1. margadirube:

dailyartjournal:Fran Skiles

    margadirube:

    dailyartjournal:Fran Skiles

  2. amare-habeo:

Roland Topor (French, 1938 - 1997)
Untitled, N/D

    amare-habeo:

    Roland Topor (French, 1938 - 1997)

    Untitled, N/D

  3. amare-habeo:

Victor Brauner (Romanian-French, 1903 - 1966) 
Devouring generation (Génération dévoratrice), 1964

    amare-habeo:

    Victor Brauner (Romanian-French, 1903 - 1966) 

    Devouring generation (Génération dévoratrice), 1964

  4. takahikohayashi:

hand made poster 1988 林孝彦 HAYASHI Takahiko 1988

    takahikohayashi:

    hand made poster 1988 
    林孝彦 HAYASHI Takahiko 1988

  5. Line breaks are the reason I fell in love with poems. When I was a kid and I was first reading poetry, the poem seemed different from prose because it had line breaks—that’s how I knew. The line break was amazing, because so many meanings could be made in that moment. A line break, I really believe, is a moment of doubt—that in the process of writing, you don’t break your line until you know that you have heightened doubt to its utmost. This is part of why what we’re doing is an amazing craft.

    — Jericho Brown, interviewed by Kendra DeColo for Nashville Review (via apoetreflects)

    (Source: bostonpoetryslam)

  6. 1bohemian:

Portrait of Monet

    1bohemian:

    Portrait of Monet

    (Source: binahbeat)

  7. margadirube:

ollebosse:February by Angirias

    margadirube:

    ollebosse:February by Angirias

    (Source: a2matos.deviantart.com)

  8. margadirube:

larameeee:Rocks (by Yann LECOEUR Photography)

    margadirube:

    larameeee:Rocks (by Yann LECOEUR Photography)

  9. derpycats:

Rune censoring daddy’s reading.

    derpycats:

    Rune censoring daddy’s reading.

  10. workman:

    nihongogahanasenai:

    So everyone really seemed to like artworks depicting crows. So here is a  compilation of artwork by Kawanabe Kyōsai
    In order:

    Crow on a Rock :http://metmuseum.org/exhibitions/view?exhibitionId={6651208c-015b-414a-940b-b57d76631780}&oid=60025770&pg=5&rpp=20&pos=83&ft=*

    Crow and Willow Tree: http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/view?exhibitionId={6651208C-015B-414A-940B-B57D76631780}&oid=60025785&pg=4&rpp=20&pos=75&ft=*

    Two Crows on a Pine Branch: http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/view?exhibitionId={6651208C-015B-414A-940B-B57D76631780}&oid=60025752&pg=4&rpp=20&pos=80&ft=*

    Crow and the Moon:http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/view?exhibitionId={6651208C-015B-414A-940B-B57D76631780}&oid=60025774&pg=4&rpp=20&pos=74&ft=*

    Crow Flying in the Snow: http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/view?exhibitionId={6651208C-015B-414A-940B-B57D76631780}&oid=60025783&pg=4&rpp=20&pos=77&ft=*

    Crow and Reeds by a Stream: http://metmuseum.org/exhibitions/view?exhibitionId={6651208c-015b-414a-940b-b57d76631780}&oid=60025757&pg=5&rpp=20&pos=1&ft=*