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The Ambivalence of Open Spaces

A place on the web to park the writings, readings, music and musings for Youssef Alaoui Fdili

Waves Breaking against the Wind (detail), J.M.W. Turner, ca. 1840

Waves Breaking against the Wind (detail), J.M.W. Turner, ca. 1840

(Source: sforzinda, via drtuesdaygjohnson)

magictransistor:

Frans Huys (After Cornelis Floris), Grotesque mask heads, Antwerp, 1555.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Søren Kierkegaard; Danish philosopher, poet, theologian, and emo dreamboat. May 5, 1813 – November 11, 1855
Those eyes! Those lips, that hair!
That mind.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Søren Kierkegaard; Danish philosopher, poet, theologian, and emo dreamboat. May 5, 1813 – November 11, 1855

Those eyes! Those lips, that hair!

That mind.

oursoulsaredamned:

Rejected - VICTOR DELHEZ

oursoulsaredamned:

Rejected - VICTOR DELHEZ

ri-science:

Tickles.
Still enjoying cephalopodday!
From The Zoology of HMS Samarang, 1850, finds from Sir Edward Belcher’s voyage around Indonesia in 1843-46.

ri-science:

Tickles.

Still enjoying cephalopodday!

From The Zoology of HMS Samarang, 1850, finds from Sir Edward Belcher’s voyage around Indonesia in 1843-46.

(via scientificillustration)

miss-flapper:

Eli Lilly & Co Heroin Tablets, ca 1890s.

miss-flapper:

Eli Lilly & Co Heroin Tablets, ca 1890s.

(via ghastlydelights)

velociflyer

velociflyer

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gunsandposes:

A man of the Svan people with traditional dagger and long pipe in the village of Mestia in the mountains of Georgia, Russian Empire, circa 1888-1900.

gunsandposes:

A man of the Svan people with traditional dagger and long pipe in the village of Mestia in the mountains of Georgia, Russian Empire, circa 1888-1900.

(via my-ear-trumpet)

I’ll meet you here.

I’ll meet you here.

(Source: october-seance, via hermosanikita)

reborn-in-the-sea:

Swallow’s Nest, a Neo-Gothic châteaux fantastique near Yalta (Crimea, Ukraine).
1930s.

❤

reborn-in-the-sea:

Swallow’s Nest, a Neo-Gothic châteaux fantastique near Yalta (Crimea, Ukraine).

1930s.

(Source: sovietpostcards, via hermosanikita)