After a year of push and pull games I finally found myself a place. In times I wonder if it is cause of one of a life’s basic traits, this bloody inconsistency everywhere, which I often forget about ending up badly bruised or just constant movement and changes make me lose footing:D
Variety’s also a brilliant thing, despite making the choice harder and reminding one if you run after two hares, you will catch neither.
Recent discovery is that 2 years’ gap may be the main reason one starts to read books in the corridors instead of striking a conversation with other students.
Alyona Subbotina in “An Accidental Fall” for Vogue Italia photographed by An Le
Should be a pretty interesting lecture:)
Seldom do I decide to visit my hometown. Every single time I pass by this place on my way home it never ceases to make me feel nostalgic. It has its own magic and I am aware of the fact that it may be only because despite remembering every detail of the shore, I haven’t get off the bus to touch the grass or feel the breeze. Maybe the experience wouldn’t be as exquisite and sublime as imagination? Some things are better off being unseen, untouched, remaining in the sphere of dreams. Concrete observation of a concrete world would certainly break the spell forever. I’ll let myself dream, just a little bit more:)
Â© 2011 WMG ‘Love Out of Lust’ is taken from Lykke Li’s new album ‘Wounded Rhymes’, released on the week of 28th of February. Pre-order it now: http://atlre.c…
Hyun Soo Kim (김현수)
Those are like a particular moment when while falling asleep the objects around turn into liquid silhouettes. Love the atmosphere
Got myself a new girl friend. Her previous owner gave her up ‘cause of work schedule which required to leave home for many days and leave her unattended. The cat’s bound to be a bit wild and rough, since grew up with the lack of human presence. Nonetheless she’s a good companion and her personality’s very interesting :)
Video from second part of Junk Fashion Show 2013 :)
A 23,000-year-old abstract figure from Lespugue, France. Picasso was fascinated by it and it influenced his 30s sculptural works Photograph: Graeme Robertson/Guardian
From antler batons to mammoth pendants, a new exhibition in London boasts a mind-blowing display of the world’s oldest known sculptures, drawings and portraits, crafted by the hands of Homo sapiens as long as 40,000 years ago. Ice Age Art: The Arrival of the Modern Mind runs from 7 February until 26 May 2013 – but you can take a sneak preview here
Goddess of Depression