'Twas MAILDAY in my lady pad and guess who not only got her telephone bill but also a sweet little envelope from Malaysia?


Thank you, perfect-night!!

I sent out your latest package yesterday but realized today that I forgot to include the lightbulb necklace I made you!
Trust that it is on the way and will accompany your next letter from me…I promise!


L’Argent ( Robert Bresson, 1983 )

This week I perfected the “fabrics that make you feel less weird/indecisive about life because they are so soft/soothing” aesthetic

Maybe this will be the time I fall for a “not completely out” (read: straight) girl and don’t wind up crushed/falling into a deep, dark, vortex of sad feels.


This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.

Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar

Let go of the things that can no longer be fixed. If you force to try to put them back, things will only get worse. Holding on is being brave, but sometimes moving on makes you even tougher.
(via purplebuddhaproject)

(Source: petiterire)

I wish I could do whatever I liked behind the curtain of “madness”. Then: I’d arrange flowers, all day long, I’d paint; pain, love and tenderness, I would laugh as much as I feel like at the stupidity of others, and they would all say: “Poor thing, she’s crazy!” (Above all, I would laugh at my own stupidity.) I would build my world which while I lived, would be in agreement with all the worlds. The day, or the hour, or the minute that I lived would be mine and everyone else’s — my madness would not be an escape from “reality”.
Frida Kahlo, from The Diary Of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-Portrait  (via chandr-a)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion)


Apollo and Daphne
Jakob Auer (ca. 1645 - 1706)
Vienna, before 1688

In his Metamorphoses, Ovid tells of the nymph Daphne, who eluded the desires of the sun god Apollo by turning herself into a laurel tree (Greek daphne, laurel).
The two-figure group depicts the beginning of this transformation. In travel reports from the Baroque period, this virtuoso piece of carving was already considered a major work of the Viennese imperial treasury.

(Source: ikedahirari)

Anonymous asked:
Do you live in San Francisco?

I do indeed.


Fantastic homage to recently deceased actor Richard Attenborough. Titled My park by Griggsnuff.