underwater tea party

mondoblogo: I’m getting sleepy….💤💤💤💤 This one is from “Handmade Houses”, 1973Posted by SoudaSouda
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Kati Horna Mujer y máscara [Woman with Mask] Mexico, 1963 Gelatin silver print 25 x 19.7 cm Archivo Privado de Fotografía y Gráfica Kati y José Horna © 2005 Ana María Norah Horna y Fernández  (via Art Blart)
Don’t judge everyone else by your limited experience.
Carl Sagan (via whats-out-there)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

The problem isn’t coming up with ideas, it is how to contain the invasion. My ideas are like uninvited guests. They don’t knock on the door; they climb in through the windows like burglars who show up in the middle of the night and make a racket in the kitchen as they raid the fridge. I don’t sit and ponder which one I should deal with first. The one to be wrestled to the floor before all others is the one coming at me with the most vehemence.
Werner Herzog on creativity and how to turn your ideas into a reality (via explore-blog)

SHE from phlemuns on Vimeo.


Mammals wallpaper in Animalium

Which fantasy universe map do I put on my office wall?


Two cases at the shop this afternoon.

modarchitecture: A moment of Zen. Salk Institute, by Kahn & Barragan. posted by SoudaSouda

The depressing component of scientific literacy is identifying the limitations of what we are capable of in this lifetime. Indifference towards the flawed system allows the survival of hope for sustainability and happiness during a brief lifespan. We seek answers from the omnipresence of science and religion, but at the root of both is human beings meandering through reality to sustain an impure and selfish version of an isolating experience. Science simplifies the complexity of the universe to digestible portions journeying towards a valued explanation of just how meaningless we really are.

conscious thoughts are the brain’s paramour. 

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