/page/2
When you ask Kingsnorth about Dark Mountain, he speaks of mourning, grief and despair. We are living, he says, through the “age of ecocide,” and like a long-dazed widower, we are finally becoming sensible to the magnitude of our loss, which it is our duty to face.
Melting / Green / Print by Kristina Krogh

Melting / Green / Print by Kristina Krogh

(Source: theminimalist.com.au)

Bob Dylan once wrote a song, “A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall,” that consisted entirely, he said, of the first lines of songs he thought he would never have time to write.
Douglas Lyle Thompson (via design mom)

Douglas Lyle Thompson (via design mom)

(Source: douglaslylethompson.com)

brentonlittle:

And now for something completely different: “FALL / WINTER” (same tree, different season edition) This is my first diptic in at least a year. I most definitely hesitated posting this in fear of defiling my purist feed. #seasons #fall #winter

brentonlittle:

And now for something completely different: “FALL / WINTER” (same tree, different season edition) This is my first diptic in at least a year. I most definitely hesitated posting this in fear of defiling my purist feed. #seasons #fall #winter

section of “eyeDazzler” by William Wilson, Pamela Brown, Joy Farley, Dylan McLaughlin and Jamie Smith; 76,050 4mm glass beads; via 516arts.org

section of “eyeDazzler” by William Wilson, Pamela Brown, Joy Farley, Dylan McLaughlin and Jamie Smith; 76,050 4mm glass beads; via 516arts.org

(Source: stemarts.com)

think-make-think by Clifton Burt (via 20x200)

think-make-think by Clifton Burt (via 20x200)

Why Can’t You Just Be Nice by Trey Speegle (via 20x200)

Why Can’t You Just Be Nice by Trey Speegle (via 20x200)

women’s home companion, illustrated by jack potter, 1956 (via leifpeng on flickr)

women’s home companion, illustrated by jack potter, 1956 (via leifpeng on flickr)

if you know whose art this is, please let me know (via anywho > Silent Monday)

if you know whose art this is, please let me know (via anywho > Silent Monday)

"When you ask Kingsnorth about Dark Mountain, he speaks of mourning, grief and despair. We are living, he says, through the “age of ecocide,” and like a long-dazed widower, we are finally becoming sensible to the magnitude of our loss, which it is our duty to face."
"Bob Dylan once wrote a song, “A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall,” that consisted entirely, he said, of the first lines of songs he thought he would never have time to write."

About:

every moment must carry profound meaning. this is very important.

you can also visit me here.

Following: