Theme
o-toto:

To Melt the Frozen Lake, 何 兆 基
fatalwetdream:

vt 001 by m. lewandowski on Flickr.

sadtulip:

insorto:

thisnoiseismusic:

"Lay your heart down and call it a day, it’s so hard to see you when fear is consuming you. When will you see yourself? Try to forgive yourself! You just can’t help yourself."

im in love with his album

reminds me of mgmt

(via das-os)

clairesaintmalo:

Stills from ‘Daughter of Horror’, 1955. Dir. John Parker
(August. Beach Days)
mfjr:

Repulsión | Roman Polanski | 1965
dougforbes:

Inspiration Reference
simple reference tools make a great amount of difference.
forhandsthatsuffer:

Fugue on the Black Keys (1965), dir. Drahomíra Vihanová
exam:

"Irony of the Negro Policeman" by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Basquiat’s Irony of Negro Policeman is a sharp critique on members of his own race. By depicting a Negro policeman, he is making a conscious effort to show how African-Americans are controlled by the white majority in America. Basquiat found it utterly ironic that any African-American would be a policeman, working to enforce rules that were meant to enslave themselves. The figure in the paintings is a totalitarian black mass, with a mask-like face and hat resembling a cage. On the right of the painting are the words “Irony of Negro Policeman,” and to the bottom right of the panting is the word “Pawn,” clearly stating Basquiat’s opinion on the ridiculous position of a Negro Policeman. 

Eglė Rakauskaitė, In Fat, 1998
gacougnol:

Fabienne VerdierCinabre et Sérénade 1997 Cinnabar ink on silk canvas