TRYING TO CONCENTRATE IN THE LIBRARY

howdoiputthisgently:

I’M LIKE:

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Toni Demuro.

Home#03.

Home#01

hmm together: seeing the jelly fish as phallic and can’t help that at all but love that a whole world/city exists inside of it.. seems like the juxtaposition of on on top of the other is displaying an ideal lifting the constructs of a world of limitation (the bottom picture - a lesser, duller way of living) apart and setting into something freer..maybe larger. i don’t know where it goes from there. the colors in the top one seem to suggest they are both headed in the direction of something more hopeful. I’m looking at it overall as a pulling apart of perceptions and then a redirection of energy with greater mental focus and a more positive vision.

cosascool:

Ghost hats by Nendo

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Pablo Picasso. (1881-1973). Woman with Mustard Pot, 1910. Oil on canvas.
Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
fucking sweet

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Pablo Picasso. (1881-1973). Woman with Mustard Pot, 1910. Oil on canvas.

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

fucking sweet

Because my college’s gym management team thinks that john mayer, coldplay, and maroon 5 is workout music…

This love has taken it’s toll on me. Now I know what it means to say goodbye “too many times”.. and I wish I didn’t have to see the person that I love again because I never know when it’s going to be the last time.

He leaves me telling me that he’ll come back into my life at another time when we’re older, have money, sanity, and i have better table etiqutte.. or something.

I think that those are good thoughts and I hope it does happen like that. but for right now.. and for when i found out he’s with someone new in arizona or california..

it’s better for me to let go. (But please, universe, let me skip graduation - that or turn off my feelings. I’d like to not have any feelings about anything that day, thank you..what a joke.)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

 Whoo Eezeet. L’accueil, 2009. Charcoal.

dark and interesting.. I should do something like this soon.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

 Whoo Eezeet. L’accueil, 2009. Charcoal.


dark and interesting.. I should do something like this soon.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Carlo Maniero. dripping n.599—, 2005.  Acrylic on wood.

love how free this is. there’s something very alive about it.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Carlo Maniero. dripping n.599—, 2005.  Acrylic on wood.

love how free this is. there’s something very alive about it.

an actual blog for once. being human.. a bizarre experience, i don’t know how people get “bored” either. i’m always wondering.

i close my eyes: so many fluid and beautiful visions come to me. in, they rush, and flash out fast with not even the resonance of a firefly. 

what is an artist that cannot take the time to write, draw, paint, and give ?

what is that? alive with inspiration - this odd pure joy that I want to share - but heavy with the sense that something swells inside, longing to get out. 

i’m trying to graduate on time, anddd enjoy what’s left of college. Having trouble focusing .. who are all these people around me in this class with highlighters and organizers and engagement rings who know who what they’re doing with their lives, lol?

i’m such a weird drifting new agey feather all of a sudden.. sitting in a business writing class longing to skip ahead to teaching yoga to children and illustrating books.  i should just feel okay with that. i do usually… needed to vent i guess.