this is the swaggiest motherfucker i have ever seen he absorbs other people’s lack of swag and then photosynthesizes it into swag that we can breathe and be reinvigorated by i cant handle it
in tribute to Virginia Woolf
Susan Jamison, http://www.behance.net/susanjamison
"When something bothered me, I didn’t talk with anyone about it. I thought it over all by myself, came to a conclusion, and took action alone. Not that I really felt lonely. I thought that’s just the way things are. Human beings, in the final analysis, have to survive on their own."
Haruki Murakami, Sputnik Sweetheart
Sext: I would thou didst itch from head to foot and I had the scratching of thee…
Photograph by Erika Larsen
Destiny Buck, of the Wanapum tribe, rides her mare, Daisy, in the yearly Indian princess competition in Pendleton, Oregon. Embraced first for war, hunting, and transport, horses became partners in pageantry and a way to show tribal pride.
whenever i stay in my house for longer than strictly necessary the walls billow inwards with cottony cringe-fodder and tiny pestilent armies of self reflection scuttle over me, stings filling my blood with a throbbing, sleepy poison and i lie down like damp newspaper chunks and dessicate for months
very important to keep moving in this plaguey modern world
(sometimes the armies of pestilence are actual fleas or poisonous spiders and this makes things bad in different ways. see my up n coming lifestyle magazine:
Garden Cottage Living. the Summer Issue:
vol. 1 driven out of house by fleas and
vol. 2 there’s a funnel web under my bed please ready the antivenom
When children are demonised by the newspapers, they are often described as feral. But feral is what children should be: it means released from captivity or domestication. Those who live in crowded flats, surrounded by concrete, mown grass and other people’s property, cannot escape their captivity without breaking the law. Games and explorations that are seen as healthy in the countryside are criminalised in the cities. Children who have never visited the countryside – 50% in the UK according to WideHorizons – live under constant restraint.
If money is real I want a lot of it, I guess.