PEEL SLOWLY and SEE

10 out of 10 for style,
but minus 7,000,000 for good thinking.

Apr 18
moniquill:

naamahdarling:

wrath-fire-ice:

Bury me in this.

*SCREAMS*

Get buried in this, get found by archeologists ten thousand years later, get presumed some kind of monarch or holy figure.

moniquill:

naamahdarling:

wrath-fire-ice:

Bury me in this.

*SCREAMS*

Get buried in this, get found by archeologists ten thousand years later, get presumed some kind of monarch or holy figure.

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actegratuit:

running away for Easter break, have a lovely time and plenty of chocolate!
Val <3

actegratuit:

running away for Easter break, have a lovely time and plenty of chocolate!

Val <3



soundsof71:

David Gilmour, David Crosby.

soundsof71:

David Gilmour, David Crosby.

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tomoud:

Eric Clapton &amp; George HarrisonScreenshot from ‘George Harrison: Living in the material world’

tomoud:

Eric Clapton & George Harrison

Screenshot from ‘George Harrison: Living in the material world’

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John Paul Jones at the Cabana Hotel in Dallas, 1970. Photo by Carl Dunn.

John Paul Jones at the Cabana Hotel in Dallas, 1970. Photo by Carl Dunn.

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losetheboyfriend:

The Rolling Stones bumming it in Stephen Stills’ kitchen (1969)

losetheboyfriend:

The Rolling Stones bumming it in Stephen Stills’ kitchen (1969)

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Apr 17

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Apr 16

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thecraftychemist:

Scale of the universe

Scroll to your hearts content from the Planck length to the diameter of the observable universe - click on any object and it will open an info box - I can’t imagine how much work must have gone into this. A few surprising things: Pluto has a smaller diameter than the width of the USA and Vatican city can fit in central park multiple times.

Find it here

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artnet:

Matisse at Tate Modern
“An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success,” wrote Henri Matisse in his book Jazz (1947). It was with this book that the French painter, then already in his seventies, radically challenged his own practice. 

artnet:

Matisse at Tate Modern

“An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success,” wrote Henri Matisse in his book Jazz (1947). It was with this book that the French painter, then already in his seventies, radically challenged his own practice

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belacqui:

Otto Dix, The Match Seller (1920)

belacqui:

Otto Dix, The Match Seller (1920)


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