The Ashes of Us
And when the flowers fall, we will start again.

Odile (/oh-deal/), 24, Italy. Creative Designer / Art Director / Pretentious wanker.

Music (Suede, Brit Rock, New Wave, Post-Rock, Soundtracks, Sad Songwriters, Self-Indulgent Electronica, Hip Hop etc) | Design | Fashion | Art | Japanese Design & Philosophy | Korean Design

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where has this tumblr been ALL my life?

rrrrrrrroll:

R_79

where has this tumblr been ALL my life?

bahliss:

KIKO MIZUHARA

bahliss:

KIKO MIZUHARA

She still smiles from time to time, definitely a charming smile, but it’s always limited somehow, a smile that never goes beyond the moment. A high, invisible wall surrounds her, keeping people at arm’s length. She’s always courteous and kind, but her words lack the kind of curiosity and excitement you’d normally expect. Her true feelings remain hidden. Save for when a practical decision has to be made, she never gives her personal opinion about anything. She seldom talks about herself, instead letting others talk, nodding warmly as she listens. Most people, though, start to feel vaguely uneasy when talking to her, as if they suspect they’re wasting her time, trampling on her private, graceful, dignified world. And that impression is, for the most part, correct.

Haruki MurakamiKafka on the Shore (via millionen)

They told me to pour my heart into everything I do. So that’s what I did, I poured and poured and poured. Now they ask me why I’m so empty.

(via killheji)

(Source: florential)

infinite-movement:

Guerrino Santulliana || Juun.J Spring/Summer 2015

infinite-movement:

Guerrino Santulliana || Juun.J Spring/Summer 2015

Artist: TABLO X TAEYANG

Song: '눈,코,입(EYES, NOSE, LIPS)' COVER
Plays: 76,095

YG Family cover project 002 -Tablo|Eyes, Nose Lips Cover|


You’ll never fade.fade to black.
You’ll never fade.
fade to black.

I don’t launch a message at my viewers but instead provide an empty vessel. In turn, I expect them to deposit something there, their own messages or images. This is an important aspect of communication, accepting what the other has to say.

Kenya Hara (1958 – )


Ryuichi Sakamoto, by Jeannette Montgomery Barron.

Ryuichi Sakamoto, by Jeannette Montgomery Barron.

(Source: powerful-art)