July262014

dropitlikefscottt:

MY HOME LIBRARY:

1st shelf: Classical literature, poetry, and a book about literature
2nd shelf: Anthologies/collections and drama (Hansberry—Shakespeare)
3rd shelf: Drama (Shakespeare—Williams), journals/letters/essays, and classics [non-classical—1910s-ish] (Alcott—Cervantes)
4th shelf: Classics (Chopin—Gaskell)
5th shelf: Classics (Hardy—Twain)
6th shelf: Classics (Verne—Zola) and modern classics [1910s-ish—1970-ish] (Achebe—Hemingway)
7th shelf: Modern classics (Holtby—Parker)
8th shelf: Modern classics (Plath—Yates) and fiction [1970-ish—present] (Albom—Atwood)
9th shelf: Fiction (Atwood—García Márquez)
10th shelf: Fiction (George—Ruiz Zafón)
11th shelf: Fiction (Sanderson—Walker) and YA (Anderson—Clare)
12th shelf: YA (Clarke—Kessler)
13th shelf: YA (Lee—Zusak) and children’s (Silverstein [Poetry]—Burnett)
14th shelf: Children’s (Carroll—Montgomery)
15th shelf: Children’s (Nesbit—Dahl [Autobiography]) and nonfiction (306 S [oops, wrong spot: culture and institutions], mixed up 100 A—321 M [various philosophy, psychology, religion, political states, and whatnot], 305.42 W [Social groups: women], and 500 B [natural sciences and mathematics])
16th shelf: Nonfiction (B G646 [actually an autobiography but I count it as science], 780 W [music], 800 F [rhetoric], 917.404 B [North America: travel], 973 [general US history], B Crosby—B Worth [biographies/memoirs], reference [English dictionary—English-Latin dictionary], Doctor Who visual dictionary, and diplomas and things)
17th shelf: Some of my DVDs (those that are book adaptations, about authors, or just literary in nature), manga/graphic novels (the turn-down one is Fullmetal Alchemist, vol. 1), and a glimpse of where I keep some of my CDs

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healingsoul:

pixie-grotto:

My grandpa gave me a beautiful opal ring similiar to this one which was my grandmas

Holy shit I need this

(Source: furything, via this--too--shall--pass)

July232014
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Spring break forever, bitches.
(click for actual size)

(Source: spikejonzer, via spikejonzer)

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xan-dur:

davidesky2:

from Skullis.

These are amazing. I want them.

(via mentalalchemy)

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(Source: schickjessica, via philknowsbest)

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wetheurban:

SHATTERED GLASS SCULPTURES BY DANIEL ARSHAM

So good. Inspired by the glass shards found in his home after hurricane Andrew hit Miami in 1992, New York-based artist Daniel Arsham has created a series of sculptures made entirely from shattered glass.

The artist says of the work: “After witnessing first hand the dramatic and destructive force of nature, I was inspired to transform the devastating energy I observed in the storm and reform it to a new and imaginative purpose.” Some of the pieces are now able to be seen at Pippy Gouldsworth Gallery in London until the 17th of November, 2012.

(via workman)

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