I’m Anna. I studied Sociology & Anthropology in school. I did a stint in the Peace Corps, and now I spend too much time online. Bienvenidos a mi blog. I post/reblog things I like: graff, street art, architecture, cupcakes, decay, New York City, abandoned buildings, beautiful landscape, cute animals, and even a few quality quotes . I always try to link pictures to their original source, but if I posted a pic that belongs to you, and you don't want it here, please tell me, and I will remove it ASAP. Also, I'm happily married, so creepers, please get off my nutz. :)
lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

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the-streetstyle:

Easy in the east village.via classisinternal

the-streetstyle:

Easy in the east village.
via classisinternal

(Source: ruinedchildhood, via vindr)

It’s a story I’ll tell you one day when I’m drunk.
bornandrei:

Another one from Pharrell’s book shoot. 

bornandrei:

Another one from Pharrell’s book shoot. 

(Source: alexeikai, via man-boss)

focus-damnit:

Pierre Chareau, Bibliothèque, Maison de Verre, 1931. (via flickr)

focus-damnit:

Pierre Chareau, Bibliothèque, Maison de Verre, 1931. (via flickr)

I, too, remember the feeling. You are caught between all that was and all that must be. You feel lost.
Haruki Murakami, Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of The World  (via whyallcaps)

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silly-luv:

♡ find your best posts on my blog ♡

silly-luv:

♡ find your best posts on my blog ♡

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asylum-art:

  ‘pictures of magazine’ 2” By Vik Muniz

vik muniz famous artworks recreated from torn magazines2’ brazilian artist  has extended his repertoire of unusual mediums in his artwork with a series entitled ‘pictures of magazine 2’the project is characterized by famous paintings recreated with outdated magazines that have been torn up and meticulously arranged to mimic the tones and contours of the original pieces.  Artworks are on exhibition at xippas gallery.

  1. After the bath’, after Edgar Degas
  2. The Absinthe Drinker , after Edgar Degas
  3. Starry Night, after Van Gogh
  4. Summer in the City, after Edward Hopp
  5. Siesta, after Pierre Bonnard
  6. Wheat field with cypresses, after Van GoghA
  7. Wanderer Above the Sea of Media, after Caspar David Friedrich
  8. bar at folies bergères,  after Edouard Manet
  9. Floor scrapers,  after Gustave Caillebotte
  10. Le zèbre, after George Stubbs




 


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