miserabilia:

glasses based on fonts. this is important.

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purtie:

pale/indie blog

purtie:

pale/indie blog

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nevver:

Leave me, Andre Elliott

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theantidote:

Proust’s letters to his noisy neighbours: “It seems almost too perfect that Proust, the bedridden invalid, would have sent notes upstairs, sometimes by messenger, sometimes through the post, to implore the Williamses to nail shut the crates containing their summer luggage in the evening, rather than in the morning, so that they could be better timed around his asthma attacks.”
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theantidote:

Proust’s letters to his noisy neighbours: “It seems almost too perfect that Proust, the bedridden invalid, would have sent notes upstairs, sometimes by messenger, sometimes through the post, to implore the Williamses to nail shut the crates containing their summer luggage in the evening, rather than in the morning, so that they could be better timed around his asthma attacks.”

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nevver:

No problems

nevver:

No problems

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defeatedlaughter:

Veins

defeatedlaughter:

Veins

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sylvides:

synaesthes—ia:

Some readings: 

Susan Sontag on Godard’s Vivre Sa Vie

If Not, Winter Fragments of Sappho, Anne Carson 

Jean Baudrillard, The Conspiracy of Art 

Walter Benjamin, The Work of Art in the Mechanical Age of Reproduction 

Peter Buerger, On the Problem of the Autonomy of Art in Bourgeois Society 

Yve-Alain Bois, Painting: The Task of Mourning

Anna C. Chave, Minimalism and the Rhetoric of Power

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walidhani:

that’s my secret

I’m always tired

*transforms into the incredible sloth*

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mymodernmet:

Budapest-based photographer Bianka Schumann's series Arkhai captures the fragile transition from childhood to adulthood. Using her younger brother and his best friend as subjects, Schumann documents the secretive “no man’s land” of adolescence in evocative portraits.

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