thrillist:

The legend of Heisenberg lives on with Japanese-inspired prints that are as exclusive as Blue Sky itself. #BreakingBad
wrightbryan3:

sesozzi:

By Les Retro Galeries de Mister Gutsy Blog

Awesome!

wrightbryan3:

sesozzi:

By Les Retro Galeries de Mister Gutsy Blog

Awesome!

(via theatlantic)

Danny M. Hoey, Jr. reviews Samuel Snoek-Brown’s BOX CUTTERS (sunnyoutside)

heavyfeatherreview:

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"The complexity in these tiny stories is large and voracious and it swallows you and forces you to reckon with what can cut you, harm you, if you are not careful."

Read the full review here.

It’s human nature to instantly judge others. It goes back to our ancient life-or-death need to decide whether to fight or flee. But in their haste to size others up, people are often wrong. We miss out on knowing some exceptional people by doing that, as I’m sure I did.

explore-blog:

Hemingway on how to become a good writer.

A smile is the chosen vehicle of all ambiguities.

Herman Melville (via likeafieldmouse)
red-lipstick:

Aleksandra Waliszewska (b.1976, Warszawa, Poland) - cccc, 2010    Paintings: Watercolors

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Aleksandra Waliszewska (b.1976, Warszawa, Poland) - cccc, 2010    Paintings: Watercolors

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Liz Brizzi (Italian, France) - Paint Shop, 2012     Paintings: Photo Collage on Paper, Acrylics on Canvas

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Liz Brizzi (Italian, France) - Paint Shop, 2012     Paintings: Photo Collage on Paper, Acrylics on Canvas

(Source: thinkspacegallery.com)

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René Laloux (1929-2004, French) - El Planeta Salvaje (Fantastic Planet), 1973     Animated Films

red-lipstick:

René Laloux (1929-2004, French) - El Planeta Salvaje (Fantastic Planet), 1973     Animated Films

(Source: balasdediamante.com)