A little Bit of Everything

A collection of Information gathered for Sharing and Inspiring

nativeamericannews:

Short History of Native American Beadwork http://bit.ly/GP3LQv P.S. Isn’t this piece amazing? Truly a work of art. [Courtesy of kqdesigns.com]

nativeamericannews:

Short History of Native American Beadwork http://bit.ly/GP3LQv P.S. Isn’t this piece amazing? Truly a work of art. [Courtesy of kqdesigns.com]

nemfrog:

Alice in Wonderland written in Gregg Shorthand. 1916.

nemfrog:

Alice in Wonderland written in Gregg Shorthand. 1916.

(via old-glory)

blastedheath:

Wayne Thiebaud (American, b. 1920), Hill Street (Day City), 1981. Oil on canvas, 48 x 36 1/8 in.

blastedheath:

Wayne Thiebaud (American, b. 1920), Hill Street (Day City), 1981. Oil on canvas, 48 x 36 1/8 in.

“You must be prepared to work always without applause.”

—   Ernest Hemingway (via honeyandgrace)

(Source: thatlitsite, via alifelivedwell)

“Maybe we don’t love life enough? Have you noticed that death alone awakens our feelings? How we love the friends who have just left us? How we admire those of our teachers who have ceased to speak, their mouths filled with earth! Then the expression of admiration springs forth naturally, that admiration they were perhaps expecting from us all their lives. But do you know why we are always more just and more generous toward the dead? The reason is simple. With them there is no obligation. They leave us free and we can take our time, fit testimonial in between a cocktail party and a nice little mistress, in our spare time, in short. If they forced us to anything, it would be to remembering, and we have a short memory. No, it is the recently dead we love among our friends, the painful dead, our emotion, ourselves after all!”

—   Albert Camus, The Fall (via oldtimefriend)

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“Some things are more precious because they don’t last long.”

—   Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (via quotes-shape-us)

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transistoradio:

Anselm Kiefer (b.1945), Interior (1981), oil, acrylic, and paper on canvas, 311 x 287.5 cm. Via Artsy.

transistoradio:

Anselm Kiefer (b.1945), Interior (1981), oil, acrylic, and paper on canvas, 311 x 287.5 cm. Via Artsy.

drawpaintprint:

Piero della FrancescaResurrection of Christ1463-65Museo Civico Sansepolcro, Italy

“Silence
and a deeper silence
when the crickets
hesitate”

—   Leonard Cohen, “Summer Haiku, from The Spice-Box of Earth (via hiddenshores)

(via journalofanobody)


Pantheon - oculus Grzegorz Adamski, 500px.com

Pantheon - oculus
Grzegorz Adamski, 500px.com

(Source: djabal, via visibility-is-relative)

“To understand the limitation of things, desire them.”

“Dada aimed to destroy the reasonable deceptions of man and recover the natural and unreasonable order.”

—   Jean Arp (via chucklingpecan)
goodmemory:

The birds, 2010, Découpages épinglés sur c-print
Miguel Rothschild

goodmemory:

The birds, 2010, Découpages épinglés sur c-print

Miguel Rothschild

“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else.”

—   Charles Dickens (via thatlitsite)

“I wonder anybody does anything at Oxford but dream and remember, the place is so beautiful. One almost expects the people to sing instead of speaking. It is all like an opera.”

—   W.B. Yeats (via dailydoseofstuf)