Robert Mapplethorpe Untitled, 1972

Robert Mapplethorpe 
Untitled, 1972

“Δεν άκουσα.
Ξεχάστηκα στα μάτια σου και δεν άκουσα.
Τι μου λεγες;”
 Κώστας Μόντης 

Α να γεια σου και δεν ήξερα πως να το πω!
Maurice Milliere Maurice Milliere Maurice Milliere

Maurice Milliere

fleurdulys:

Lovers in a Cafe - Gotthardt Kuehl

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The Vision After the Sermon (Jacob wrestling with the Angel)
1888
Paul Gauguin 

Garo  was an alternative manga magazine  these are my favourite covers from the 60’s and the 70’s Garo  was an alternative manga magazine  these are my favourite covers from the 60’s and the 70’s Garo  was an alternative manga magazine  these are my favourite covers from the 60’s and the 70’s

Garo  was an alternative manga magazine 
 
these are my favourite covers from the 60’s and the 70’s


René Margritte, The Portrait, 1935

René Margritte, The Portrait, 1935

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αν ακούσατε ένα “κρακ”, ήταν η καρδιά μου.
Kurîmu remon (2004)(Cream Lemon)Nabuhiro Yamashita αν ακούσατε ένα “κρακ”, ήταν η καρδιά μου.
Kurîmu remon (2004)(Cream Lemon)Nabuhiro Yamashita

αν ακούσατε ένα “κρακ”, ήταν η καρδιά μου.


Kurîmu remon (2004)
(Cream Lemon)
Nabuhiro Yamashita

whisper-s-of-the-heart:

Morning, Day and Evening - Whisper of the Heart
(notice Shizuku&Seiji on the bicycle, Muta, and Yuko&Sugimura)
whisper-s-of-the-heart:

Morning, Day and Evening - Whisper of the Heart
(notice Shizuku&Seiji on the bicycle, Muta, and Yuko&Sugimura)
whisper-s-of-the-heart:

Morning, Day and Evening - Whisper of the Heart
(notice Shizuku&Seiji on the bicycle, Muta, and Yuko&Sugimura)

whisper-s-of-the-heart:

Morning, Day and Evening - Whisper of the Heart

(notice Shizuku&Seiji on the bicycle, Muta, and Yuko&Sugimura)

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tweed-eyes:

Dress Elizabeth Hawes (American, 1903–1971)
Date: ca. 1935

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Moonlight Whispers
 
(Sasayaki) 1999
Akihiko Shiota

“Your eyes make me shy.”
— Anaïs Nin (via fernsandmoss)

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satyremont:

Francis Picabia, Idylle, 1927.

satyremont:

Francis Picabia, Idylle, 1927.