Yoshihiko Ueda, From series Chamber of Curiosities, 2006

The Red List

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"My happiest hours are those in which I think nothing, want nothing, when I do not even dream, but lose myself in some spurious vegetable torpor, moss growing on the surface of life. Without a trace of bitterness I savour my absurd awareness of being nothing, a mere foretaste of death and extinction."

Fernando Pessoa (via blackestdespondency)

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Not a fancy type of apocalypse in “The road”.

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Sol Lewitt - Incomplete Open Cubes (sculptures & studies, 1974)

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The End, by Max Klinger

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"…mankind’s only aim is to reproduce, to continue the species. Although this aim is obviously insignificant, mankind pursues it with terrifying relentlessness. Men may well be unhappy, atrociously unhappy, but they resist with all their strength the thing that could change their fate: they want children, and children similar to them, in order to dig their own grave and perpetuate the conditions for unhappiness."

Michel Houellebecq, The Possibility of an Island, P. 230 (via blackestdespondency)

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Domenico Beccafum - Inferno, 1526-1530

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piercing, penciled in eyebrows, a few tasteful tattoos, dark hair, ladies lookin all duh same


1. Kiowa Girl, Indian Portrait by Edward Curtis.
2. Spokane Indian woman, ca. 1897
3. Noatak Inuit 1929.
4. hopi girl
5. Lakota
6. Sioux Indian Man by Edward Curtis, 1890s


Mastbos, Breda, Netherlands.
Photography by Sonja Krzeminski

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