November 17, 2013   33,857 notes

A boy sits reading in a bombed bookstore, London, October 8 1940

A boy sits reading in a bombed bookstore, London, October 8 1940

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November 17, 2013   829 notes
mimbeau:

"The ghost train"
1953
Robert Doisneau

mimbeau:

"The ghost train"

1953

Robert Doisneau

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October 29, 2013   65 notes

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October 29, 2013   39 notes
typojunky:

Semilla

typojunky:

Semilla

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October 6, 2013   22,373 notes

nevver:

Morrissey Gets a Job, Brian Brooks

July 18, 2013   151 notes
theparisreview:

320 books from David Foster Wallace’s personal library. (via)

theparisreview:

320 books from David Foster Wallace’s personal library. (via)

March 10, 2013   1,287 notes
nevver:

Thank God it’s Frida

nevver:

Thank God it’s Frida

February 23, 2013

“As I became a Smith, I used flowers because Oscar Wilde always used flowers. He once went to the Colorado salt mines and addressed a mass of miners there. He started the speech with, ‘Let me tell you why we worship the daffodil’. Of course, he was stoned to death”

December 30, 2012   28,406 notes
nevver:

I have an art blog.

nevver:

I have an art blog.

December 30, 2012   3,737 notes

livelymorgue:

A suit built in 1960 by the Republic Aviation Corporation solved the problem of what “the well-dressed man” would “wear for a stroll over the airless moonscape.” The Oct. 16 photo spread promised that the outfit would have its own oxygen supply and that its tripod legs would “enable its wearer to rest by sitting on a perch inside.” The wrench hands were presumably for securing loose screws. Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times