September 1st, 2014

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August 30th, 2014
a-bookish-heart:

Truer words never spoken.

a-bookish-heart:

Truer words never spoken.

via bookpatrol:

Self-Portraits by Pierre Beteille: Bringing Good Books to Life  

French photographer Pierre Beteille  has produced a series of self portraits where, with a little digital magic, the text and the reader morph into some pretty cool imagery. From  Robinson Crusoe to Charles Bukowski’s Notes of a Dirty Old Man and plenty in between enjoy this trip through Beteille’s reading life.

See the rest of the portfolio at 500px ISO

h/t Shelf Awareness

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thegirlandherbooks:

I’ve been doing a bunch of traveling in the last two months, so I wanted to make a post about the books I’ve been bringing along with me.

thegirlandherbooks:

I’ve been doing a bunch of traveling in the last two months, so I wanted to make a post about the books I’ve been bringing along with me.

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a-bookish-heart:

On my bookshelf: More Than This by Patrick Ness. Of course this is on my bookshelf. It’s only a book by my favorite author ever.
Like all of his books, More Than This takes you on quite an emotional ride. I mean, within the first chapter you’re reading about a boy drowning and it’s intense and scary and real. What more can I say than that? I think this is one of those books where going in blind is the best way to go.
If you do want to hear more about my thoughts on this one, you can check out my review over at Oh, the Books!
Oh, and let’s not forget that cover design. It’s absolutely gorgeous! Worth the purchase for that alone.

a-bookish-heart:

On my bookshelf: More Than This by Patrick Ness. Of course this is on my bookshelf. It’s only a book by my favorite author ever.

Like all of his books, More Than This takes you on quite an emotional ride. I mean, within the first chapter you’re reading about a boy drowning and it’s intense and scary and real. What more can I say than that? I think this is one of those books where going in blind is the best way to go.

If you do want to hear more about my thoughts on this one, you can check out my review over at Oh, the Books!

Oh, and let’s not forget that cover design. It’s absolutely gorgeous! Worth the purchase for that alone.

(via prettybooks)

August 28th, 2014
centuriespast:

Hamlet and the Ghost
by Frederick James Shields
Date painted: 1901
Oil on canvas, 60 x 41 cm
Collection: Manchester City Galleries

centuriespast:

Hamlet and the Ghost

by Frederick James Shields

Date painted: 1901

Oil on canvas, 60 x 41 cm

Collection: Manchester City Galleries

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August 24th, 2014
sakrogoat:

Franz Von Stuck - The Sin

sakrogoat:

Franz Von Stuck - The Sin

(Source: olderoticart)