Because nothing matters
anneyhall:

"I talk to God but the sky is empty."
Sylvia Plath

anneyhall:

"I talk to God but the sky is empty."

Sylvia Plath

newyorker:

On average, people in Japan live longer than people anywhere else in the world, and they live longer in the city of Nagano than in anywhere else in Japan. A look at James Whitlow Delano’s photographs.

Top: The Nakajima family takes a lunch break in their apple orchard, Wakaho, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Bottom: The ninety-six-year-old Mr. Kazu, a veteran of the Second World War, Nakano, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Photographs by James Whitlow Delano.

nevver:

The pathology of nowhere, Charlotte Ortholary

nevver:

The Go! Team, Osamu Yokonami

newyorker:

Alexandra Schwartz writes about Boris Vian, author of the French cult classic “Mood Indigo”:

“That ‘L’Écume des Jours’ was written by the person behind ‘I Spit’ is jarring enough; to realize that they were written within months of each other is either to shrug and quote Whitman on containing multitudes or to infer schizophrenia.”

Photograph by Succession Willy Ronis/Gamma-Rapho/Getty

newyorker:

Alexandra Schwartz writes about Boris Vian, author of the French cult classic “Mood Indigo”:

“That ‘L’Écume des Jours’ was written by the person behind ‘I Spit’ is jarring enough; to realize that they were written within months of each other is either to shrug and quote Whitman on containing multitudes or to infer schizophrenia.”

Photograph by Succession Willy Ronis/Gamma-Rapho/Getty

nevver:

Piece it together, Katrien de Blauwer

whataboutbobbed:

portrait of 9 year-old Lauren Bacall (taken by her mother Natalie Perske) leaning on a column outdoors at Highland Manor private girls’ school, Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson, New York, circa 1933 

wolfchoir:

The original photo used on the cover of Rubber Soul (photo by Robert Freeman).

wolfchoir:

The original photo used on the cover of Rubber Soul (photo by Robert Freeman).

aconversationoncool:

Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren by Lawrence Schiller, Los Angeles, 1962.

aconversationoncool:

Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren by Lawrence Schiller, Los Angeles, 1962.

nevver:

Train in vain, Alexey Dubinsky

nevver:

Train in vain, Alexey Dubinsky

asylum-art:

Li Hui Photoraphy

Li Hui is a self-taught photographer who presents her work consists of photographs reflecting a very successful world sweet and sensitive. With images captured with film cameras, the artist seeks to preserve the memory of simple moments.  , ,