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leaves-in-his-hair:

Lichen, moss, and mushrooms, lovely combination.

leaves-in-his-hair:

Lichen, moss, and mushrooms, lovely combination.

(Source: freyjageist, via saxifraga-x-urbium)

sea-of-bitterness:

cheesestix:

akshully !!

fucking cool as hell. Is Sabrina Scott on tumblr? I feel like she’d like this!

sea-of-bitterness:

cheesestix:

akshully !!

fucking cool as hell. Is Sabrina Scott on tumblr? I feel like she’d like this!

(Source: zannaka, via saxifraga-x-urbium)

asylum-art:

Jen Mann, Strange Beauties

Inspired by the circus, illusions, dreams and innocence of childhood, the Canadian artist Jen Mann launched in March this year its exhibition of portraits of long range, titled Strange Beauties. Outside the reality paintings that focus on freedom in all its definitions showing the various facets of the painter. His highly expressive and emotionally charged drawings have a variety of neon shades pastries playing with overlays and solid foundations, bringing a burst of color and pictures to behold.

(Source: f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s, via asylum-art)

kvotheunkvothe:

crowleyslittleminion:

haeinsa:

rylutz:

Nature; the most beautiful and serene is often the most ruthless and destructive

(Source: stars-in-streams, via jack-me-off-jill)

for-science-sake:

A multitude of butterflies and their beautiful wings under the microscope. 

[Source]

(via saxifraga-x-urbium)

gracelizabetty:

kaycliffcenter:

Pink Cactus Flowers by alcastaneda91

aesthetic

gracelizabetty:

kaycliffcenter:

Pink Cactus Flowers by alcastaneda91

aesthetic

(via iridessence)

Anika Smulovitz, Lip Liner, 2003

(Source: aldoushuxley, via anniegee)

"[Food] is one of my persistent obsessions that had its source in my childhood. I was a child who did not want to eat. My parents were desperate. They would pour fish oil, fortified wine and various other liquids into me to enhance the taste of food, and they would send me to ‘fattening’ camps and other such places. I ended up so weakened and bony that I could not stand and my mum had to push me in a wheelchair. I was not even accepted in school. Besides, a chewing mouth is quite a fitting symbol of this aggressive, all-devouring civilization." [x]

"Food is perhaps the most apt symbol of our civilization because in its insatiable aggression, our civilization consumes everything around us: nature, animals, whole ethnic groups, cultures… everything gets digested in its utilitarian maw only to be excreted as money—the excrement of our times. Just like a small child our civilization considers its excrements to be the most valuable product it managed to squeeze out, and uses it to reward its favorites." [x]

Jan Švankmajer on the recurrent theme of food in his films.

(Source: strangewood, via nautilusfire)

nemobrand:

LEON

(via godiseven)

leaves-in-his-hair:

Lichen, moss, and mushrooms, lovely combination.

leaves-in-his-hair:

Lichen, moss, and mushrooms, lovely combination.

(Source: freyjageist, via saxifraga-x-urbium)

sea-of-bitterness:

cheesestix:

akshully !!

fucking cool as hell. Is Sabrina Scott on tumblr? I feel like she’d like this!

sea-of-bitterness:

cheesestix:

akshully !!

fucking cool as hell. Is Sabrina Scott on tumblr? I feel like she’d like this!

(Source: zannaka, via saxifraga-x-urbium)

mdme-x:

Cristina Tortufa

mdme-x:

Cristina Tortufa

(via saxifraga-x-urbium)

asylum-art:

Jen Mann, Strange Beauties

Inspired by the circus, illusions, dreams and innocence of childhood, the Canadian artist Jen Mann launched in March this year its exhibition of portraits of long range, titled Strange Beauties. Outside the reality paintings that focus on freedom in all its definitions showing the various facets of the painter. His highly expressive and emotionally charged drawings have a variety of neon shades pastries playing with overlays and solid foundations, bringing a burst of color and pictures to behold.

(Source: f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s, via asylum-art)

kvotheunkvothe:

crowleyslittleminion:

haeinsa:

rylutz:

Nature; the most beautiful and serene is often the most ruthless and destructive

(Source: stars-in-streams, via jack-me-off-jill)

for-science-sake:

A multitude of butterflies and their beautiful wings under the microscope. 

[Source]

(via saxifraga-x-urbium)

razkushutinstva:

Japanese stamp from 1937

razkushutinstva:

Japanese stamp from 1937

(via z-v-k)

gracelizabetty:

kaycliffcenter:

Pink Cactus Flowers by alcastaneda91

aesthetic

gracelizabetty:

kaycliffcenter:

Pink Cactus Flowers by alcastaneda91

aesthetic

(via iridessence)

Anika Smulovitz, Lip Liner, 2003

(Source: aldoushuxley, via anniegee)

"[Food] is one of my persistent obsessions that had its source in my childhood. I was a child who did not want to eat. My parents were desperate. They would pour fish oil, fortified wine and various other liquids into me to enhance the taste of food, and they would send me to ‘fattening’ camps and other such places. I ended up so weakened and bony that I could not stand and my mum had to push me in a wheelchair. I was not even accepted in school. Besides, a chewing mouth is quite a fitting symbol of this aggressive, all-devouring civilization." [x]

"Food is perhaps the most apt symbol of our civilization because in its insatiable aggression, our civilization consumes everything around us: nature, animals, whole ethnic groups, cultures… everything gets digested in its utilitarian maw only to be excreted as money—the excrement of our times. Just like a small child our civilization considers its excrements to be the most valuable product it managed to squeeze out, and uses it to reward its favorites." [x]

Jan Švankmajer on the recurrent theme of food in his films.

(Source: strangewood, via nautilusfire)

(Source: catatonia, via cyberscape2001)

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