“I wonder how biology can explain the physical pain you feel in your chest when all you want to do is be with someone.”

— Dan Howell (via txtanium)
idreaminwords:

That is the opening of a portal to another dimension and you cannot tell me otherwise
carolinedailyparis:

http://instagram.com/carolinedailyparis

“My wish for you is that you continue. Continue to be who and how you are, to astonish a mean world with your acts of kindness. Continue to allow humor to lighten the burden of your tender heart.”

— Maya Angelou (via sorakeem)
lunar-danse:

Charles Rennie Mackintosh & Margaret Macdonald 1909
bellswithin:

Giusto de’ Menabuoi, Paradiso. 1375-76. The dome of Padua’s Baptistry. Fresco.
wetbehindthears:

Egon Schiele.
likeafieldmouse:

Marcel Duchamp - Mile of String (1942)
"Duchamp’s experiments with space and display continued when, after the exodus of many of the Surrealists out of Europe during WWII, Andre Breton called on him to install the first international Surrealist exhibition in the United States. 
Titled First Papers of Surrealism after the application papers that most of the émigré artists faced upon entry into the US, the show was held in 1942 at the Whitelaw Reid mansion in New York as a benefit affair for the French Relief Societies.
Having acquired sixteen miles of ordinary white string for the installation, the artist engaged the help of several friends to erect a criss-crossed webbing (in the end, using only a fraction of his overzealous purchase). 
The twine traversed the mansion’s former drawing rooms, filled for the exhibition with paintings hung on portable display partitions (paintings being the overwhelming majority of what was on show). 
The tangled mesh did not cut off vision completely (it was the frustration, not the elimination of sight that Duchamp desired); nevertheless, the entwinement between and in front of so many of the things ‘on display’ constituted a decided barrier between the spectator and the works of art.”