// 6th March 2011 // 689 notes 

turnofthecentury:

oldbookillustrations:Titania lying asleep.

Arthur Rackham, from A Midsummer-Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare, London, New York, 1908.
(Source: archive.org)

turnofthecentury:

oldbookillustrations:Titania lying asleep.

Arthur Rackham, from A Midsummer-Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare, London, New York, 1908.

(Source: archive.org)

Reblogged from Turn of the Century

Gustav Klimt- Judith II (Salome)

Gustav Klimt- Judith II (Salome)

// 4th March 2011

Kinokofry- Me and G: Who Made Me?

Kinokofry- Me and G: Who Made Me?

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"Follow the Map" by Mono

Like the Moon of the Sea

Like the Moon of the Sea

(Source: kidchan.deviantart.com)

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That One Moment // 3rd March 2011

Ever had a moment that you have had before but each time it’s new?  I am starting to experience that kind of moment.  A moment when each time it happens it brings wonder and curiosity.  Each time it occurs you’re not fully sure of yourself or your actions.  Each time you have it, you can’t help but bring a small smile on your face.  What makes this moment more vibrant and vivid is if you know someone else is having this moment as well.  I am having one of those moments.

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fuckyeahexistentialism:

Ikiru (To Live), Akira Kurosawa, 1952 (via lesdiaboliques)

fuckyeahexistentialism:

Ikiru (To Live), Akira Kurosawa1952 (via lesdiaboliques)

(Source: carnevalesca)

Reblogged from An Existential Life

tumblrbot said: WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST HUMAN MEMORY?

Well tumblrbot and everyone, my earliest memory would be when I was a baby my mother used to sing to me, “You Are My Sunshine”.  She stopped singing when I got older but I still know all of the words.  I’ll let you in on something, you know you may have some songs that make you teary for whatever reason.  Listening to a mellow, calm version of “You Are My Sunshine” does that to me.

"Dead Eyes" by Jesu

This is a fan-made music video and it surprisingly fits well to the mood of the song.  I love how this is such a wall of sound, it finds a ethereal melody through the murk.  Making the murk wondrous all the while.