lupevision:

Lupe Vasconcelos
Untitled (demoness)

Ink and tempera gouache on Canson Mi-teintes paper
221x143mm

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Timestamp: 1411211848

lupevision:

Lupe Vasconcelos
Untitled (demoness)

Ink and tempera gouache on Canson Mi-teintes paper
221x143mm

(via blaqmercury)

blackbucky:

SYMBOLISM SERIES, Bees

the Egyptians claim bees grew from the tears of the Sun God Ra when they landed on the desert sand. It was believed to be the sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld. To them honey was liquid gold.

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Timestamp: 1411211681

blackbucky:

SYMBOLISM SERIES, Bees

the Egyptians claim bees grew from the tears of the Sun God Ra when they landed on the desert sand. It was believed to be the sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld. To them honey was liquid gold.

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hifructosemag:

What a special gift for someone special, including yourself! This brooch features Mark Ryden’s “Daisy” drawing from “The Gay 90s: West” exhibition (see our coverage here) and is now available in the Hi-Fructose online store. The brooch features a mineral crystal dome and a solid metal back custom stamped with Mark’s logo and a safety pin style attachment. It comes in a black velvet pouch and box with a certificate of authenticity. Check it out in our shop.

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Timestamp: 1411211563

hifructosemag:

What a special gift for someone special, including yourself! This brooch features Mark Ryden’s “Daisy” drawing from “The Gay 90s: West” exhibition (see our coverage here) and is now available in the Hi-Fructose online store. The brooch features a mineral crystal dome and a solid metal back custom stamped with Mark’s logo and a safety pin style attachment. It comes in a black velvet pouch and box with a certificate of authenticity. Check it out in our shop.

(via blaqmercury)

It’s really important to me that April loves camping, so I went ahead and set up the ultimate campsite love nest. Complete with beautiful starlight. We’ve got champagne. Also rose petals. As you can see, they smell terrific.

(Source: starlourd, via thetorturedoctor)

Timestamp: 1411210911

It’s really important to me that April loves camping, so I went ahead and set up the ultimate campsite love nest. Complete with beautiful starlight. We’ve got champagne. Also rose petals. As you can see, they smell terrific.

(Source: starlourd, via thetorturedoctor)

(Source: ejallston, via star-wars-love)

(Source: BURGERTV, via star-wars-love)

nprfreshair:

John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats joins Fresh Air to talk about his new novel, Wolf in White Van, his dark adolescence, and the best part of his job: 

"I hang out and sign records for an hour or two hours every night and I like to hear as many people’s stories as I can, because if somebody wants to share their story with me, I want to honor that. … But if you’re hearing a bunch of [stories], it gets very intense. It’s a lot.

I feel a duty. … I really think there’s a lot of music you can use to heal and save yourself. It’s not like I have some magic power and I reached inside somebody and said, “Oh, you didn’t know this about yourself until I wrote this song.” That’s not true. What I did is I made a thing, and somebody who needed to find something found mine and chose to meet me out on that ground.

It’s this area of communication that is unique to music, I think. That’s a choice that the listener makes to share that part of themselves with the artist who hopefully shared part of himself. … It’s very intense to have those sorts of conversations, have people sharing stuff that may be a secret, but I try to be worthy of it. It’s an honor. I’ve worked a lot of jobs — this is the best one.”

(via thetorturedoctor)

Timestamp: 1411209830

nprfreshair:

John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats joins Fresh Air to talk about his new novel, Wolf in White Van, his dark adolescence, and the best part of his job: 

"I hang out and sign records for an hour or two hours every night and I like to hear as many people’s stories as I can, because if somebody wants to share their story with me, I want to honor that. … But if you’re hearing a bunch of [stories], it gets very intense. It’s a lot.

I feel a duty. … I really think there’s a lot of music you can use to heal and save yourself. It’s not like I have some magic power and I reached inside somebody and said, “Oh, you didn’t know this about yourself until I wrote this song.” That’s not true. What I did is I made a thing, and somebody who needed to find something found mine and chose to meet me out on that ground.

It’s this area of communication that is unique to music, I think. That’s a choice that the listener makes to share that part of themselves with the artist who hopefully shared part of himself. … It’s very intense to have those sorts of conversations, have people sharing stuff that may be a secret, but I try to be worthy of it. It’s an honor. I’ve worked a lot of jobs — this is the best one.”

(via thetorturedoctor)

johndarnielleleaningonthings:

John Darnielle, pictured here leaning against a goat, is often known to lean on things. Such as goats.
Picture by the Man Himself

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Timestamp: 1411209776

johndarnielleleaningonthings:

John Darnielle, pictured here leaning against a goat, is often known to lean on things. Such as goats.
Picture by the Man Himself

(via thetorturedoctor)

  • sext: i'm gonna take you to a mountain goats show
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  • Trackname:

    You Were Cool
  • Artist:

    The Mountain Goats
  • Album:

    Live