— Fyodor Dostoevsky (via sublimespy)
— Rumi (via apoetreflects)
(c) Marion Blank, Paris, 2013
Lisa Gerrard - Come Tenderness (by naiverecords)
— Mary Karr, The Liars’ Club (with thanks to dabacahin)
“The story, as I explained it [to Jimmy],” Dennis Stock wrote, “was to reveal the environments that affected and shaped the unique character of James Byron Dean. We felt a trip to his hometown, Fairmount, Indiana, and to New York, the place of his professional beginnings, would best reveal those influences…. I would solicit an assignment guarantee to cover expenses. The obvious magazine to approach was LIFE…. It took only a week for LIFE to approve the assignment.”
New Yorkers: On April 2, Milk Gallery will present the work of Dennis Stock. In celebration, look back at some of his iconic images of James Dean.
View from Herbert Lists Apartment, 7 Studio in Krochmannstrasse 62, Hamburg, Germany. 1930. Herbert List/Magnum photos
— Louise Glück; “Disruption, Hesitation, Silence,” from Proofs & Theories: Essays on Poetry (via journalofanobody)
Koloman Moser, Poster for the furniture company Jacob & Josef Kohn to be used in Russia, c.1904.