fuldagap:

Entrance to the abandoned House-Monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party, Republic of Bulgaria. 

fuldagap:

Entrance to the abandoned House-Monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party, Republic of Bulgaria. 

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Reading ‘a brief history of time’ has destroyed whatever faith I had left that we’re somehow significant it’s s great read if you’re ever feeling too confidant that you matter

chimneyfish:

Riding with Death, 1988

Jean-Michel Basquiat

chimneyfish:

Riding with Death, 1988

Jean-Michel Basquiat

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Phantogram – Bill Murray (3,229 plays)

john-le:

Phantogram- Bill Murray

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elsastclaire:

wryer: “Recreating Paintings in the 21st Century”

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what the FUCK is the universe expanding into

"I went to Columbia University because I knew I wanted to go to a school that was academically rigorous. I prided myself on getting good grades but I also hated it. I used to wonder why I was busting my ass at calculus when I was interested in the arts, but I felt that there was a relationship between working hard at school and taking your dreams seriously. I still think that if you’re excited about something, you have to work at it."

Ezra Koenig 

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magrittee:

Leonor Fini - Red Vision

magrittee:

Leonor Fini - Red Vision

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"And on the Mexican border, Someone has ripped through a fence Of reinforced chicken wire With bolt cutters, And erected a hammock By suspending it Between two of the fence’s Concrete pillars.
After swinging gently back and forth, From Texas to Mexico and then From Mexico back to Texas, They doze off; contemptuous Of the security guards Patrolling this artificial demarcation – For, once upon a time, Texas was Mexico And Texas didn’t exist.
When Eugene Debs was imprisoned For conscientious objection in World War One He said, on September 11th 1915, ‘I have no country to fight forMy country is the earthI’m a citizen of the world.’”
– Heathcote Williams, “No Borders”

"And on the Mexican border,
Someone has ripped through a fence
Of reinforced chicken wire
With bolt cutters,
And erected a hammock
By suspending it
Between two of the fence’s
Concrete pillars.

After swinging gently back and forth,
From Texas to Mexico and then
From Mexico back to Texas,
They doze off; contemptuous
Of the security guards
Patrolling this artificial demarcation –
For, once upon a time,
Texas was Mexico
And Texas didn’t exist.

When Eugene Debs was imprisoned
For conscientious objection in World War One
He said, on September 11th 1915,
I have no country to fight for
My country is the earth
I’m a citizen of the world.’

– Heathcote Williams, “No Borders

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Scarlett Johansson on the set of Lost In Translation (2003)

Scarlett Johansson on the set of Lost In Translation (2003)

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"The only dream worth having is to dream that you will live while you’re alive, and die only when you’re dead."

Arundhati Roy, “The End of Imagination”

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I wanted to be marissa cooper when I grew up but I’m pretty sure I turned out to be seth

Arctic Monkeys – 505 (479,173 plays)

arctic monkeys | 505

"i’d probably still adore you with your hands around my neck"

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