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Goya Soda

So this photo is apparently still making its rounds…

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Goya Soda

So this photo is apparently still making its rounds…

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Why be timid? Death is coming.
– Simon Amstell [Do Nothing] (via quietly-fall-apart)

You’re so important to me.

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Human beings are wired to solve – to make order out of chaos.

Illusionist and New York Times crossword puzzle builder David Kwong at TED2014. Also see the science of how pattern-recognition fuels our creativity.

The great Ursula Nordstrom put it even more poetically in her beautiful letter to young Maurice Sendak“That is the creative artist — a penalty of the creative artist — wanting to make order out of chaos.”

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theatlantic:

Big Breakthroughs Come In Your 30s

What the ages of Nobel Prize winners tell us about creativity
Read more. [Image: a_whisper_of_unremitting_demand/Flickr]


Here’s to getting older.

theatlantic:

Big Breakthroughs Come In Your 30s

What the ages of Nobel Prize winners tell us about creativity

Read more. [Image: a_whisper_of_unremitting_demand/Flickr]

Here’s to getting older.

cholana:

Salvador Dalí in collaboration with Walt Disney

cholana:

Salvador Dalí in collaboration with Walt Disney

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Yuji Moriguchi, A Camellia


Reminds me of a Murakami novel.

Yuji Moriguchi, A Camellia

Reminds me of a Murakami novel.

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heptagram:

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Goya Soda

So this photo is apparently still making its rounds…

heptagram:

heptagram:

Goya Soda

So this photo is apparently still making its rounds…

(via din3103)

Why be timid? Death is coming.
– Simon Amstell [Do Nothing] (via quietly-fall-apart)

You’re so important to me.

(via mymissus)

(via tryingtofindthewords)

Human beings are wired to solve – to make order out of chaos.

Illusionist and New York Times crossword puzzle builder David Kwong at TED2014. Also see the science of how pattern-recognition fuels our creativity.

The great Ursula Nordstrom put it even more poetically in her beautiful letter to young Maurice Sendak“That is the creative artist — a penalty of the creative artist — wanting to make order out of chaos.”

(via explore-blog)

(via buildingmystery)

theatlantic:

Big Breakthroughs Come In Your 30s

What the ages of Nobel Prize winners tell us about creativity
Read more. [Image: a_whisper_of_unremitting_demand/Flickr]


Here’s to getting older.

theatlantic:

Big Breakthroughs Come In Your 30s

What the ages of Nobel Prize winners tell us about creativity

Read more. [Image: a_whisper_of_unremitting_demand/Flickr]

Here’s to getting older.

(Source: fukaydan, via serendipitousart)

cholana:

Salvador Dalí in collaboration with Walt Disney

cholana:

Salvador Dalí in collaboration with Walt Disney

(Source: culest, via monstergirl13)


Yuji Moriguchi, A Camellia


Reminds me of a Murakami novel.

Yuji Moriguchi, A Camellia

Reminds me of a Murakami novel.

(Source: facebook.com, via sellindope)

"Why be timid? Death is coming."
"Human beings are wired to solve – to make order out of chaos."

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