A life without Meaning


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A souce of inspiration and diary For my actual photography see : http://joannecoates.co.uk
Pauline Boty

Pauline Boty

ya-tender:

Vivre Sa Vie (1962)

ya-tender:

Vivre Sa Vie (1962)

theimpossiblecool:

“Find what you love and let it kill you.” 
Charles Bukowski, Los Angeles, 1982.

theimpossiblecool:

“Find what you love and let it kill you.” 

Charles Bukowski, Los Angeles, 1982.

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austinkleon:

Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”

The female ‘confidence gap’ is a sham
Women’s lack of confidence could be just a keen understanding of just how little society values them, writes Jessica Valenti  (via guardian)
We accept the love we think we deserve. 

We accept the love we think we deserve. 

You crossed my palms with Copper 
                 But promised me gold

You crossed my palms with Copper 

                 But promised me gold

When beholding a majestic 13,000-year-old Eucalyptus tree, how can human arrogance dare deny its reality under the blindness of dogma?
At a time when 40% of the American public don’t believe Earth is more than 6,000 years old, Rachel Sussman’s magnificent photographs of the oldest living things in the world stand not only as a masterpiece of art but also a masterpiece of science communication.  (via explore-blog)

Joseph Lorusso (1966)

Joseph Lorusso (1966)