Turkish artist, Ismail AcarPomegranatesMixed media on canvas80 x 80 cmCourtesy Artnet Galleries


Turkish artist, Ismail Acar
Mixed media on canvas
80 x 80 cm
Courtesy Artnet Galleries


 Black Swan (2010) - Directed by Darren Aronofsky


Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Surrounded Islands


Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Surrounded Islands



  • teenagers are extremely self centered, including myself. this translates to the fact that i probably think that people think about me more than they actually do. i should be able to do whatever i want and i shouldn’t care of how people will perceive me because they probably don’t care (this is huge for me because i’ve made myself extremely isolated and sheltered because i am extremely terrified of judgement and rejection)
  • there is more to life outside of Los Angeles. The world is so big and full of curiosity and wonder! I’m trying to accept the fact that I’m developing into an adult but I must must must keep a child-like sense of wonder and curiosity when it comes to what the world has to offer me
  • i’m reading again!!! two books in a week!!! bless!!!
  • i used to hate my body due to teenage angst and self hatred but now i’m realizing that it is what carries my being and my thoughts and feelings, what makes me human, and i should be able to take care of it. this is probably the most major life change i want to make considering the fact that i have tried to hurt and destroy this body so much in the past but now i’m realizing it’s time to accept it and appreciate all it does for me. hands, do you know how much they do for you on a daily basis? feet, they walk so much and take me so many places. i’m going to take care of myself!! we all should. and take care of each other. (i think this life change is also an excuse to splurge on body and bath products that smell really good)
  • i’m writing again and it feels so incredibly nice to document your feelings, thoughts, and experiences. somehow makes the path to problem solving a lot more obvious and centered once it’s all on paper

"Don’t flirt with her"
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) dir. Wes Anderson


"Don’t flirt with her"

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) dir. Wes Anderson

(Source: nevebianca)

(Source: solarsisterss)

On the southwest side of Capri
we found a little unknown grotto
where no people were and we
entered it completely
and let our bodies lose all
their loneliness.

All the fish in us
had escaped for a minute.
The real fish did not mind.
We did not disturb their personal life.
We calmly trailed over them
and under them, shedding
air bubbles, little white
balloons that drifted up
into the sun by the boat
where the Italian boatman slept
with his hat over his face.

Water so clear you could
read a book through it.
Water so buoyant you could
float on your elbow.
I lay on it as on a divan.
I lay on it just like
Matisse’s Red Odalisque.
Water was my strange flower,
one must picture a woman
without a toga or a scarf
on a couch as deep as a tomb.

The walls of that grotto
were everycolor blue and
you said, ‘Look! Your eyes
are seacolor. Look! Your eyes
are skycolor.’ And my eyes
shut down as if they were
suddenly ashamed.

—"The Nude Swim," Anne Sexton (via commovente)