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"I paint flowers so they will not die."

- Frida Kahlo
Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón
July 6, 1907
Coyoacán, Mexico City (via yenjpg)

(Source: evamayha)

torrid-wind:

arabamolsamontgiymezdim:

Photo by Marton Apai

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qock:

Ricardo Arroyo
bofransson:

Seascape - Emil Nolde
artcomesfirst:

Sampling Classics into New Mixes - “Scratching with Sewing Needles”
- By Liam Maher for ACF Hard Graft Project.
mermaidsofcolor:

Francois Cauvin - Limited Edition Giclees - Jumping Mermaid
Found on francoiscauvin.com

"A novel insists that it is a work of fiction, and of course it is: full of invented situations and names and characters. But in a way, it is also profoundly non-fictional: it is a memoir of those inventions, it is a CAT-scan of the author’s brain, a State of the Union address on what your self mentally encountered during the period of writing. I am an art historian, a lover of music, a “race man,” a walker in the city, a Yoruba, a political doubter, a devotee of the Anglo-American legal tradition, an apostate."

snowce:

Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1949

"There comes a time when you look into the mirror and you realize that what you see is all that you will ever be. And then you accept it. Or you kill yourself. Or you stop looking in mirrors."

- Tennessee Williams (via human-voices)

(Source: fables-of-the-reconstruction)

npr:

'Columbusing': The Art Of Discovering Something That Is Not New
Columbusing is when you “discover” something that’s existed forever. Just that it’s existed outside your own culture, nationality, race or even, say, your neighborhood. Bonus points if you tell all your friends about it.
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