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thedrowning:

martinekenblog:

12,000 toy soldiers fixed to a canvas-like board, forming a peace sign.

A bright colored rainbow, a symbol of paradise, seemingly harmless at first, but made of barbwire. Building riddles that await to be solved by the viewer himself, artist, Ole Ukena, creates diverse media works with an intriguing sense of humor.

He draws his inspiration of sources as psychology, philosophy, spirituality, always positioning his themes around subjects as individual vs. collective, identity and transformation as well as the creative potential of failure. Exploring the field of interrelated opposites his message of his recent work manifests itself through the precise choices of medium. He is sometimes poetically narrative or purposefully reduced, binding his work by a common thread of complex simplicity, leading the viewer astray but always lending a hand on the way back.

This is so good

Libraries really are wonderful. They’re better than bookshops, even. I mean bookshops make a profit selling you books, but libraries just sit there lending you books quietly out of the goodness of their hearts.

Jo Walton, Among Others (via mellifluousbookshelf)

(Source: memewhore)

thekawaiiangel:

awkwardsituationist:

“world of averages” - composite images culled from thousands of individual portraits resulting in symmetrical average faces

this was too cool not to reblog

(Source: fallen-kira)

I would like to watch you sleeping,
which may not happen.
I would like to watch you,
sleeping. I would like to sleep
with you, to enter
your sleep as its smooth dark wave
slides over my head.

Margaret Atwood, from “Variation On The Word Sleep,” Selected Poems II: 1976-1986 (Houghton Mifflin, 1987)

(Source: theburnthatkeepseverything)

aseaofquotes:

Roman Payne, Rooftop Soliloquy

tastefullyoffensive:

[maximoni]

turecepcja:

Photorealistic art of sea and ice created by artist Zaria Forman with her fingers.

vintageanchorbooks:

Pick out your banned book yet?

aseaofquotes:

Joyce Carol Oates, The Collector of Hearts

(Source: acupofkeen)

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