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possessed by a fever for knowledge, experience, and creation • dakota / 18 / oklahoma

thefoodshow:

Sweet and Savory Mango Relish
taishou-kun:

Kikuchi Rinko 菊地 凛子 in a Stella McCartney dress - Numéro Tokyo - 2013

taishou-kun:

Kikuchi Rinko 菊地 凛子 in a Stella McCartney dress - Numéro Tokyo - 2013

(via thekimonogallery)

“Once, Picasso was asked what his paintings meant. He said, ‘Do you ever know what the birds are singing? You don’t. But you listen to them anyway.’ So, sometimes with art, it is important just to look.”

—   Marina Abramovic (via post-impressionisms)

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Beauty and (In)Conspicuous Consumption

thenewinquiry:

But the fact is, there is a marked difference in the faces of women walking down East 86th Street in Manhattan and 86th Street in Queens, you know? Wealth enables you not to buy expensive foundation, but to buy the kind of skin creams, personalized skin care and access to the world’s bestdermatologists, and long-term know-how that enables a wealthy older woman to have the sort of look that marks her as a wealthy older woman. That is: Wealth enables you to treat beauty as a long-term investment.

20aliens:

Helmut Newton, Vogue

20aliens:

Helmut Newton, Vogue

The aching need to escape civilization woke me up at 7 and sent me to sit restlessly on the balcony with my cat, both of us bursting with energy and wishing we could be climbing trees and rolling in dirt. But the poor babe just had his balls snipped and I have $20 to my name. Our freedom will come, Posey!
theeraserhead:

"After 100 years, films should be getting really complicated. The novel has been reborn about 400 times, but it’s like cinema is stuck in the birth canal." - Harmony Korine.

theeraserhead:

"After 100 years, films should be getting really complicated. The novel has been reborn about 400 times, but it’s like cinema is stuck in the birth canal." - Harmony Korine.

(via 20aliens)

thefoodshow:

Recipe : Baked Eggs with Harissa Spiced Chickpeas and Mixed Greens
yummyinmytumbly:

Tamago Kake Gohan
vicemag:


An off-beat and beguiling journey into the dark corners of the mind, Go Down Death is something you haven’t seen before. It was shot on black-and-white Super 16mm and filmed in 14 days in an old abandoned paint factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The film feels like it was beamed from another plane of existence. It’s an ensemble piece that takes place entirely on constructed sets of decaying buildings that are inhabited by amputated soldiers, tone-deaf bar singers, child gravediggers, and shape-shifting doctors, all surrounded by an unseen, foreboding presence existing outside the frame.
It’s also the kind of rare filmmaking that sticks with you. I found myself recalling moments from the film—like the howling sound of the wind or a character muttering the line “Ghost haunt me, but I’ll haunt no one”—days after I’d seen it. Perhaps the film’s lasting quality can be attributed to its grim subject matter. There’s a lot of talk of death, disease, and the breakdown of the body. It’s all very exposed and vulnerable. You’ll probably find yourself feeling those qualities after the credits roll.

Do you remember when we interviewed the filmmaker behind Go Down Death a few months back? The film’s now out on iTunes. Check it out! 

vicemag:

An off-beat and beguiling journey into the dark corners of the mind, Go Down Death is something you haven’t seen before. It was shot on black-and-white Super 16mm and filmed in 14 days in an old abandoned paint factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The film feels like it was beamed from another plane of existence. It’s an ensemble piece that takes place entirely on constructed sets of decaying buildings that are inhabited by amputated soldiers, tone-deaf bar singers, child gravediggers, and shape-shifting doctors, all surrounded by an unseen, foreboding presence existing outside the frame.

It’s also the kind of rare filmmaking that sticks with you. I found myself recalling moments from the film—like the howling sound of the wind or a character muttering the line “Ghost haunt me, but I’ll haunt no one”—days after I’d seen it. Perhaps the film’s lasting quality can be attributed to its grim subject matter. There’s a lot of talk of death, disease, and the breakdown of the body. It’s all very exposed and vulnerable. You’ll probably find yourself feeling those qualities after the credits roll.

Do you remember when we interviewed the filmmaker behind Go Down Death a few months back? The film’s now out on iTunes. Check it out! 

Favorite Ghibli Scenery for 

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someday, when working in the food industry is nothing but an unpleasant memory, my hair will do this exactly 

someday, when working in the food industry is nothing but an unpleasant memory, my hair will do this exactly 

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IT’S ME

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wetheurban:

MUSIC: Playlist - Songs I’ll Eat You Out To
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wetheurban:

MUSIC: Playlist - Songs I’ll Eat You Out To

You asked, we answered! Our new playlist of the best songs to dine to will take you by the hand, whisper sweet nothings in your ear and lead you straight to the bedroom. Stream after the jump:

Read More

brilliant gift x