The world of Sof

The world of Sof

want change, love art and think
undefinedcollective:

Granny
(MEIRANESIO)

undefinedcollective:

Granny

(MEIRANESIO)

philosophyandthearts:

Kate Kopal - ‘Silence’

philosophyandthearts:

Kate Kopal -Silence

philosophyandthearts:

Whoo Eezeet - ‘The moon ( etching )’

philosophyandthearts:

Whoo Eezeet -The moon ( etching )

ronulicny:

“Man”, 1967
 By: ALEXANDER CALDER….
* HAPPY BIRTHDAY today to one of my favorite American Sculptors!!
**Amazing photo by: MAX LAMOUR….

ronulicny:

Man”, 1967

 By: ALEXANDER CALDER….

* HAPPY BIRTHDAY today to one of my favorite American Sculptors!!

**Amazing photo by: MAX LAMOUR….

darkandlong:

Peter and Jane Series // Miriam Elia

darkandlong:

Peter and Jane Series // Miriam Elia

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chokingxvictim:

FIGHT WAR NOT WARS

chokingxvictim:

FIGHT WAR
NOT WARS

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ardora:

“Early on, I learnt from the Russian intelligentsia that the only meaning of life lies in conscious participation in the making of history. The more I think of that, the more deeply true it seems to be. It follows that one must range oneself actively against everything that diminishes man, and involve oneself in all struggles which tend to liberate and enlarge him. This categorical imperative is by no way lessened by the fact that such an involvement is inevitably soiled by error: it is a worse error merely to live for oneself, caught within traditions which are soiled by inhumanity.”— Victor Serge, Memoirs of a Revolutionary, Tr. Peter Sedgwick (2002)
Photo: Victor Serge, Mexico, 1944.

ardora:

“Early on, I learnt from the Russian intelligentsia that the only meaning of life lies in conscious participation in the making of history. The more I think of that, the more deeply true it seems to be. It follows that one must range oneself actively against everything that diminishes man, and involve oneself in all struggles which tend to liberate and enlarge him. This categorical imperative is by no way lessened by the fact that such an involvement is inevitably soiled by error: it is a worse error merely to live for oneself, caught within traditions which are soiled by inhumanity.”

— Victor Serge, Memoirs of a Revolutionary, Tr. Peter Sedgwick (2002)

Photo: Victor Serge, Mexico, 1944.

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imperfect000000:

When you wake up and get your period and you’re like “oh that’s why I was crying uncontrollably last night over a jelly bean”

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chloefrancillon:

Pablo Picasso - Bustes de Sylvette, 1954

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welcometothe1jungle:

Jack the Ripper killed his victims by slashing their throats, proceeding to eviscerate them when they were dead. Because bruises older than the cuts were found on the necks of many of the canonical victims, it has been suspected that the Ripper strangled his victims into submission with his bare hands before slashing them. He would often take an organ or two as a trophy and once sent a kidney to George Lusk, head of the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee, as proof of his identity. It is reported that the body of Mary Jane Kelly was so grotesquely slaughtered that she was unrecognizable (as you can see in the second picture). Her body was also posed with the legs parted, as was another victim. (x)

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