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zoeferry:

Art in Vancouver

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Apr 12, 2014 / 4 notes

zoeferry:

Art in Vancouver

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"No one gets to choose when. Sometimes it all just ends. It can be taken from you in an instant. In fact, there is no other way for it to be taken. This is terrifying news to most of us, so we tell ourselves elaborate stories, mostly about the passage of time, to pass the time between now and timelessness. We concoct illusions to convince ourselves that we will be remembered. We create monuments to the past and we make plans for the future, but the only thing that ever actually happens is the infinite present. This may not be true in physics, but it is true for our perception of the world. Appreciate it. We have it good, if only because we have it at all." -#FFFFFF
Mar 19, 2014 / 3 notes
Mar 5, 2014
Feb 18, 2014 / 1 note

For years, copying other people, I tried to know myself
From within, I couldn’t decide what to do
Unable to see, I heard my name being called

Then I walked outside
The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you
Don’t go back to sleep
You must ask for what you really want
Don’t go back to sleep
People are going back and forth across the door sill where the two worlds touch
The door is round and open
Don’t go back to sleep.

Jan 25, 2014 / 87 notes
Jan 12, 2014 / 82,178 notes

(via becomingroux)

The term podiphilia derives from the combination of two nouns in Greek: podílato, meaning “bicycle” and philia, meaning “(fraternal) love”. As a suffix, -philia indicates an abnormal liking for or tendency towards a given thing. Thus, the term denotes an abnormal human sexual attraction to bicycles. (via Podiphilia, I Support That - Drunkcyclist.com)
Jan 10, 2014

The term podiphilia derives from the combination of two nouns in Greek: podílato, meaning “bicycle” and philia, meaning “(fraternal) love”. As a suffix, -philia indicates an abnormal liking for or tendency towards a given thing. Thus, the term denotes an abnormal human sexual attraction to bicycles. (via Podiphilia, I Support That - Drunkcyclist.com)

le1f:

photoshoot with Matt Lambert in Platinum Love magazine

Hush BB
Jan 10, 2014 / 1,384 notes

le1f:

photoshoot with Matt Lambert in Platinum Love magazine

Hush BB

Jan 10, 2014 / 44 notes
What makes Molloy’s question so grating is that it operates through the soft, ambiguous sexism that marks modern discussions of women in the media, not in an old-school display of blatant misogyny that everyone now immediately recognizes as unacceptable. Lena Dunham isn’t just working against a media landscape that devalues and objectifies women; she must also contend with critics who are so casually unaware of that landscape that they just can’t “get” her work, so they throw up their hands and call it “random.”
Jan 10, 2014