thecrossroads:

nevver:

Art School Confidential

I’m finally in the top 10% of something

thecrossroads:

nevver:

Art School Confidential

I’m finally in the top 10% of something

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georgetakei:

What bozo checks into there?!
Source: That’s Messed Up

georgetakei:

What bozo checks into there?!

Source: That’s Messed Up


rhamphotheca:

Rock Art  - The Sahara
Photograph by Alexey Kharitnov 
The shadows of rocks both tumbled and towering dip into valleys on the floor of the Sahara. Here on a plateau in the Tassili n’Ajjer region of Algeria, the desert and its rock forests shelter prehistoric remnants dating to 10,000 B.C. Ceramic materials, paintings, and 15,000 engravings—among other artifacts—have been identified since the first discoveries at Tassili in 1933. 
This photo was submitted to the 2014 National Geographic Photo Contest.
(via: National Geographic)

rhamphotheca:

Rock Art  - The Sahara

Photograph by Alexey Kharitnov 

The shadows of rocks both tumbled and towering dip into valleys on the floor of the Sahara. Here on a plateau in the Tassili n’Ajjer region of Algeria, the desert and its rock forests shelter prehistoric remnants dating to 10,000 B.C. Ceramic materials, paintings, and 15,000 engravings—among other artifacts—have been identified since the first discoveries at Tassili in 1933. 

This photo was submitted to the 2014 National Geographic Photo Contest.

(via: National Geographic)

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virtual-artifacts:

 An Okvik ivory figure,
St. Laurence Island, Northwest Coast, circa 200 B.C. - 100 A.D.
This figure is a fine example of the Okvik culture, which flourished between 250 B.C. and 100 A.D. on St. Lawrence Island. Objects made by the Okvik were first discovered by the island’s inhabitants in the 1920s, and then again in the 1930s during excavation work. They are considered to be the masterpieces of the region’s pre-historic art.

virtual-artifacts:

An Okvik ivory figure,

St. Laurence Island, Northwest Coast, circa 200 B.C. - 100 A.D.

This figure is a fine example of the Okvik culture, which flourished between 250 B.C. and 100 A.D. on St. Lawrence Island. Objects made by the Okvik were first discovered by the island’s inhabitants in the 1920s, and then again in the 1930s during excavation work. They are considered to be the masterpieces of the region’s pre-historic art.

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plarabee:

Mên-an-Tol, from the Cornish meaning ‘the hole stone’. Cornwall, United Kingdom. 
"Mên-an-Tol is supposed to have a fairy or piskie guardian who can make miraculous cures. In one story, a changeling baby was put through the stone in order for the mother to get the real child back. Evil piskies had changed her child, and the ancient stones were able to reverse their evil spell.”
 *Photograph taken by myself.

plarabee:

Mên-an-Tol, from the Cornish meaning ‘the hole stone’. Cornwall, United Kingdom. 

"Mên-an-Tol is supposed to have a fairy or piskie guardian who can make miraculous cures. In one story, a changeling baby was put through the stone in order for the mother to get the real child back. Evil piskies had changed her child, and the ancient stones were able to reverse their evil spell.”

*Photograph taken by myself.

(via astranemus)


seashelllz:

jahsonic:  Nu au squelette (c. 1930, Nude with Skeleton) is a photo by Ergy Landau.

(via billyjane)

seashelllz:

jahsonic:  Nu au squelette (c. 1930, Nude with Skeleton) is a photo by Ergy Landau.

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nevver:

Not arrested, Banksy

nevver:

Not arrested, Banksy

(via astranemus)


everything is so grey and so still, my heart so still, sufficating. too many thoughts that should not be, should not exist. there is no air, even if standing by an open window. i can’t take the whole breath, my lungs so grey and my skin and my eyes, pupils not changing, narrow and still. trying to catch my last breath, trying to understand. m.

Always our wars have been our confessions of weakness.
Muriel Rukeyser (via observando)

(via nothinggood2say)


What is my worth, if I cannot be attractive? What is my worth, if I cannot attract attention? What is my worth if I am not dainty? What is my worth, if I am not skilled in the kitchen? What is my worth if I am not soft-spoken? The language of feminism was meant to answer those question by reminding women, and men who live outside the self-prescribed boxes of gender, that your worth is inherent, it arrived when you were born, it stays with you long after you die.
Chinwe Ohanele; "Afromentality-Shame" (via thatkindofwoman)

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Daniel Horne, Tears of the Night Sky

Daniel Horne, Tears of the Night Sky

(Source: artsytoad, via astranemus)


Silence is only frightening to people who are compulsively verbalizing.
William S. Burroughs (via lazyyogi)

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thirty-six-stratagems:

Shi Quan

NASA releases actual recordings from space -- and they're absolutely breathtaking

To offer no resistance to life is to be in a state of grace, ease, and lightness. This state is then no longer dependent upon things being in a certain way, good or bad. It seems almost paradoxical, yet when your inner dependency on form is gone, the general conditions of your life, the outer forms, tend to improve greatly. Things, people, or conditions that you thought you needed for your happiness now come to you with no struggle or effort on your part, and you are free to enjoy and appreciate them - while they last. All those things, of course, will still pass away, cycles will come and go, but with dependency gone there is no fear of loss anymore. Life flows with ease.
 Eckhart Tolle (via purplebuddhaproject)

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