Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” in one painting
Basic bitch art appreciation 101 right here.
『Ernest in Love』
TOYOHARA Kunichika, “Brand New Hairstyles Worn: Onoe Kikugorō and Nakamura Shikan with Wigs for Various Roles,” ōban ukiyo-e woodblock print, 1882.
I am in love with these wig playsets. The Waseda collection is pretty amazing.
Anonymous said: I had to go up to campus early today and then when I was walking in some dude came up to me and asked me about good thrift stores in the area. Then, a few minutes later, I saw a guy riding a unicycle to class. This day is going to be wack as fuck.
You got off on the wrong foot for sure.
I am 100% sure this dude is attending the University of Oregon.
I just bought a math and pencil set for two girls, but some don’t have anything yet. If you have extra cash please try to help.
Isn’t desire always the same, whether the object is present or absent? Isn’t the object always absent?– Roland Barthes (via idontwritehaikus)