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MINT STRAP FLATFORM SANDALS

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(Quelle: daeum)

Blue Vanitas  “This Place in Time” Exhibition by Sara Cwynar

Blue Vanitas  “This Place in Time” Exhibition by Sara Cwynar

currently watching: Björk in Drawing Restraint 9, directed by Matthew Barney 

currently watching: Björk in Drawing Restraint 9, directed by Matthew Barney 

Where Do We Go From Here? (1999) by Ugo Rondinone

Where Do We Go From Here? (1999) by Ugo Rondinone

 360° eyeball

 360° eyeball

Golden cowrie (Lyncina Aurantium) have often been considered to be symbols of fertility. The dorsum of the shell resembles a pregnant belly, and the underside of the shell resembles a vulva.

Living in the Sunlight // Tiny Tim

wowee 

Lonely Richard // Amen Dunes

(1.173 Mal abgespielt)
Monsieur X, 1930

Monsieur X, 1930

A little thing, like children putting flowers in my hair, can fill up the widening cracks in my self-assurance like soothing lanolin. I was sitting out on the steps today, uneasy with fear and discontent. Peter, (the little boy-across-the-street) with the pointed pale face, the grave blue eyes and the slow fragile smile came bringing his adorable sister Libby of the flaxen braids and the firm, lyrically-formed child-body. They stood shyly for a little, and then Peter picked a white petunia and put it in my hair. Thus began an enchanting game, where I sat very still, while Libby ran to and fro gathering petunias, and Peter stood by my side, arranging the blossoms. I closed my eyes to feel more keenly the lovely delicate-child-hands, gently tucking flower after flower into my curls. “And now a white one,” the lisp was soft and tender. Pink, crimson, scarlet, white … the faint pungent odor of the petunias was hushed and sweet. And all my hurts were smoothed away. Something about the frank, guileless blue eyes, the beautiful young bodies, the brief scent of the dying flowers smote me like the clean quick cut of a knife. And the blood of love welled up in my heart with a slow pain.
—Sylvia Plath  
Frida Kahlo, New York, 1939 Photography by Nickolas Muray

Frida Kahlo, New York, 1939 Photography by Nickolas Muray

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