slaughterhouse90210:

“But after a moment a sense of waste and ruin overcame him. There they were, close together and safe and shut in; yet so chained to their separate destinies that they might as well been half the world apart.” ― Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence

slaughterhouse90210:

“But after a moment a sense of waste and ruin overcame him. There they were, close together and safe and shut in; yet so chained to their separate destinies that they might as well been half the world apart.”
― Edith Wharton,
The Age of Innocence

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tastefullyoffensive:

Creations from French Girls, an iPhone app where people draw portraits based on selfies of others. [via]

Related: Subway Snapchat Art

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mentalalchemy:

coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE

TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.

*gives up on life*

49 196 notas

It is not my place to judge another person’s life. Only for myself, for myself alone, I must decide, I must chose, I must refuse.
Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha (via anamorphosis-and-isolate)

116 notas

andraskiraly:

Király András, Own hand, 60 x 40 cm

andraskiraly:

Király András, Own hand, 60 x 40 cm

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pppaperrr:

bueno, ahora a imprimir los stickers

pppaperrr:

bueno, ahora a imprimir los stickers

261 notas

Nostalgia, vieja canción
Nostalgia, sombra de alguien
Que sólo se llevara el tiempo
Cuando a mi también me lleve
El hombre que calculaba - Malba Tahan

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books0977:

Psycho (1959). Robert Bloch (1917-1994). New York: Simon & Schuster. First edition. Original dust jacket. 
Bloch takes the reader on a psychological journey through Norman Bates’ disturbed mind via a snapshot of his escalating derangement at the Bates Motel. Based in part on serial killer Ed Gein. Bloch himself was ‘surprised to discover how closely his imaginary character, Norman Bates, resembled the real Ed Gein.’ 
“The room was plainly but adequately furnished; she noted the shower stall in the bathroom beyond. Actually, she would have preferred a tub, but this would do.” ― Robert Bloch, Psycho

books0977:

Psycho (1959). Robert Bloch (1917-1994). New York: Simon & Schuster. First edition. Original dust jacket. 

Bloch takes the reader on a psychological journey through Norman Bates’ disturbed mind via a snapshot of his escalating derangement at the Bates Motel. Based in part on serial killer Ed Gein. Bloch himself was ‘surprised to discover how closely his imaginary character, Norman Bates, resembled the real Ed Gein.’ 

“The room was plainly but adequately furnished; she noted the shower stall in the bathroom beyond. Actually, she would have preferred a tub, but this would do.” ― Robert Bloch, Psycho

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escapekit:

Pop Culture Crayons

Artist Hoang Tran creates tiny sculptures using large-size Crayola crayons, the artist delicately hand-carves them into pop-culture icons.

(Fuente: mymodernmet.com)

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