the thought studio.
a collection of inspiration
the thought studio.
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likeafieldmouse:

Emma Bennett (2007-12)
1. First Fever
2. Death & Co.
3. Shadow of Doubt
4. The Endlessness
5. Thief of Time
6. And, Afterwards
likeafieldmouse:

Emma Bennett (2007-12)
1. First Fever
2. Death & Co.
3. Shadow of Doubt
4. The Endlessness
5. Thief of Time
6. And, Afterwards
likeafieldmouse:

Emma Bennett (2007-12)
1. First Fever
2. Death & Co.
3. Shadow of Doubt
4. The Endlessness
5. Thief of Time
6. And, Afterwards
likeafieldmouse:

Emma Bennett (2007-12)
1. First Fever
2. Death & Co.
3. Shadow of Doubt
4. The Endlessness
5. Thief of Time
6. And, Afterwards
likeafieldmouse:

Emma Bennett (2007-12)
1. First Fever
2. Death & Co.
3. Shadow of Doubt
4. The Endlessness
5. Thief of Time
6. And, Afterwards
likeafieldmouse:

Emma Bennett (2007-12)
1. First Fever
2. Death & Co.
3. Shadow of Doubt
4. The Endlessness
5. Thief of Time
6. And, Afterwards
likeafieldmouse:

Emma Bennett (2007-12)
1. First Fever
2. Death & Co.
3. Shadow of Doubt
4. The Endlessness
5. Thief of Time
6. And, Afterwards
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likeafieldmouse:

Guest of Nature
likeafieldmouse:

Guest of Nature
likeafieldmouse:

Guest of Nature
likeafieldmouse:

Guest of Nature
likeafieldmouse:

Guest of Nature
likeafieldmouse:

Guest of Nature
likeafieldmouse:

Guest of Nature
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theonlymagicleftisart:

(ShinKwangHo)
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ephemeralol:

Douglas WheelerUntitled1969Acrylic, neon, tubes, and wood91.34 x 91.34 inches 232 x 232 cm
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Joby Luckett
‘Charles & Thalia (pulling hair)’, 2011
oil on canvas
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imnotagraphicdesigner:

spread from Organic by Kapitza
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"The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper."
W.B. Yeats (via every-day-is-a-cupcake)
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likeafieldmouse:

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere (2008-12)
“Every life is in search of a narrative… For the storytelling impulse is, and always has been, a desire for a certain ‘unity of life’. In our own postmodern era of fragmentation and fracture…narrative provides us with one of our most viable forms of identity - individual and communal’” - Richard Kearney
“Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere is about the village (the here) and elsewhere (the there) and how stories link people across continents, cultures and even time-periods. 
Rasdjarmrearnsook brought some visitors from elsewhere to her village in northern Thailand. The visitors came in the form of unfamiliar paintings and they told stories from long ago and far away: of dances in Parisian cafés, nude picnics and haymaking. These paintings by Renoir, Manet, and Van Gogh prompted the villagers to share their own stories.”
likeafieldmouse:

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere (2008-12)
“Every life is in search of a narrative… For the storytelling impulse is, and always has been, a desire for a certain ‘unity of life’. In our own postmodern era of fragmentation and fracture…narrative provides us with one of our most viable forms of identity - individual and communal’” - Richard Kearney
“Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere is about the village (the here) and elsewhere (the there) and how stories link people across continents, cultures and even time-periods. 
Rasdjarmrearnsook brought some visitors from elsewhere to her village in northern Thailand. The visitors came in the form of unfamiliar paintings and they told stories from long ago and far away: of dances in Parisian cafés, nude picnics and haymaking. These paintings by Renoir, Manet, and Van Gogh prompted the villagers to share their own stories.”
likeafieldmouse:

