- G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936)
Publication info Edinburgh :Printed for A. Constable,1821
Ernst Mayr Library of the MCZ, Harvard University
CHINA, Longtoushan : A woman stands amid collapsed houses at Longtoushan, in China’s southwest Yunnan province on August 5, 2014. Two days after a magnitude 6.1 tremor devastated the once-idyllic mountainside village of Longtoushan in southwest China’s Yunnan province, at least 398 people have been confirmed dead, with 80,000 houses destroyed and 124,000 seriously damaged. AFP PHOTO/Greg BAKER
Night is purer than day; it is better for thinking and loving and dreaming. At night everything is more intense, more true. The echo of words that have been spoken during the day takes on a new and deeper meaning.
Elie Wiesel (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
This is honestly my new favorite thing on the internet now.
errbody looks good in heels
They be workin it maaan.
YES. Haha. Oh my gosh.
some of these men have better looking legs than some women…
Lmao and Smdh
tastefullycliche this should be the calendar instead. haha
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
© All images courtesy the artist
places out of order/mikoniatika 2007/VII
Barbara Kruger, Untitled (“I shop therefore I am”) 1987
Gabriel García Márquez (via nofatnowhip)