Automatic Colors

Map made of over 50 riddles taken from Nick Cave songs.
snowce:

Leon Bakst, Elisium, 1906

snowce:

Leon Bakst, Elisium, 1906

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Promethea

For the curious spiritualist who enjoys the comic book format.  

One of the most original series you could ever ask to read, Promethea follows college student Sophie Bangs in a slightly futuristic, slightly alternative reality version of late 90s New York City.  Sohpie’s life takes a drastic turn when she realizes she is the channel of Promethea, an entity as old as time who is not a goddess, but, rather, the embodiment of imagination itself.  It also covers a very interesting time period in America, culturally, politically and spiritually, having being written and released between 1999 and 2005.  Not a very safe time to have a big imagination.  Yet, as this book proves, all times are important to both have it and use it.  And anyone can.

Alan Moore is a master writer and researcher who revolutionized the comic medium by taking on a deeper and more human approach to how characters and stories dealing with the fantastic are told.  He also went on to become an accomplished magician and shamanistic practitioner.  This series is bursting with such information.  One could call this his take on what reality, magick and thought itself really are.  We all are entitled to our take on these things; he’s been generous with his.  To share spiritual information without preaching or condemning.  Now that takes imagination.

Between Two Skies by Ilyas Ahmed
If you are of a certain sensibility… the woodsy, wind-at-midnight, harmonium-by-the-fireplace, quiet, voice-without-words type… you’ll not find a better record than this.  
I bought it because, and I can’t believe I’m owning up to this, the cover looked cool.  
The rare sweetness of being right.

chantuer:

Van Gogh’s letters to his brother, Theo

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whiny-sugar-glider:

BBC - Nature’s Microworlds

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firelorcl:

vortexanomaly:

the crumb

this is the most intense photo i’ve ever seen

firelorcl:

vortexanomaly:

the crumb

this is the most intense photo i’ve ever seen

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Blow Up

wingsidream:

Flower Shop | via Tumblr on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/86845425

wingsidream:

Flower Shop | via Tumblr on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/86845425

fascinating image
Michelangelo Frammartino: Alberi