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Screen-cap from “She’s in Parties" video, from Bauhaus’ album “Burning from the Inside”.

Screen-cap from “She’s in Parties" video, from Bauhaus’ album “Burning from the Inside”.

“All suffering originates from craving, from attachment, from desire.”

– Edgar Allan Poe (via aryaswolves)

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weepling:

O Dentro É o Fora (The Inside Is the Outside), 1963 by Lygia Clark

This is so profound!

weepling:

O Dentro É o Fora (The Inside Is the Outside), 1963 by Lygia Clark

This is so profound!

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She looks so goddamn gorgeous!

She looks so goddamn gorgeous!

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“I am terrified by this dark thing
That sleeps in me;
All day I feel its soft, feathery turnings. Its malignity.”

– Sylvia Plath - Elm (from Ariel)

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Bauhaus - November 19, 1980 - Klacik - Brussels, Belgium.

Bauhaus - November 19, 1980 - Klacik - Brussels, Belgium.

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“Outdoor Miner”/”Practice Make(s?) Perfect" back sleeve, by Wire, 1978.

Outdoor Miner”/”Practice Make(s?) Perfect" back sleeve, by Wire, 1978.

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yama-bato:

   Book cover for Adam Boxer (ed.), 1993, The New Bauhaus School of Design in Chicago: Photographs, 1937-1944, (New York: Banning and Associates) 1993   Book cover Amazon - USA

yama-bato:

 
  
Book cover for Adam Boxer (ed.), 1993, The New Bauhaus School of Design in Chicago: Photographs, 1937-1944, (New York: Banning and Associates) 
1993 
  
Book cover 
Amazon - USA

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1926 - Nothing But Time - Alberto Cavalcanti.

1926 - Nothing But Time - Alberto Cavalcanti.

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THE INVADERS HIT THE BEACH - From Coast Guard-manned “sea-horse” landing craft, American troops leap forward to storm a North African beach during final amphibious maneuvers. Lying off shore, extreme right, a Coast Guard-manned assault transport is visible. Coast Guard invasion craft, like these, were in the initial waves which rolled in upon Normandy’s beaches before dawn D-Day.
The D-Day, The Longest Day. June 6, 1944.

THE INVADERS HIT THE BEACH - From Coast Guard-manned “sea-horse” landing craft, American troops leap forward to storm a North African beach during final amphibious maneuvers. Lying off shore, extreme right, a Coast Guard-manned assault transport is visible. Coast Guard invasion craft, like these, were in the initial waves which rolled in upon Normandy’s beaches before dawn D-Day.

The D-Day, The Longest Day. June 6, 1944.

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kaltmesser:

"King of Kings" by Karmazid

kaltmesser:

"King of Kings" by Karmazid

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