Les amours imaginaires (Xavier Dolan, 2010)
"At Ease: The New Uniform For The Day" photographed by Mario Testino for Vogue US 1996
"You cannot call yourself a true geisha until you can stop a man in his tracks with a single look."
Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) dir. Rob Marshall
❝ It sounds like a cliche but I also learnt that you’re not going to fall for the right person until you really love yourself and feel good about how you are. ❞
model Fionn Macdiarmid
by Paolo Roversi
june july august // it has been found again. what? – eternity. it is the sea mingled with the sun. i am longing to be with you, and by the sea, where we can talk together freely and build our castles in the air.
Uni 1st Year:
Moholy-Nagy 1/8 // A1 // One of the posters I made for an exhibition of Moholy-Nagy’s work at the London Design Museum.
Katie, don’t you die down here. I’ll never forgive myself if you do.
geometric games (by crosslens)
"The Girl Who Takes Up Too Much Space, always, her shoulders too wide in stairwells, her hips too big in doorways, her voice too loud in classes. This woman does not understand the art of crumbling, of curling herself tight like the spiral of a fern, soft, delicate, unwilling to reach out the ivy of her fingers to grasp onto what should rightfully be hers. This is a beast, an elephant, a moving mountain and she is capable of flattening you, she is capable of ruining you, she is capable of making you feel as small and insignificant in her life as she is supposed to be. You are this woman’s footnote to history, you are her side note in song lyrics, you are constantly interrupted by her with a witty joke you wish you thought of. I asked what the problem was with being a steamroller instead of a sunflower and I was laughed down.” - (inkskinned)
inspired by (x)
"My name is Sarah Manning and this is my unconditional surrender."
THIS SHOULD BE WRITTEN IN THE PRESENT TENSE by Helle Helle
‘Why does one always read Helle Helle’s books about the seemingly humdrum lives of lonely, sleepless women in the back of beyond with the kind of obsession normally reserved for well-turned thrillers?’ Politiken
By one of the Denmark’s foremost and most popular novelists comes This Should Be Written in the Present Tense.
Abstract seems to work best for this book. Shown here are the various designs that were worked up for the jacket, the design with the coloured stripes being the one finally chosen.
This mesmerizing novel will published in November by Harvill Secker.