Final Report of the Commercial Starship Nostromo Does It Look Like I'm Kidding?

commanderspock:

design-is-fine

Léon Bonvin, landscapes, 1859-1866. More: Walters Art Museum, USA.

"He had but the cold hours of the morning or the heavy hours of the night in which to draw and paint his water-colors" … Despite displaying great talent, Bonvin was largely unrecognized by his contemporaries. In 1866 he hanged himself at the age of 32, apparently due to financial difficulties. More: thewalters.org

We waited and waited. All of us. Didn’t the shrink know that waiting was one of the things that drove people crazy? People waited all their lives. They waited to live, they waited to die. They waited in line to buy toilet paper. They waited in line for money. And if they didn’t have any money they waited in longer lines. You waited to go to sleep and then you waited to awaken. You waited to get married and you waited to get divorced. You waited for it to rain, you waited for it to stop. You waited to eat and then you waited to eat again. You waited in a shrink’s office with a bunch of psychos and you wondered if you were one.
Charles Bukowski (via cityandcolourblind)

(Source: wordsthat-speak)

To Tumblr, Love Pixel Union