Nicolas Feldmeyer, Woven Portico (2012) – photo by Nick Rochowski. Courtesy Saatchi Gallery (via)

Site-specific installation in which the artist has woven mesh between the columns of the portico of the central building at the university of college (UCL) in London.

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"I like art, and by art I mean music, poetry, sex, paintings, the human body, literature.. All of this is art to me."

Hunter Reveu (via timid)

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The Lone Reindeer (by Ilkka Hamalainen)

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Workshop of Sandro Botticelli - The Virgin and Child with Saint John and Two Angels (probably about 1490-1500)

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Noell S. Oszvald

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"They’ve kept the truth
about Persephone a secret,
burying it deep below
Hercules’s murdered wife
and all of Zeus’s affairs.
It’s dangerous, you see,
a spark threatening to
ignite a long dead flame.


She loved her power,
the Queen of the Dead,
to forever reign
in the fires of hell.
She wore her crown
like a beacon;
a beautiful queen,
plotting against her king.
They never wanted you
to know the hunger of Persephone,
how she starved for something
other than pomegranates.


The primal thirst
that burns all women’s throats,
denied by eons of men.
Listen closely to the voice from hell, sweetheart.
“You are a queen;
don’t wait for a king.”


Emily Palermo, Persephone (via starredsoul)

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Jim Hodges - Give More Than You Take (2014)