Alexa (23) Los Angeles, CA
Install Theme
pre-raphaelisme:

Diana by Walter Crane 

pre-raphaelisme:

Diana by Walter Crane 

My after-work reward

My after-work reward

I’m obsessed with that Guess the Emoji game. If I’m still playing it in two weeks, I feel very sorry for the person sitting next to me on the plane.

(via xjournal)

Fleet Foxes

—Montezuma

faketual:

Putting a dinosaur does not make up for it Google Chrome

faketual:

Putting a dinosaur does not make up for it Google Chrome

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The Beatles

—I've Just Seen a Face

bunnyblake:

I’ve Just Seen a Face // The Beatles

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Just saw a gif set of the Marley & Me ending on my dash and now I’m sobbing. 

theoxfordbreakdown:

Another day at the office.

theoxfordbreakdown:

Another day at the office.

cavetocanvas:

Barnett Newman, Vir Heroicus Sublimis, 1950-51
From the Museum of Modern Art:

The Latin title of this painting can be translated as “Man, heroic and sublime.” It refers to Newman’s essay “The Sublime is Now,” in which he asks, “If we are living in a time without a legend that can be called sublime, how can we be creating sublime art?” His response is embodied in part by this painting—his largest ever at that time. Newman hoped that the viewer would stand close to this expansive work, and he likened the experience to a human encounter: “It’s no different, really, from meeting another person. One has a reaction to the person physically. Also, there’s a metaphysical thing, and if a meeting of people is meaningful, it affects both their lives.”

cavetocanvas:

Barnett Newman, Vir Heroicus Sublimis, 1950-51

From the Museum of Modern Art:

The Latin title of this painting can be translated as “Man, heroic and sublime.” It refers to Newman’s essay “The Sublime is Now,” in which he asks, “If we are living in a time without a legend that can be called sublime, how can we be creating sublime art?” His response is embodied in part by this painting—his largest ever at that time. Newman hoped that the viewer would stand close to this expansive work, and he likened the experience to a human encounter: “It’s no different, really, from meeting another person. One has a reaction to the person physically. Also, there’s a metaphysical thing, and if a meeting of people is meaningful, it affects both their lives.”

30 days till I leave this hell hole for London!!

Wild Nothing

—Counting Days

infinite-disbelief:

Wild Nothing - Counting Days

gameofchrons:

getting notes on a selfie

image

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