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Chestnut crushing clog, France (1800-1900) Bata Shoe Museum (photo via batashoemuseum.ca)

Chestnut crushing clog, France (1800-1900) Bata Shoe Museum (photo via batashoemuseum.ca)

oyuvou:

ive been listening to this all day sooooo beautiful

kosukeajiro:

Kosuke Ajiro, 犬と魚, 2013

kosukeajiro:

Kosuke Ajiro, 犬と魚, 2013

awritersruminations:

And still I dare to love
the sound of the light in the hours of deadness
the color of time on a ruined wall.

In my eyes I’ve lost everything.
Asking is so far away. And so close, this knowledge of want.

—Alejandra Pizarnik, “A Beggar Voice" (translated by Yvette Siegert)

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Art is giving yourself permission to translate life. Exactly the way you feel. See. And hear it. Be the artist you are. Give yourself permission to speak your own language.
— Nayyirah Waheed (via theglasschild)

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Art Farm is a sculptural and architectural curiosity/wonder and artist residence program site deep in the fields of Nebraska. Run by Ed Dadey, who is piling barns on top of one another to make the main building at the site that much bigger and more interesting.
http://clui.org/ludb/site/art-farm
http://artfarmnebraska.org/

Art Farm is a sculptural and architectural curiosity/wonder and artist residence program site deep in the fields of Nebraska. Run by Ed Dadey, who is piling barns on top of one another to make the main building at the site that much bigger and more interesting.

http://clui.org/ludb/site/art-farm

http://artfarmnebraska.org/

Beauty should be shared for it enhances our joys.
To explore its mystery is to venture towards the sublime.
— Joseph Cornell (via tri-ciclo)
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aubreylstallard:

On The Origins Of Things

Everyone knows that the moon started out
as a renegade fragment of the sun, a solar
flare that fled that hellish furnace
and congealed into a flat frozen pond suspended
between the planets. But did you know
that anger began as music, played
too often and too loudly by…

frances benjamin johnston

frances benjamin johnston

When you are in doubt, be still, and wait; when doubt no longer exists for you, then go forward with courage.
So long as mists envelop you, be still;
be still until the sunlight pours through and dispels the mists as it surely will. Then act with courage.

Ponca Chief White Eagle

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