nakedness tonight

a tumblr by jessica ferri
30th June 14
Jane Gardam has ruined me for any other writer maybe

Jane Gardam has ruined me for any other writer maybe

25th June 14
missingmarilyn:

Rare photo of Marilyn Monroe in New York completing hair and costume tests for The Misfits, 1960.

missingmarilyn:

Rare photo of Marilyn Monroe in New York completing hair and costume tests for The Misfits, 1960.

25th June 14
marissaaross:

A .GIF of my entire life

marissaaross:

A .GIF of my entire life

(via gallivantingandgrass)

24th June 14
Two books I read and enjoyed this week.

Two books I read and enjoyed this week.

"I don’t believe in this “gifted few” concept, just in people doing things they are really interested in doing. They have a way of getting good at whatever it is."

18th June 14

For legendary designer Charles Eames's birthday, 15 of his most timeless aphorisms on design and life. (via explore-blog)

18th June 14
nickdrake:

"I’ll clean my room…in exchange for your immortal soul"
[puppet rubs hands together]

nickdrake:

"I’ll clean my room…in exchange for your immortal soul"

[puppet rubs hands together]

(Source: nickdrake™)

18th June 14

(Source: daysrunaway, via gallivantingandgrass)

Janet Malcolm on Argosy Book Store

18th June 14

"Laura showed me a tiny room off a corridor that had been Miss Shevin’s private space, and which has been preserved, because no one could bear to dismantle it. Its walls are densely covered with small paintings and drawings, some of extremely high quality. A bookcase is tightly filled with old books, some rare and many on horticulture. (When Cohen bought a vacation house, in Croton Harmon, Miss Shevin, which her characteristic quickness, became an expert gardener.) A Persian carpet, a cot covered with a blue-and-white Indian spread, where Miss Shevin napped, and a plain wooden desk at which she wrote letters and which she would clear for lunch—brought from home and eaten with her husband—complete the furnishings of the little room, which so clearly evokes its owner and the time she lived in." 

—“The Book Refuge,” in this week’s New Yorker 

"I think the sheer fact of women talking, being, paradoxical, inexplicable, flip, self-destructive but above all else public is the most revolutionary thing in the world."

27th May 14

Chris Kraus, I Love Dick (via hazelcills)

(via durgapolashi)

27th May 14

(Source: noperfectdayforbananafish)