mpdrolet:

David Kitz

mpdrolet:

David Kitz

thepaperbeast:

Jams, details

thepaperbeast:

Jams, details

Aqualung

 

'Does she love you too?'

'Yes'

'How do you know?'

'Well, every time she returns my books, there are flowers inside'

'Does she want to save mankind too?'

'Yes'

'How do you know?'

'By the sentences she underlines.'

– A moment of innocence (movie)

kaeghoro:

/ w01 / this piece / original artwork from my if you can’t see series is now featured in my new bigcartel storestore.kaeghoro.de

kaeghoro:

/ w01 /
this piece / original artwork from my if you can’t see series
is now featured in my new bigcartel store

store.kaeghoro.de

2headedsnake:

Suthipa Kamyam

2headedsnake:

Suthipa Kamyam

“Have you ever asked yourself, do monsters make war, or does war make monsters?”

Daughter of smoke and bone by Laini Taylor  (via lastisle)

itscolossal:

Postcards for Ants: A 365-Day Miniature Painting Project by Lorraine Loots

isqineeha:

Where Were You When The Lights Went Out (2013)
Yemeni Artist SALWA ALERYANI

In this series, Salwa Aleryani collects electricity bills from her family and writes on them different verses from poems that reference light and darkness, literal or metaphorical, seeking to criticize the current blackouts and lack of electricity Yemen is experiencing at a time when they are producing more than sufficient energy resources. From this, she tries to understand how that darkness affects ones emotions and mental state, since one can predict that without electricity an individual is left in a state of active discovery rather than mere a routine. Even in darkness and stillness ones mind is always occupied with thoughts that allows them to reflect and ponder. In addition, she also tries to reflect on the value of those two outlets; electricity and poetry, and how much they shape our perceptions of darkness and guidance, if one is to think of light as guidance. In these two samples, the artist chose a verse from Pablo Neruda's Critical Sonata (top) and a verse by Yemeni poet Abdulhakim Alfaqih (bottom).

Click on Images for Translation. 

isqineeha:

Cover Illustrations for the Short Story Series “أجمل الحكايات الشعبية

Egyptian Artist HELMI AL TOUNI

modf:

Arabs in London, 1976

Peter Marlow