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Featured the first ever Etsy Biennial, a curated collection of the best (and worst) art Etsy has to offer.
2:12 pm • 8 March 2014 • 61 notes • View comments
“I never expect anyone to agree with me in liking the books I like, because I rather want novels to depress me, and I don’t much mind whether I like the people in them or not. So I expect the books I write to be depressing and full of horrid monsters.”
— Virginia Woolf, in a letter to Daphne Sanger dated 27 May 1925 (via violentwavesofemotion)
(Source: wavingtovirginia, via othernotebooksareavailable)
4:35 pm • 2 March 2014 • 549 notes • View comments
MY NEW LOOK.
Denim-on-denim — evoking the specific nostalgia for a time when Paris and Nicole were best friends for life (BFF4L).
1:41 pm • 28 February 2014 • 40 notes • View comments
“I am not good. I am not virtuous. I am not sympathetic. I am not generous. I am merely and above all a creature of intense passionate feeling. I feel—everything. It is my genius. It burns me like fire.”
Mary MacLane, I Await The Devil’s Coming (via fernsandmoss)
Just bought this the other day. Sooo excited to read it and live vicariously through her untempered narcissism.
(Source: awritersruminations, via saltmagazine)
9:33 am • 27 February 2014 • 1,857 notes • View comments
Starting from birth, feel vaguely confused and out of place.
Tracey Emin starts her memoir Strangeland with an anecdote from her birth: “At the moment of my birth into this world, I somehow felt a mistake had been made. I couldn’t scream or cry or argue my case. I just lay motionless, wishing I could go back to where I’d come from.”
You know this feeling. You get over it.
— How To Be A Female Artist (Via Dazed Digital)
8:34 pm • 26 February 2014 • 102 notes • View comments