird would fly every morning through the open window and come to light on him.” 
From the book “Instant Light - Tarkovsky Polaroids

bartleby-company:

 ”On the set of the film The Mirror, Andrey Tarkovsky included himself in one scene, lying in a hospital bed and holding a tiny bird on his right hand. And this is what happened to him at the end of his life: in his sick-room in Paris, the room where he died, a little bird would fly every morning through the open window and come to light on him.” 

From the book “Instant Light - Tarkovsky Polaroids

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wonderfulambiguity:

John Divola, Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert (1996-2001)

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fantagraphics:

thebristolboard:

"Volcano" illustration by Charles Burns.

Charles Burns

fantagraphics:

thebristolboard:

"Volcano" illustration by Charles Burns.

Charles Burns

missavagardner:

Nobody’s perfect. There was never a perfect person around. You just have half-angel and half-devil in you.
Days of Heaven (1978), Terrence Malick.

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nevver:

“Nothing is funnier than unhappiness.” — Samuel Beckett

nevver:

“Nothing is funnier than unhappiness.” — Samuel Beckett

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tamburina:

Nick Cave

tamburina:

Nick Cave

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fuckyeahexistentialism:

Gabriel García Márquez   March 6, 1927- April 17, 2014

fuckyeahexistentialism:

Gabriel García Márquez   March 6, 1927- April 17, 2014

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To those

of you who have enjoyed reading my poetry on here (a very select few, I am sure)—thank you.

I have decided, however, to take my writing more seriously; and as I want to publish some revisions of my work, I am deleting my poetry page. This means that I will cease posting online, as publishers (whether houses, or literary magazines/journals) consider blog posts as already published work. If you are interested in seeing my work, message me, give me contact information, do whatever you want. 

goryamos:

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s Street Art Confronts Sexual Harassment

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