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Perhaps they were right putting love into books. Perhaps it could not live anywhere else.
— William Faulkner  (via blackistheonlycolor)
ghostphotographs:

A couple falls ago I made a bunch of collages inspired by the town Truth or Consequences, NM; (named after a gameshow), when I did an artist residency there for a month. Turns out game show names can be quite intriguing when isolated from their origin. ❤️

ghostphotographs:

A couple falls ago I made a bunch of collages inspired by the town Truth or Consequences, NM; (named after a gameshow), when I did an artist residency there for a month. Turns out game show names can be quite intriguing when isolated from their origin. ❤️

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sirilaf:

François Morellet - Adhésifs éphémères (1968)

sirilaf:

François Morellet - Adhésifs éphémères (1968)

From so much self-revising, I’ve destroyed myself. From so much self-thinking, I’m now my thoughts and not I.
—  Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet (via dwsc)
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fernsandmoss:

Lucienne Bloch, Frida biting her necklace, New York, 1933

“We went to a Spanish restaurant and had a kind of strong stuff like Vodka which one drinks with lemon and salt. We acted most crazy. It was a fine afternoon and cheered Frida up.”

fernsandmoss:

Lucienne Bloch, Frida biting her necklace, New York, 1933

“We went to a Spanish restaurant and had a kind of strong stuff like Vodka which one drinks with lemon and salt. We acted most crazy. It was a fine afternoon and cheered Frida up.”

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DAVID SHIELDS’ MANIFESTO

dazeddigital:

What does a book look like in 2014? The prolific genre-buster David Shields tells us why literature matters – and how it has saved his life.

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