alesthetique:

I was traveling in search for people who have decided to escape from social life and lived all alone in the wild nature, far away from any villages, towns or other people. The major part of my trips were done in Russia.

      I grew up in the heart of the big city, but I’ve always been drawn to wildlife - for me it’s a place where I can hide and feel the real me, my true self, out of social context.

      I am concerned about the issue of internal freedom in the modern society: how feasible it is, when you’re surrounded by a social framework all the time? School, work, family - once in this cycle, you are a prisoner of your own position, and have to do what you’re supposed to. You should be pragmatic and strong, or become an outcast or a lunatic. How to remain yourself in the midst of this?

Escape - Danila Tkachenko

(Source: darksilenceinsuburbia)

(Source: g0iii)

free-parking:

Bruno Munari, from Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture, 1958 (via)

free-parking:

Bruno Munari, from Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture, 1958 (via)

alesthetique:

Kelli Pennington

alesthetique:

Kelli Pennington

(Source: untrustyou)

magictransistor:

Edvard Munch. Woodcuts. Woman’s Head Against the Shore, Melancholy II, Evening Melancholy II, Woman on the Shore II, Encounter in Space, Woman on the Shore I, Two Human Beings The Lonely Ones, Manbathing, The Girls on the Bridge, Towards the Forest II (top to bottom). 1890s-1920.

(via free-parking)

Paris, 1945

Paris, 1945

nyctaeus:

Petter Berg

nyctaeus:

Petter Berg

(via hannasnead)

(Source: simplethingsberlin)

(Source: g0iii)

(Source: saraandreasson, via hannasnead)

lehroi:

Untitled, 2008.David Drennon

lehroi:

Untitled, 2008.
David Drennon

(via hannasnead)

(via hannasnead)