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For language to have meaning there must be intervals of silence somewhere, to divide word from word and utterance from utterance. He who retires into silence does not necessarily hate language. Perhaps it is love and respect for language which imposes silence upon him.
Thomas Merton, “Disputed Questions” (via litverve)

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needforcolor:

Jean-Louis Trintignant & Vittorio Gassman
 [Il sorpasso, reg. Dino Risi, 1962].

needforcolor:

Jean-Louis Trintignant & Vittorio Gassman

 [Il sorpasso, reg. Dino Risi, 1962].

drakontomalloi:

Duccio Di Buoninsegna - Temptation on the Temple, detail of the Maesta Altarpiece. Between 1308 and 1311


Heavy Metal and Reflective by Azealia Banks
6:54pm

Bring It On Home To Me by Sam Cooke
8:28am
planet of the apes, ‘68

planet of the apes, ‘68

merzbow-derek:

John Fahey and his wife, 1970

merzbow-derek:

John Fahey and his wife, 1970

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abystle:

Borley Rectory, M.E. Wilson, ca.1940

abystle:

Borley Rectory, M.E. Wilson, ca.1940

kuinexs:

Timothy P. Wilson sketches.

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laurabfernandez:

Little pieces.

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a lot of the things swirling around my head are manifesting themselves in strange random ways outside of me.

5:15am
arsvitaest:

Charles Spencelayh (1865–1958), Burning Zeppelin (Cuffley) Sept 3rd 1916, oil on canvasboard 
Thanks to anotherword and blastedheath

arsvitaest:

Charles Spencelayh (1865–1958), Burning Zeppelin (Cuffley) Sept 3rd 1916,
oil on canvasboard

Thanks to anotherword and blastedheath

(via 1910-again)

Posters for the first South Korea-Hong Kong joint production, and also the oldest surviving color film archived in Korea, Love with an Alien (이국정원 / 異國情鴛) (1958), a romance melodrama set in 1950’s Hong Kong between a Hong Kong Singer and a Korean composer. More here

(Source: 100newfears, via filmantidote)

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