goodfellas

"El problema de la gente como él es que piensa que puede
mandar a paseo a la gente como yo. Como si yo no fuera nadie.
Todos esos seres amenazados que claman por algo de
atención y de reconocimiento: no comprenden el tipo de
mundo en el que vivimos ahora. Era un joven muy arrogante,
muy pagado de sí mismo.
Ya no. Ahora gime mientras la sangre fluye espesa de las
heridas de su cabeza y sus ojos amarillos y desenfocados se
mueven de un lado a otro buscando desesperadamente la claridad,
buscando algún significado entre la desolación y la oscuridad
que le rodea. Debe de sentirse muy solo."

regardintemporel:

Stefan Schaefer - De la série ” Gracchus im Wald “, 2007

regardintemporel:

Stefan Schaefer - De la série ” Gracchus im Wald “, 2007

cinemasavage:

The Howl (Dir. Tinto Brass, 1968) 

cinemasavage:

Betty Blue (Dir. Jean-Jacques Beineix, 1986)

isillaure:

I live here

isillaure:

I live here

colin-vian:

Jaya Suberg

colin-vian:

Jaya Suberg

(via isillaure)

regardintemporel:

William Klein - Tokyo, 1961

regardintemporel:

William Klein - Tokyo, 1961

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stuffandsonenterprises:

Will Calcutt

(via euo)

annajungdesign:

Kieta Nuij

annajungdesign:

Kieta Nuij

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philamuseum:

This portrait by architect and artist Frederick Kiesler depicts Marcel Duchamp, who supported the Surrealist movement’s activities—co-organizing exhibitions, contributing to publications, advising collectors, and influencing younger artists—even while publicly proclaiming himself an art world retiree who had given up painting for chess.See this and other works by Kiesler today in “The Surrealists: Works from the Collection,” on view through March 2: #TheSurrealists“Portrait of Marcel Duchamp,” c. 1948, by Frederick Kiesler. © Estate of Frederick Kiesler, New York

philamuseum:

This portrait by architect and artist Frederick Kiesler depicts Marcel Duchamp, who supported the Surrealist movement’s activities—co-organizing exhibitions, contributing to publications, advising collectors, and influencing younger artists—even while publicly proclaiming himself an art world retiree who had given up painting for chess.

See this and other works by Kiesler today in “The Surrealists: Works from the Collection,” on view through March 2: #TheSurrealists

Portrait of Marcel Duchamp,” c. 1948, by Frederick Kiesler. © Estate of Frederick Kiesler, New York

(via isillaure)