1. rumblrgrumblrmumblr:

    Look at all my phones

    bf & I started a blog ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


  2. It is always easier to proclaim rejection than to actually reject.
    — Frantz Fanon, “On National Culture”

  3. Each generation must out of relative obscurity discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it.
    — Frantz Fanon, “On National Culture”

  4. She felt very young; at the same time unspeakably aged. She sliced like a knife through everything; at the same time was outside, looking on. She had a perpetual sense… of being out, out, far out to sea and alone; she always had the feeling that it was very, very dangerous to live even one day.


    Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway


  5. mike hanford in little shorts


  6. deargemma:

    Wim Wenders - Written In The West

    In preparation for shooting the film PARIS, TEXAS in late 1983, Wim Wenders traveled the West equipped with a 6 x 7 medium format camera searching out subjects and location that would bring that desolate landscape to life.

    (Source: hystericalspaces, via banal-echo-gee)


  7. In the name of the German people, I want to forbid these pitiful misfortunates who quite obviously suffer from an eye disease.
    — Adolf Hitler on modernist art, Munich, 19 July 1937

    From his speech at the opening of the touring exhibition “Entartete: Kunst” (“Degenerate Art”), which comprised seized “degenerate” works that were mostly later burned in Berlin on 20 March 1939

  8. Nina Simone performing “Pirate Jenny” in 1964
    from Bertold Brecht and Kurt Weill’s The Threepenny Opera (1928), translation by Marc Blitzstein

    She’s a fucking powerhouse.

    (Source: youtube.com, via chunkydunkingmermaid)


  9. We live, not inside reality, but inside our representations of it.
    — Christopher Butler, on Derrida

  10. Have you ever felt the need for a new language to express the experiences of your night mind?
    — Eugene Jolas, 1938

  11. Ralph Steiner, Ford Car, 1929


  12. Charles Sheeler, Criss-Crossed Conveyors, River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company, 1927


  13. Alexander Rodchenko, At the Telephone, 1928

    (Source: artloverrr)


  14. Alexander Rodchenko, Assembling for a Demonstration, 1928


  15. Alexander Rodchenko, Apartment on Myasnitskaya St., Moscow, 1925

    (Source: girlwithhatbox)