Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, But bears it out even to the edge of doom: If this be error and upon me proved, I never writ, nor no man ever loved.

Herman Hesse, Siddhartha

Herbert Bayer, Things to Come, (1938)

Herbert Bayer - Isometric drawing of Walter Gropius’s study in the Weimar Bauhaus (1923)


St. Vincent - Cheerleader

(via dried-apricots)


KAZUYO SEJIMA Plum Grove House, Tokyo 2003

Another of the works by Lee Ufan in the gardens of Versailles.

“My images are not images of reality, but show a kind of second reality, the image of the image.” —Thomas Ruff
"Every beginning
is but a continuation,
and the book of events
is never more than half open."
—Wislawa Szymborska, from “Love at First Sight”, translated by Walter Whipple (via the-final-sentence)
Alice Munro: “The Bear Came over the Mountain” : The New Yorker

"She said there ought to be one place you thought about and knew about and maybe longed for but never did get to see."

"And so it often happened with those practical people. In spite of their calculations, their survival instincts, they might not get as far as they had quite reasonably expected. No doubt it seemed unfair."
Spring breakers?

Tony Leung Chiu WaiChun gwong cha sit | 1997
"I was very fond of you, but now I’m so, so tired. I’m not happy to go, but one needn’t be happy to make another start."
—Albert Camus, The Plague (via hellanne)