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere (2008-12)
“Every life is in search of a narrative… For the storytelling impulse is, and always has been, a desire for a certain ‘unity of life’. In our own postmodern era of fragmentation and fracture…narrative provides us with one of our most viable forms of identity - individual and communal’” - Richard Kearney
“Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere is about the village (the here) and elsewhere (the there) and how stories link people across continents, cultures and even time-periods. 
Rasdjarmrearnsook brought some visitors from elsewhere to her village in northern Thailand. The visitors came in the form of unfamiliar paintings and they told stories from long ago and far away: of dances in Parisian cafés, nude picnics and haymaking. These paintings by Renoir, Manet, and Van Gogh prompted the villagers to share their own stories.”
likeafieldmouse:

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere (2008-12)
“Every life is in search of a narrative… For the storytelling impulse is, and always has been, a desire for a certain ‘unity of life’. In our own postmodern era of fragmentation and fracture…narrative provides us with one of our most viable forms of identity - individual and communal’” - Richard Kearney
“Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere is about the village (the here) and elsewhere (the there) and how stories link people across continents, cultures and even time-periods. 
Rasdjarmrearnsook brought some visitors from elsewhere to her village in northern Thailand. The visitors came in the form of unfamiliar paintings and they told stories from long ago and far away: of dances in Parisian cafés, nude picnics and haymaking. These paintings by Renoir, Manet, and Van Gogh prompted the villagers to share their own stories.”
likeafieldmouse:

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere (2008-12)
“Every life is in search of a narrative… For the storytelling impulse is, and always has been, a desire for a certain ‘unity of life’. In our own postmodern era of fragmentation and fracture…narrative provides us with one of our most viable forms of identity - individual and communal’” - Richard Kearney
“Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere is about the village (the here) and elsewhere (the there) and how stories link people across continents, cultures and even time-periods. 
Rasdjarmrearnsook brought some visitors from elsewhere to her village in northern Thailand. The visitors came in the form of unfamiliar paintings and they told stories from long ago and far away: of dances in Parisian cafés, nude picnics and haymaking. These paintings by Renoir, Manet, and Van Gogh prompted the villagers to share their own stories.”
likeafieldmouse:

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere (2008-12)
“Every life is in search of a narrative… For the storytelling impulse is, and always has been, a desire for a certain ‘unity of life’. In our own postmodern era of fragmentation and fracture…narrative provides us with one of our most viable forms of identity - individual and communal’” - Richard Kearney
“Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere is about the village (the here) and elsewhere (the there) and how stories link people across continents, cultures and even time-periods. 
Rasdjarmrearnsook brought some visitors from elsewhere to her village in northern Thailand. The visitors came in the form of unfamiliar paintings and they told stories from long ago and far away: of dances in Parisian cafés, nude picnics and haymaking. These paintings by Renoir, Manet, and Van Gogh prompted the villagers to share their own stories.”
likeafieldmouse:

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere (2008-12)
“Every life is in search of a narrative… For the storytelling impulse is, and always has been, a desire for a certain ‘unity of life’. In our own postmodern era of fragmentation and fracture…narrative provides us with one of our most viable forms of identity - individual and communal’” - Richard Kearney
“Two Planets/Village and Elsewhere is about the village (the here) and elsewhere (the there) and how stories link people across continents, cultures and even time-periods. 
Rasdjarmrearnsook brought some visitors from elsewhere to her village in northern Thailand. The visitors came in the form of unfamiliar paintings and they told stories from long ago and far away: of dances in Parisian cafés, nude picnics and haymaking. These paintings by Renoir, Manet, and Van Gogh prompted the villagers to share their own stories.”
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disminucion:

(by Kilian Schönberger)
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Uta Barth - In Passing (1995-7)

Uta Barth - In Passing (1995-7)

Uta Barth - In Passing (1995-7)
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visualgraphic:

Mouth Series by Paolo Ceric
visualgraphic:

Mouth Series by Paolo Ceric
visualgraphic:

Mouth Series by Paolo Ceric
visualgraphic:

Mouth Series by Paolo Ceric
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"Do not let making a living prevent you from making a life."
John R. Wooden (via wildernessbound)
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ryandonato:

Ernesto Artillos