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definitelydope:

Cosmic
By Fiona Gonzalez Devoto

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exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Rómulo Celdrán - Macro XIII, 2013
polychromed cardboard, aluminum and epoxy resin
78 3/4 × 47 1/4 × 88 3/5 in / 200 × 120 × 225 cm

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Rómulo Celdrán - Macro XIII, 2013

polychromed cardboard, aluminum and epoxy resin

78 3/4 × 47 1/4 × 88 3/5 in / 200 × 120 × 225 cm

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"Tears, idle tears, I know not what they mean,
Tears from the depths of some divine despair
Rise in the heart, and gather to the eyes,
In looking on the happy autumn fields,
And thinking of the days that are no more."

--Alfred, Lord Tennyson, from Tears, Idle Tears

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arsvitaest:

Harry Wilson Watrous (1857-1940), Twilight, oil on panel

arsvitaest:

Harry Wilson Watrous (1857-1940), Twilight, oil on panel

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iceblack:

Leandro Erlich

iceblack:

Leandro Erlich

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touchdisky:

Laguna Verde | Bolivia by Eita Imamura

touchdisky:

Laguna Verde | Bolivia by Eita Imamura

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"The worker always has the right to leave his employer, but has he the means to do so? And if he does quit him, is it in order to lead a free existence, in which he will have no master but himself? No, he does it in order to sell himself to another employer. He is driven to it by the same hunger which forced him to sell himself to the first employer. Thus the worker’s liberty, so much exalted by the economists, jurists, and bourgeois republicans, is only a theoretical freedom, lacking any means for its possible realization, and consequently it is only a fictitious liberty, an utter falsehood. The truth is that the whole life of the worker is simply a continuous and dismaying succession of terms of serfdom—voluntary from the juridical point of view but compulsory in the economic sense—broken up by momentarily brief interludes of freedom accompanied by starvation; in other words, it is real slavery."
--Mikhail Bakunin, who died 1st July, 1876

(Source: class-struggle-anarchism, via laclefdescoeurs)

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momentslivinglife said: Hello dear, just wanted to let you know your blog is amazing well done! I am so definitely following you! Could you please check my architecture website (under the title, there is a red "cool interiors" in my blog) ? :) Thank you very much dear! :)

Thank you for your kind words, and yes, I definitely will!

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asthetiques:

SAM COOKE.

asthetiques:

SAM COOKE.

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la-nero-maestro:

"Lullaby For Piano" By Composer Dmitri Shostakovich ~ Rimma Bobritskaia, Pianist

If anyone would like share the link to a pdf of the sheet music for this thing, I would really appreciate it!

#hint hint #works by Shostakovich cannot be uploaded to IMSLP until 2026 #this is not my idea of justice

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