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joeydeangelis:

#81: Palo Alto (dir. Gia Coppola, 2014)

- I love you.
- What? That doesn’t even make sense.

I feel frozen, standing, waiting for the lights to change. I hear nothing. I feel irrelevant. I feel dreamy. It is almost dream like, self created silence.
—Daul Kim (via the-r-world)

(Source: wordsthat-speak)

serriform:

mid-air

  • Inventario balcanico / Balkan  Inventory
  • Jayu manse / Hurrah! For Freedom
  • Nostra signora dei turchi / Our Lady of the Turks
  • Dao cao ren / The Strawman
  • Stranger on Horseback

I’ve tried catching these kinds of shots deliberately, but they resonate best when they feel accidental or out of control.

I’m addicted to silence and privacy; I wallow in it.
—Valorie Wesley (via sensibilitaet)

(Source: wordsnquotes)

 こっくりさん (1997)

(Source: what-would-the-community-think)

People who are checking things off the list all the time might look like they’re getting stuff done but they’re not getting the big stuff done.
—Alan Castel, a UCLA associate professor of psychology, on our ever-busy lives. (via parislemon)
anamorphosis-and-isolate:

Fernando Pessoa from The Book of Disquiet

anamorphosis-and-isolate:

Fernando Pessoa
from The Book of Disquiet


Monochrome, The Ones 2 Watch

Monochrome, The Ones 2 Watch

(Source: silverscents)

And what is the most terrible thing about boredom? Why do we rush to dispel it? Because it is a distraction-free state which soon enough reveals underlying unpalatable truths about existence—our insignificance, our meaningless existence, our inexorable progression to deterioration and death.
—The Schopenhauer Cure , Irvin Yalom (via itsonlypretendingtobeachandelier)
theparisreview:

“Self-criticism comes in during gaps where I lose my focus, or sometimes when I’m up in front of a room giving a reading and I’m unexpectedly mortified, and there’s nothing else to do but to continue reading with an air of confidence while thinking, How could you write such sick fucking stuff?”
An interview with writer Dodie Bellamy.

theparisreview:

“Self-criticism comes in during gaps where I lose my focus, or sometimes when I’m up in front of a room giving a reading and I’m unexpectedly mortified, and there’s nothing else to do but to continue reading with an air of confidence while thinking, How could you write such sick fucking stuff?”

An interview with writer Dodie Bellamy.

serriform:

Fei lung mang jeung / Dragons Forever

supermodelgif:

Kirsten Dunst photographed by Juergen Teller

supermodelgif:

Kirsten Dunst photographed by Juergen Teller

gallowhill:

Serge Lutens’ 資生堂INOUI Commercials, 1989

mossless:


MOSSLESS: It makes perfect sense for you to go after American deserts. A lot of scenes in your photographs are quiet, desolate at times. Why is that?
Missy Prince: I’m not sure, but here’s a theory: I am a fairly quiet person. Perhaps I seek out such scenes to match my surroundings with my inner state, to find some kind of stillness. When I go out to look for photos I’m also looking for mental space. Somehow I end up in places that serve that purpose.

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mossless:

MOSSLESS: It makes perfect sense for you to go after American deserts. A lot of scenes in your photographs are quiet, desolate at times. Why is that?

Missy Prince: I’m not sure, but here’s a theory: I am a fairly quiet person. Perhaps I seek out such scenes to match my surroundings with my inner state, to find some kind of stillness. When I go out to look for photos I’m also looking for mental space. Somehow I end up in places that serve that purpose.

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