historicaltimes:

Rotor Ride, Coney Island, 1950s

historicaltimes:

Rotor Ride, Coney Island, 1950s

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a-state-of-bliss:

River Phoenix, My Own Private Idaho (1991)

a-state-of-bliss:

River Phoenix, My Own Private Idaho (1991)

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i12bent:

Rimbaud in situ I
Ernest Pignon-Ernest, French artist, celebrated Rimbaud in 1978-9 by putting up cheap printed posters of the famous photo of the poet in various street locations in Paris.
He does this in lieu of creating a more lasting image of Rimbaud in paint or bronze - materials he feels would annihilate the poet.
The ephemeral newspaper-quality paper he chooses instead points to the fact that Rimbaud’s disappearance is inscribed in the very image of him…

Rimbaud in situ II

Rimbaud in situ III

Rimbaud in situ IV

Rimbaud in situ V

Rimbaud in situ VI

Rimbaud in situ VII

i12bent:

Rimbaud in situ I

Ernest Pignon-Ernest, French artist, celebrated Rimbaud in 1978-9 by putting up cheap printed posters of the famous photo of the poet in various street locations in Paris.

He does this in lieu of creating a more lasting image of Rimbaud in paint or bronze - materials he feels would annihilate the poet.

The ephemeral newspaper-quality paper he chooses instead points to the fact that Rimbaud’s disappearance is inscribed in the very image of him…

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Rimbaud in situ II

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Rimbaud in situ III

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Rimbaud in situ IV

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Rimbaud in situ V

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Rimbaud in situ VI

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Rimbaud in situ VII


keskejefouici:

#Gif animé

keskejefouici:

#Gif animé


nataliakoptseva:

Ivan Endogurov
George Monastery (Cape Fiolent). Oil on canvas. Irkutsk Regional Art Museum

nataliakoptseva:

Ivan Endogurov

George Monastery (Cape Fiolent). Oil on canvas. Irkutsk Regional Art Museum

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antipahtico:

Winter Twilight ~ Ludwig Munthe 1891

antipahtico:

Winter Twilight ~ Ludwig Munthe 1891

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fewthistle:

Boy Holding a Puppy. 1928.
Photographer: André Kertész.

fewthistle:

Boy Holding a Puppy. 1928.

Photographer: André Kertész.

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1001soundtracks:

Deckard: [narrating] I don’t know why he saved my life. Maybe in those last moments he loved life more than he ever had before. Not just his life - anybody’s life; my life. All he’d wanted were the same answers the rest of us want. Where did I come from? Where am I going? How long have I got? All I could do was sit there and watch him die.



ominousplaces:

Abandoned Celtic Castle Ruin, by 10 Pixel.

ominousplaces:

Abandoned Celtic Castle Ruin, by 10 Pixel.



bagnostian:

"he said the name bojangles and he danced a bit across the cell"
flatiron, nyc.
(Fuji X100)

bagnostian:

"he said the name bojangles and he danced a bit across the cell"

flatiron, nyc.

(Fuji X100)


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flaneurizando:

Sergei Eisenstein in his first film Glumov’s Diary.

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