"Nature’s first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf’s a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay."

— "Nothing Gold Can Stay" by Robert Frost (via alexicon91)


Scan from the Yohji Yamamoto book published by Taschen curated by Terry Jones Photo by Willy Vanderperre for i-D, the celebration issue #250 December 2004/January 2005

Louis Vuitton Fall 2000 by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin: Stephanie Seymour

Pierre Soulages, Maison, Sete, 1959. Harry Bertoia´s Diamond and wire chairs.

Fashion Show Nº29, Men’s Collection Spring–Summer 2000
"That was just an amazing collection, just rip-roaring. Some people thought it was too avant-garde. I had this idea for the kites because the collection was inspired by Andrew Wyeth, and we thought it would be a great idea to take the painter’s colour palette and team it with the sensibility of A Clockwork Orange, which is where the idea of the baseball bats come in. And then the black streak over one eye, that was just totally inspired. That was another show that I thought had bombed. I was in the back the whole time, dressing the models. And I was sure everybody hated it, but then I came out and I found that most people had loved it.” Paul Sinclaire, stylist and collaborator, Show Nº 27–32

Dries Van Noten, 01–50 Golden Anniversary

Dan Graham - Tunnel of Love, 2014
Glasswalls are arranged in tandem with each other to form a curved pathway through which the spectator can walk. On either end, the entrances are half blocked, one on the left side and the other on the right, subtly conducting the spectator’s movement as they pass through.
The title of the work is a nod to Graham’s more poetic side, with the idea of how love is represented in the work left open-ended. One way of perhaps understanding it is on an empathetic, interpersonal level. Graham’s works are transcendent, moving beyond the physical form into the realm of the metaphysical. Tunnel of Love does not simply become a structure through which our environment is altered, but rather a structure through which our own interpersonal interactions are underlined and explored.

"I do not forget that my voice is but one voice, my experience a mere drop in the sea, my knowledge no greater than the visual field in a microscope."

— Carl Jung (via likeafieldmouse)


deadsymmetry: Manuel Granados

Coral, shot today on polaroid. 2014. 

"To be a happy person, one has to drop all comparison. Drop all these stupid ideas of being superior and inferior. You are neither superior nor inferior. You are simply yourself! There exists no one like you, no one with whom you can be compared. Then, suddenly, you are at home."

— Osho (via yogachocolatelove)

Logan Jackson by Barrett Sweger for Veine Magazine