My Delirious Wonderland

“You told me mornings were the best time to break your own heart. So here I am
smoking your brand of cigarettes for the scent.”

—   Clementine von Radics, from Ten Love Letters (via violentwavesofemotion)

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violentwavesofemotion:

Natalie Portman in Black Swan (2010) dir. by Darren Aronofsky

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stormtrooperfashion:

Josephine Skriver by Dario Catellani for FAT Man Magazine #1

stormtrooperfashion:

Josephine Skriver by Dario Catellani for FAT Man Magazine #1

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icanrelateto:

Read and Relate Here

feedingthewolf:

This. Forever and ever, this.

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“We are not transparent to ourselves. We have intuitions, suspicions, hunches, vague musings, and strangely mixed emotions, all of which resist simple definition. We have moods, but we don’t really know them. Then, from time to time, we encounter works of art that seem to latch on to something we have felt but never recognized clearly before. Alexander Pope identified a central function of poetry as taking thoughts we experience half-formed and giving them clear expression: “what was often thought, but ne’er so well expressed.” In other words, a fugitive and elusive part of our own thinking, our own experience, is taken up, edited, and returned to us better than it was before, so that we feel, at last, that we know ourselves more clearly.”

—   Alain de Botton, Art as Therapy (via whyallcaps)

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thinsquids:

simply gorgeous

thinsquids:

simply gorgeous

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gallowhill:

Portishead, To Kill A Dead Man film stills, 1994

To Kill a Dead Man is a short film made in 1994 by the trip hop group Portishead. The film is a spy movie which revolves around an assassination and what happens afterwards.
The film is featured in the bonus section on the DVD version of Roseland NYC Live released in 2002. The theme can be found on both the 1995 compilation album Glory Times and the 1994 CD single “Sour Times”. The music video for “Sour Times” also uses footage from the film.
A still from the film is featured on the cover of their album Dummy and several other stills appear in the CD booklet. A miniature image of the poster for the film is visible in the upper left corner at the back of this album.

Watch the short film in black and white here.

gallowhill:

Portishead, To Kill A Dead Man film stills, 1994

To Kill a Dead Man is a short film made in 1994 by the trip hop group Portishead. The film is a spy movie which revolves around an assassination and what happens afterwards.

The film is featured in the bonus section on the DVD version of Roseland NYC Live released in 2002. The theme can be found on both the 1995 compilation album Glory Times and the 1994 CD single “Sour Times”. The music video for “Sour Times” also uses footage from the film.

A still from the film is featured on the cover of their album Dummy and several other stills appear in the CD booklet. A miniature image of the poster for the film is visible in the upper left corner at the back of this album.

Watch the short film in black and white here.

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“All too violently my heart still flows toward you — my heart, upon which my summer burns, short, hot, melancholy, overblissful; how my summer heart craves your coolness.”

—   Friedrich Nietzsche, Ecce Homo (via whyallcaps)

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ex0skeletal:

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