Weightless.
Weightless.
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"I have the choice of being constantly active and happy or introspectively passive and sad. Or I can go mad by ricocheting in between."
Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath (via observando)
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piripunk:

Gata revolts
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flowerscrackconcrete:

Kim Deal (Pixies) at Loreley Festival in Germany (May 13, 1989)
Photo by Phil Nicholls
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mollymartinillustration:

from the ‘Tragic Artitsts’ collection 
Kahlo, Lautrec, Ono, O’Keeffe, Freud, Emin & Pollock 
mollymartinillustration:

from the ‘Tragic Artitsts’ collection 
Kahlo, Lautrec, Ono, O’Keeffe, Freud, Emin & Pollock 
mollymartinillustration:

from the ‘Tragic Artitsts’ collection 
Kahlo, Lautrec, Ono, O’Keeffe, Freud, Emin & Pollock 
mollymartinillustration:

from the ‘Tragic Artitsts’ collection 
Kahlo, Lautrec, Ono, O’Keeffe, Freud, Emin & Pollock 
mollymartinillustration:

from the ‘Tragic Artitsts’ collection 
Kahlo, Lautrec, Ono, O’Keeffe, Freud, Emin & Pollock 
mollymartinillustration:

from the ‘Tragic Artitsts’ collection 
Kahlo, Lautrec, Ono, O’Keeffe, Freud, Emin & Pollock 
mollymartinillustration:

from the ‘Tragic Artitsts’ collection 
Kahlo, Lautrec, Ono, O’Keeffe, Freud, Emin & Pollock 
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thediaryyears:

30 March 2014 // My Life in a Column by Tracey Emin
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"What I really hated, of course, was my mind. There must have been an off switch somewhere, but I was damned if I could find it."
David Sedaris, Naked (via a-thousand-words)
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thewriteronthestorm:

Chan Marshall photographed by Gretchen Robinette from Rolling Stone Magazine
thewriteronthestorm:

Chan Marshall photographed by Gretchen Robinette from Rolling Stone Magazine
thewriteronthestorm:

Chan Marshall photographed by Gretchen Robinette from Rolling Stone Magazine
thewriteronthestorm:

Chan Marshall photographed by Gretchen Robinette from Rolling Stone Magazine
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thewriteronthestorm:

“I ask for flowers so I can give them to people who obviously like my music ‘cause they’re hurting.” — Cat Power

Chan Marshall photographed by Gretchen Robinette from Rolling Stone Magazine
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museumuesum:

Tauba Auerbach
Untitled (Fold), 2011
Acrylic on canvas, 182.9 x 137.2 cm
museumuesum:

Tauba Auerbach
Untitled (Fold), 2011
Acrylic on canvas, 182.9 x 137.2 cm
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