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Bench & Compass

Bench & Compass

Jebiga | Design & Lifestyle

Jebiga | Design & Lifestyle

drawing exercises

drawing exercises

Joseph Willis                                                       …

Joseph Willis …

Border (road to Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Kiev - Ukraine)

Border (road to Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Kiev - Ukraine)

Sexy is a suggestion of possibility, an image that beckons you forward with the urge to discover more.

Sexy is a suggestion of possibility, an image that beckons you forward with the urge to discover more.

Nick and Rosina (rlnv), Sequence, 2011. Learn Fine Art Photography - https://www.udemy.com/fine-art-photography/?couponCode=Pinterest10

Nick and Rosina (rlnv), Sequence, 2011. Learn Fine Art Photography - https://www.udemy.com/fine-art-photography/?couponCode=Pinterest10

{Jack} I take a deep breath, the uncertainty of Eleanor's reaction to my return tearing me apart from the inside out. I slowly open the front door, it's 8:30, after the kids' bedtime. Two months. Two whole months. And now I'm finally seeing her again. "E-Ellie?" I call raspily.

{Jack} I take a deep breath, the uncertainty of Eleanor's reaction to my return tearing me apart from the inside out. I slowly open the front door, it's 8:30, after the kids' bedtime. Two months. Two whole months. And now I'm finally seeing her again. "E-Ellie?" I call raspily.

Pattern, light, perspective.

Pattern, light, perspective.

“He is capable of turning everything into anything―snow into skin, skin into blossoms, blossoms into sugar, sugar into powder, and powder back into little drifts of snow―for all that matters to him, apparently, is to make things into what they are not, which is doubtless proof that he cannot stand being anywhere for long, wherever he happens to be.” ― Robert Musil, The Man Without Qualities // A white way by Makoto Saito

“He is capable of turning everything into anything―snow into skin, skin into blossoms, blossoms into sugar, sugar into powder, and powder back into little drifts of snow―for all that matters to him, apparently, is to make things into what they are not, which is doubtless proof that he cannot stand being anywhere for long, wherever he happens to be.” ― Robert Musil, The Man Without Qualities // A white way by Makoto Saito