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November 11 2017

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Aż do kości
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November 04 2017

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October 29 2017

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Łatwo się wzruszam i wcale mi to nie przeszkadza. Ukrywanie uczuć to społeczna choroba.
— Aleksandra Lipczak

October 28 2017

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Sing-song: a nursery rhyme book - illustrated by Arthur Hughes - 1907 - via Internet Archive

October 27 2017

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October 26 2017

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Zdzisław Beksiński

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Just imagine a world full of beautiful stained glass windows which also generate electricity…

[Oxford Photovoltaics]

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October 25 2017

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Daily Pic: The Holkham Hebrew Bible, in a show of Jewish books and documents from the Bodleian Library in Oxford, now on view at the Jewish Museum in New York.  The book was printed in Naples in 1491/2, by one Joshua Solomon Soncino. Not only is it gorgeous, but it’s poignant as well. The hand-colored decoration shows how fully its maker was immersed in, and appreciative of, the Christian culture of the Italian Renaissance. (Identical decoration was used on a chivalric romance.) Yet at this same time, Jews were being expelled in vast numbers from Spain and were confined to ghettos in Italy. The persecution and segregation made no cultural sense, but that didn’t stop it from happening.

For a full visual survey of past Daily Pics visit blakegopnik.com/archive. The Daily Pic can also be found at the bottom of the home page of thedailybeast.com, and on that site’s Art Beast page.

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A Portal of a Church, Ernst Ferdinand Oehme

October 24 2017


Here’s a hot take: villains should be relatable.

Not every villain, not every time, and certainly not to everyone at once, but there should be moments. We should, occasionally, be able to see ourselves in the bad guys, be able to understand how they got there.

Because it reminds us not to fucking go there.

Antis who get upset about villains having relatable qualities (often couched as being “romanticized” or “woobified”) are people who cannot bear to ever think of themselves as having the capability of being wrong.

Every human alive is capable of being a horrible person. Relatable villains remind us to keep an eye on that shit.



lets clear up a common misconception:

when i ask if something looks “good” i’m not asking if it makes me sexually appealing. im asking if it makes me look like the modern remix version of a medieval fantasy novel protagonist

#‘that jacket doesnt flatter u as much as something more feminine would–’ IM NOT ASKING IF U WOULD DATE ME#im asking if i look like i could travel for weeks across a made up map by horseback on a quest to fulfill my destiny

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