5.17.12
danielmacs:

Made with Paper

danielmacs:

Made with Paper

(via reptiglo)

5.11.12
maudelynn:

Miss Puss… and her puss hat….

maudelynn:

Miss Puss… and her puss hat….

5.11.12
23silence:

Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel (1839-1921) - Captivated

23silence:

Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel (1839-1921) - Captivated

5.05.12
self-injuryshark:

Submission.
[via]

self-injuryshark:

Submission.

[via]

5.04.12
vintageindia:

Tamil Women ca.1894

vintageindia:

Tamil Women ca.1894

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5.04.12

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Kathy Ruttenberg.

The Moment After.

The Moment After (detail).

Working with only “earth, fire and emotions,” Kathy Ruttenberg’s fairytale-like ceramic sculptures create a world that is immediately captivating, but the viewer might be surprised by what’s down the rabbit hole. Her violent and devastating visions are disturbingly peaceful, idyllic and sustainable. Erasing the boundary of the metaphorical and the literal, Ruttenberg’s world is filled with lush foliage, woodland creatures and puzzling, slightly grim yet open-ended reveries of gender relations. Men are always portrayed as animals in gentlemen’s clothing, and women are always well-groomed and dressed in rounded skirts. On one hand, men are literally animal-like savages, but at the same time they are native creatures of the woodlands and the earth itself, whereas the female figures are the outsiders, if not intruders. It is hard to tell if they are men masquerading as animals, or vice versa. Death, in works such as “The Moment After”, is the stark aftermath of failed love, but also an opportunity to blossom imaginatively and become one with earth.

See Kathy’s work in person in NYC at STUX gallery on view now until May 5th.

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5.03.12
getoutoftherecat:

you are not a good source of potassium.

getoutoftherecat:

you are not a good source of potassium.

5.03.12
helloimbee:

Nicolas turned 1 year today. David woke me up from my nap so we could get him a cake.

helloimbee:

Nicolas turned 1 year today. David woke me up from my nap so we could get him a cake.

(via catp0rn)

4.18.12

confessionsaboutselfharm:

1652) Started cutting when I had anxietty attacks and couldn’t control myself. Then when was extremely angry. Then, also when I was sad. Now I cut over the most pointless tiny things. Even if I’m just bored. This is getting out of my hands.

4.17.12

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