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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Portraits of Famous Photographers

1. Sam Haskins, 1963

2. Helmut Newton, 1981

3. Sally Man, 1974

4. Arthur “Weegee” Zelig

5. Ansel Adams

6. Vivia Maier

7. Paolo Roversi

8. Diane Arbus

9. Gordon Parks

10. Nobuyoshi Araki


Alice in Wondeland dishware by Monika Diamantopoulou

More Than Porcelain

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In every way that counted, I was dead. Inside somewhere maybe I was screaming and weeping and howling like an animal, but that was another person deep inside, another person who had no access to the lips and face and mouth and head, so on the surface I just shrugged and smile and kept moving. If I could have physically passed away, just let it all go, like that, without doing anything, stepped out of life as easily as walking through a door I would have done. But I was going to sleep at night and waking in the morning, disappointed to be there and resigned to existence.
Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things  (via awnelly)

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kdo:

Biker Chick: Circa the 1920’s Eileen Percy on an Indian Motorcycle in an Ad for Fox Shoes. Photo by Charles Gates Sheldon (1920’s)

kdo:

Biker Chick: Circa the 1920’s
Eileen Percy on an Indian Motorcycle in an Ad for Fox Shoes. Photo by Charles Gates Sheldon (1920’s)

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fotojournalismus:

Tingri, Tibet
Kazuyoshi Nomachi

songoharotto:

There’s ‘black comedy’ and then there’s M*A*S*H.

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fer1972:

Illustrations by Yang Fang Tao

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