antoine-cordet:

MILK TOOTH; acrylic on canvas; 18x15 in

antoine-cordet:

MILK TOOTH; acrylic on canvas; 18x15 in

(via ceykim)

"Here is what I know:
You drink your coffee black and we are afraid of each other.
Once you kissed my neck in front of your friends
and it made me very shy.
Once you kissed my stomach and I started crying.
I see the tender way you touch things and want to kiss your nose
but I keep my mouth to myself.
Your collarbones are craters big enough to fit my fist into.
You are the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in months.
I was not good to the last person I loved so I punished my heart
(I let it break and bleed out then roughly sewed it back together)
It is hard to write poems when I only know how to fuck you.
I am always trying. I am thinking of Somedays. I am saying goodbye.
You asked why I never write anything honest so I am writing you this."

— Clementine von Radics (via hushedsweetnothings)

(via runawayjohanna)

Hair-stories. New Works From Artist Nakeya B.

MORE.

(Source: superselected, via streetetiquette)

Departure of the Witches, 1878 by Luis Ricardo Falero.

(via savcreeps)

thistlemag:

S O P H I E ° L é C U Y E R

thistlemag:

S O P H I E ° L é C U Y E R

(via geminijune)

ufansius:

Hauser mit bunter Wasche, “Vorstadt” II (Houses with Colorful Laundry, “Suburb” II) - Egon Schiele

ufansius:

Hauser mit bunter Wasche, “Vorstadt” II (Houses with Colorful Laundry, “Suburb” II) - Egon Schiele

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mossfaun:

Le Jour" & "La Nuit" by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

(Source: mossfaun, via chazkeats)

somedevil:

Ed Hodgkinson, 2011
enamel on aluminum

somedevil:

Ed Hodgkinson, 2011

enamel on aluminum

(via daddyfuckedme)

myarmisnotalilactree:

Egon Schiele, Reclining Nude, 1918

myarmisnotalilactree:

Egon SchieleReclining Nude, 1918

(via egonschiele)