Robert Paul Smith has a way with book titles. Be sure to check out the companion to How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself, Where Did You Go? Out. What Did You Do? Nothing.
Libraries raised me. — Ray Bradbury (via wordpainting)
Sunset Blvd. (1950) Gloria Swanson smoking.
(Source: the-dark-city, via the-dark-city)
(via Masterminds 2013: Artist of the Day, Jeffrey Thompson - San Francisco - Arts - The Exhibitionist)
‘Little Miss Sunshine’ fantastic.
I have always been fascinated with photography especially photographs in black and white. Sergio Larrain invokes such beauty with colourless photographs, simply beautiful.
The wisdom of Marcel Duchamp.
I must say many have forgotten how wise Duchamp is, but not bluntcrayon, he is one sporadic individual.
But those last years feel different. They weren’t unhappy exactly—I’ve got plenty of memories I treasure from them—but they were more serious, and in some ways darker. Maybe I’ve exaggerated it in my mind, but I’ve got an impression of things changing rapidly around then, like day moving into night. — Kazou Ishiguro, Never Let Me Go
‘Never Let Me Go’
Girl in London on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/34706915/via/brabuletazul
I’m going to read what I want, and listen to what I want, and I’m going to look at paintings and watch French films, and I’m gonna talk to people who know lots about lots. — Jenny; An Education (via mylittlebookofquotes)