Jeff Koons. Cake, 1995-1997 Oil on canvas



The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014),
dir. by Wes Anderson

I know now he was just copying Agatha Christie’s The Labours of Hercules.

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ph. Rai Robledo

I’m doing that serie of paintings called “bodies bathed in milk”, for now I have only a few sketches, started repainting one of them on canvas. I like the way how a body drowned in milk allows to expose only particular parts of it, while then rest is being covered by the liquid and stays unvisible which makes the final effect kind of grotesque

Yoan Capote

Sharon Tate sightseeing in Italy while on a short break from filming Eye of the Devil, 1965. Photo by Jay Sebring
♥1669 "I’m stuffed with literature. I don’t talk to anyone."

— Charles Baudelaire in a letter to Caroline Aupick. August 3rd, 1838 (via days-of-reading)

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♥182 "The stars stand around me
Like gold eyes. I can no longer
Tell where I begin and leave off."

— Kenneth Rexroth, from “The Heart of Herakles” (via litverve)

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♥5906 "Why do you leave everyone? Why did you let me go?"

“Maybe because I don’t really believe that it’s going to work and then I make sure that it doesn’t work."

— Beginners, (2010)

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