This storm is what we call progress.
— Walter Benjamin
Step Into the Future editorial | Photography by Steven Klein for L’Uomo Vogue 2006.

This storm is what we call progress.

Walter Benjamin

Step Into the Future editorial | Photography by Steven Klein for L’Uomo Vogue 2006.

(Fonte: guglemaps, via fshizido)

guglemaps:


This storm is what we call progress.

— Walter Benjamin
Step Into the Future editorial | Photography by Steven Klein for L’Uomo Vogue 2006.

guglemaps:

This storm is what we call progress.

Walter Benjamin

Step Into the Future editorial | Photography by Steven Klein for L’Uomo Vogue 2006.


Miniature model used in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel

Miniature model used in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel

(Fonte: mpdrolet, via w4lrusss)

philamuseum:

Come dressed in your 1980s best as we screen “Sunny" (2011), a film about a middle-aged woman who tries to fulfill her friend’s dying wish of reuniting their group of high school friends.
Photo: Film still from “Sunny" (2011)

philamuseum:

Come dressed in your 1980s best as we screen “Sunny" (2011), a film about a middle-aged woman who tries to fulfill her friend’s dying wish of reuniting their group of high school friends.


Photo: Film still from “Sunny" (2011)

(Fonte: , via calefacaotropicaos)

spozaszyby:

Emile Hirsch, Twice Born

spozaszyby:

Emile Hirsch, Twice Born

(via calefacaotropicaos)

carnetimaginaire:

Martin Jarrie, Cultiver son jardin secret

carnetimaginaire:

Martin Jarrie, Cultiver son jardin secret

(via calefacaotropicaos)

#psicologia #jung #corpo

#psicologia #jung #corpo

"Longe da Árvore - Pais, Filhos e a Busca da Identidade" (Companhia das Letras)
São mais de 800 páginas de fascinante leitura sobre a relação de pais e filhos. Filhos “diferentes” das expectativas dos pais que caíram longe da árvore: surdos, anões, síndrome de Down, autistas, esquizofrênicos, com deficiência, [crianças-]prodígios, [filhos de] estupro, crime, transgêneros). Sobre a possibilidade de amor à diferença e o que pais fazem em nome do amor, do sofrimento até a superação. Maravilhoso!
#longe da árvore #andrew solomon

"Longe da Árvore - Pais, Filhos e a Busca da Identidade" (Companhia das Letras)

São mais de 800 páginas de fascinante leitura sobre a relação de pais e filhos. Filhos “diferentes” das expectativas dos pais que caíram longe da árvore: surdos, anões, síndrome de Down, autistas, esquizofrênicos, com deficiência, [crianças-]prodígios, [filhos de] estupro, crime, transgêneros). Sobre a possibilidade de amor à diferença e o que pais fazem em nome do amor, do sofrimento até a superação. Maravilhoso!

#longe da árvore #andrew solomon

Louise Borgeois

Louise Borgeois

(Fonte: marcussans)

homofloresiensis:

I like America and America likes me, Joseph Beuys 1974

"I wanted to isolate myself, insulate myself, see nothing of America other than the coyote."

Beuys was a German avante-garde performance and avant garde artist, whose work forced viewers to question museums and view them naked and stripped. His work transformed museums from untouchable monuments to spaces of cultural experience - while also parodying and making political statements.

In I like America and America likes me, Beuys spent 5 days in a room without food or water living with an untamed coyote. The only other items in the room were a wool blanket, in which he swathed himself, and shredded articles from the Wall Street Journal. Beuys’ hope was that the coyote would use the WSJ shreds as a nest, but never explained his intended metaphor. One can only guess.

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