i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 
i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 

i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 

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“Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953.“Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”

Fun fact: folks with suicidal tendencies are actually more likely to perform a successful suicide during the times when their depression seems to be on the wane. Oftentimes, the renewed energy and drive allows them to more effectively plan and carry out the act.  
“Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953.“Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”

Fun fact: folks with suicidal tendencies are actually more likely to perform a successful suicide during the times when their depression seems to be on the wane. Oftentimes, the renewed energy and drive allows them to more effectively plan and carry out the act.  
“Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953.“Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”

Fun fact: folks with suicidal tendencies are actually more likely to perform a successful suicide during the times when their depression seems to be on the wane. Oftentimes, the renewed energy and drive allows them to more effectively plan and carry out the act.  
“Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953.“Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”

Fun fact: folks with suicidal tendencies are actually more likely to perform a successful suicide during the times when their depression seems to be on the wane. Oftentimes, the renewed energy and drive allows them to more effectively plan and carry out the act. 

“Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953.“Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer.”

Fun fact: folks with suicidal tendencies are actually more likely to perform a successful suicide during the times when their depression seems to be on the wane. Oftentimes, the renewed energy and drive allows them to more effectively plan and carry out the act. 

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“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

“A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)
A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are more important things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation. What we should depict is, how the boy understands the girl, and the process in which the girl opens her heart to the boy. At the end, the girl will say to the boy, ‘I love you, Ashitaka. But I cannot forgive humans.’ Smiling, the boy should say, ‘That is fine. Live with me.’”  ( — Hayao Miyazaki)

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fleurdulys:

Tristan and Isolde - Yoshitaka Amano

~1980

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dylanthepilgrim:


Grimes, Pitchfork 2014

Good lord she’s so fucking cool
dylanthepilgrim:


Grimes, Pitchfork 2014

Good lord she’s so fucking cool
dylanthepilgrim:


Grimes, Pitchfork 2014

Good lord she’s so fucking cool

dylanthepilgrim:

Grimes, Pitchfork 2014

Good lord she’s so fucking cool

(via megclaire)

incidentalcomics:

Creative Thinking
incidentalcomics:

Creative Thinking
“What is a poet? An unhappy man who hides deep anguish in his heart, but whose lips are so formed that when the sigh and cry pass through them, it sounds like lovely music…. And people flock around the poet and say: ‘Sing again soon’ - that is, ‘May new sufferings torment your soul but your lips be fashioned as before, for the cry would only frighten us, but the music, that is blissful’.”
— Søren Kierkegaard. (via honey-nut-queerios)

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theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha
Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 
theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha
Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 
theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha
Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 
theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha
Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 
theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha
Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 
theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha
Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 

theonlymagicleftisart:

Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha

Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 

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