This is a collection of things I find in the Tumblrverse that express how I think and feel. I also have a WordPress blog.

embraceyourfreak asked: Do you have any pictures of dogs running so fast they look like they're hover-crafts? Love your blog by the way, totally brightens my day!










jesus lord



The only videogame levels: grass, egypt, fish, trees and hell

you forgot haunted and snow

(via todoyurika)

Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2015

(Source: -eliesaab, via vincecarters)


Anelia Loubser is a photographer and fine artist from Cape Town, South Africa.

“Alienation” is a collection of portraits that challenges the viewer by using creative tactics based on the concept, “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change” - Wayne Dyer.

Be introduced to the alienated being inside us all, disconcerting beauty emerges. The work is on the one hand strangely aesthetic, on the other hand mysteriously eerie.


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On my first year away from home
(a creative birth)

These are “little daily” moments, “pearls” found throughout the year in Barcelona, continued from Rio Negro Llora Sangre. This has been the hardest series to complete mostly because it has to do with my own growth.  A year has passed and I can at least make a vague assemblage of them, but it sometimes feels too early or too late. And in putting them in this post i somehow feel they are where they should, all together, woven.

Recently, in the  editing process, after considering it for quite a while, I thought it to be best to unite two different photographs in an embrace, that is, using the format of  liuxi17 ’s works. Since i feel the format done by the artist succeeds to articulate a visual language, which i feel most comfortable in. Something that didn’t feel right when i tried overlapping them as i did in Ixchel , also as i wrote on January that series ended.

So in this transition phase, since, to me, art is a conversation with other artists (both living and past), i linked other artists and experiences somewhere within each photo post particularly. As i am not one, alone. In doing this, i hope to weave meaning/conversations within an already existent community of people.

(via liuxi17)