September12014

magictransistor:



[জাদু ট্রানজিস্টার]

8PM
blindthoughts:

Lapo Simeoni (b. 1979, Orbetello, (GR), Italy) - Fire      Paintings: Oil on Copper Fix on Wood

Burning TARDIS.

blindthoughts:

Lapo Simeoni (b. 1979, Orbetello, (GR), Italy) - Fire      Paintings: Oil on Copper Fix on Wood

Burning TARDIS.

(Source: saatchiart.com)

4PM
4PM

(Source: vintagesalt)

(129 plays)

2PM
artmolecula:

Irving Penn

artmolecula:

Irving Penn

2PM

Photograph by fbphotography on flickr

Photograph by fbphotography on flickr

(Source: burning-soul)

2AM
scifi2feature:

Galaxy Jane by Ron Goulart, 1986.

scifi2feature:

Galaxy Jane by Ron Goulart, 1986.

1AM

(Source: banditbloggers, via hefuckin)

12AM
“the transference of the signified, so essential to human life, is possible only by virtue of the structure of the signifier” Jacques Lacan, The Psychoses p. 226 (via post-makhno)
12AM
“You could not be born at a better period than the present, when we have lost everything.” Simone Weil, Gravity and Grace. (via batarde)
12AM
duria-antiquior:

The Discovery of a Book, November 1978

The following is a transcript of a talk given at the Bartholdy Institute in London on the 12th of November, 1978, by Professor Linda Franklin. It details the discovery and subsequent interpretation of a 17th Century book, ostensibly entitled the Bremen MS.209, though known more commonly as the Liber Parvorum Spirituum. At the time of writing, little over a third of the original text had been transcribed, the remaining chapters were undergoing restoration works following water damage some time in the years prior to the book’s discovery. Translation efforts were also impeded by the unorthodox approach to grammar in many of the Latin sections of the text. Since the talk was delivered, a consensus has now been reached among the text’s translators, with the exception of a few of the more oblique passages. The damaged sections of the text are still undergoing restoration, though new photographic technology is uncovering new details hitherto lost, and a complete edition is lined up for publication in the Autumn of 2015.

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duria-antiquior:

The Discovery of a Book, November 1978

The following is a transcript of a talk given at the Bartholdy Institute in London on the 12th of November, 1978, by Professor Linda Franklin. It details the discovery and subsequent interpretation of a 17th Century book, ostensibly entitled the Bremen MS.209, though known more commonly as the Liber Parvorum Spirituum. At the time of writing, little over a third of the original text had been transcribed, the remaining chapters were undergoing restoration works following water damage some time in the years prior to the book’s discovery. Translation efforts were also impeded by the unorthodox approach to grammar in many of the Latin sections of the text. Since the talk was delivered, a consensus has now been reached among the text’s translators, with the exception of a few of the more oblique passages. The damaged sections of the text are still undergoing restoration, though new photographic technology is uncovering new details hitherto lost, and a complete edition is lined up for publication in the Autumn of 2015.
12AM
nymphoninjas:


I love minds. And I love wearing my uniform to play with them.

Well mission accomplished dear, you’ve definitely captured our attention and imagination. 

nymphoninjas:

I love minds. And I love wearing my uniform to play with them.

Well mission accomplished dear, you’ve definitely captured our attention and imagination. 

(via gently-please)

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