Your Days Are Your Sonnets

Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic.

elisebrown:

Street life of Newcastle

The images strongly resemble the work of late 19th century North East photographer Edgar G Lee.

(Source: bbc.com, via baedekersandbeasties)


Givenchy Haute Couture by Alexander McQueen photographed by Marcus Mam for Visionaire #26, 1998

post-impressionisms:

I love art - no.33

Caspar David Friedrich, German  (1774—1840).

(via decomposion)

nataliakoptseva:

Klimt Margaret Stonborough-Wittgenstein, 1905, oil on canvas

nataliakoptseva:

Klimt Margaret Stonborough-Wittgenstein, 1905, oil on canvas

mudwerks:

Detail from a 1955 Mystic Lingerie ad (by totallymystified)

mudwerks:

Detail from a 1955 Mystic Lingerie ad (by totallymystified)

(via baedekersandbeasties)

designcube:

Prism Mirrors by Tokujin Yoshioka x Glas Italia

(Source: deco-design.biz, via campsis)

“The work of the eyes is done. Go now and do the heart-work on the images imprisoned within you.”

—   Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet, translated from the German by Stephen Mitchell (Random House, 1984)

(Source: artemisdreaming, via nevaree)

By Tomoyuki Kambe

‘While focusing on the small living things in the natural world, I will try to draw the surrounded big world.
As for the element which forms this world, it has the led to the element which forms our societies.
Whenever I focus the small individual of the nature world, I notice the affinity of our societies. Through the observation of the small things around us, I believe that we find the form of the big world’
- Tomoyuki Kambe

(Source: 87-mm, via fee-verte)