The Adventures of the Rogue Art Historian

The misfit adventures of this rogue art historian are valued and kept secret. These gems are true black pearls which have found their way away from the salty dark water to your face... lick them, stick them, devour them and enjoy...

I need your light in my life.

(Source: Spotify)

I only ever asked him
to love me deeply
and earnestly,
but he still turned around
and said,
that I was too heavy,
that I was asking too much,
that he was only one man.
After him I learned,
that sometimes,
it takes two men to do,
the work of one woman.

—Key Ballah  (via lovelessramblings)

(Source: keywrites, via lovelessramblings)

thinktankgallery:

SURREAL AND SENSUAL PHOTOS BY YUNG CHENG LIN

The Taiwanese photographer Yung Cheng Lin creates work that is first foreboding, and later sensual. The pieces almost alway begin in a place of darkness, mostly in the physical sense but additionally in a thematic one depending on the viewer and what he or she pulls from it. The one unifying factor is that each is beautiful and has an extra layer of intimacy. 

Lin definitely knows his style, and his audience, and tying elements like a fly that appears over and over again tie in his work to the brilliance of Surrealists before him (like Dalí’s ants). 

Yung Chen Lin’s has a flickr account jam-packed with nearly a thousand voyeuristic photos to get lost inside of. 

(Source: juxtapoz.com)

littleworries:

This is your hidden fish.  It causes great holes in your heart.

littleworries:

This is your hidden fish.  It causes great holes in your heart.