The Unrequited Discourses of an Estranged Mind

From the House of Looms, Kring is the smallest of her name, professional pencil stabber, oddball bipolar, wayward nightcrawler, all around dust particle, seven-eyed mushroom in your backyard.

MY SKETCHES | MUSES

little-miss-melancholy:

Madame de Pompadour, 1758 by François Boucher

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New breed of colored hair misfits seen here casually photo bombing vintage cars. I still feel like I’m wearing a girly Captain America-themed dress.

wednesdaysnecropolis:

hedensk-skogen:

AWESOOOOOME

The Eighth Day. A collaborative exhibition by Colby Vincent Edwards, William Franevsky, and Jarrett Scherff

(Source: lifesimpermanence, via sleetwealth)

christophergomez:

Hans Zimmer’s personal studio. Now this is my dream office.

jillangunawan:

my life in a picture

jillangunawan:

my life in a picture

(via thegrayprince)

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concerto4art:

Lady Astor
John Singer Sargent

Lady Astor is the considered to be the First Woman elected to Parliament representing Plymouth Sutton. Technically, she is only the first woman to serve in the Parliament as Constance Markievicz was elected to represent Dublin St Patrick’s but as a member of the Sinn Fein Movement in Ireland, she refused to take her seat and was a member of the first Irish Dail Eireann (Elected Chamber for Ireland).
Lady Astor was nobility by marriage, having been raised in America. Her husband Lord Waldrof Astor formerly held the seat for Plymouth Sutton before he succeeded his father as 2nd Vicsount of Astor and took his seat in the House of Lords. Lady Astor decided to run for the open seat and was elected. She was a member of the Suffragette movement and was a member of the Tory Party. 
John Singer Sargent is known for his portraits of American expatriates. Himself an American, he spent most of his life in Europe painting famous Americans in Europe and European elite. 

concerto4art:

Lady Astor

John Singer Sargent

Lady Astor is the considered to be the First Woman elected to Parliament representing Plymouth Sutton. Technically, she is only the first woman to serve in the Parliament as Constance Markievicz was elected to represent Dublin St Patrick’s but as a member of the Sinn Fein Movement in Ireland, she refused to take her seat and was a member of the first Irish Dail Eireann (Elected Chamber for Ireland).

Lady Astor was nobility by marriage, having been raised in America. Her husband Lord Waldrof Astor formerly held the seat for Plymouth Sutton before he succeeded his father as 2nd Vicsount of Astor and took his seat in the House of Lords. Lady Astor decided to run for the open seat and was elected. She was a member of the Suffragette movement and was a member of the Tory Party. 

John Singer Sargent is known for his portraits of American expatriates. Himself an American, he spent most of his life in Europe painting famous Americans in Europe and European elite. 

(Source: concerto4art-and-education, via martyr-eater)

sixpenceee:

This video was recommended to me on a book about consciousness. 

If this video doesn’t astonish you, then I don’t know what will.

Go ahead, press play, it only takes 2 minutes of your time. 

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