jewfro:

CitizenSilo (new single off of their upcoming tour only 7”)

Have no friends. Everyone’s always busy conveniently. Guess it won’t be so bad leaving the county now.

thorki:

acexlove:

one of the greatest pixar moments; a family thats ok with you coming 2nd 

they were hiding their identities as superheros not making a statement

(Source: attackoncat, via ijustdontfeellikeagrownupyet)

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sadfriends:

Constant Headache | Joyce Manor

And then you finally found me, pretending to sleep.
You said such nice things about me, I felt guilty and cheap.

(via ijustdontfeellikeagrownupyet)

wont-take-no-more:

Daylight - In On It

I haven’t been eating much this week, eatings for the strong sleeps for the weak. Falling in the same routine I see, I’ll be in on it.

(via ijustdontfeellikeagrownupyet)

artofthedarkages:

shatteryourleaves:

artofthedarkages:

“Dido and Aeneas in the Cave in the Roman Vergil”
A framed illumination on folio 180v of a Latin manuscript containing the works of Vergil depicting Aeneas and Dido ambiguously consummating their marriage in a cave while their escorts shield themselves from the rain.
Ink and tempera on vellum.
Made in the 5th century in Italy. Currently held at the Vatican Library.

One of 3 surviving illuminated manuscripts from the Western Roman Empire.

…There are a bit more illuminated manuscripts from the Western Roman Empire—like the Chronography of 354, various papyrus fragments from Egypt, and the Quedlinburg Itala—but it’s one of only three surviving illuminated Homeric epics (along with the Vatican Vergil and the Ambrosian Iliad) from Late Antiquity.

artofthedarkages:

shatteryourleaves:

artofthedarkages:

Dido and Aeneas in the Cave in the Roman Vergil

A framed illumination on folio 180v of a Latin manuscript containing the works of Vergil depicting Aeneas and Dido ambiguously consummating their marriage in a cave while their escorts shield themselves from the rain.

Ink and tempera on vellum.

Made in the 5th century in Italy. Currently held at the Vatican Library.

One of 3 surviving illuminated manuscripts from the Western Roman Empire.

…There are a bit more illuminated manuscripts from the Western Roman Empire—like the Chronography of 354, various papyrus fragments from Egypt, and the Quedlinburg Itala—but it’s one of only three surviving illuminated Homeric epics (along with the Vatican Vergil and the Ambrosian Iliad) from Late Antiquity.

(via medieval)

nihtegale:

A basilisk and two victims of its murderous gaze, c.1200-1225

nihtegale:

A basilisk and two victims of its murderous gaze, c.1200-1225

(Source: bl.uk, via medieval)

erikkwakkel:

Medieval rockstar

The last page of a medieval book is usually a protective flyleaf, which is positioned between the actual text and the bookbinding. It was usually left blank and it therefore often filled up with pen trials, notes, doodles, or drawings. This addition I encountered today and it is not what you’d expect: a full-on drawing of a maiden playing the lute, which she holds just like a guitar. A peaceful smile shines on her face. I love this rockstar lady, so unexpectedly positioned at the end of the book, trying to catch the reader’s attention as he is closing it.

Pic: London, British Library, Sloane MS 554 (more here).

(via medieval)

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skin-father:

I cut my hair on Tuesday, I thought it would help you stay away. From the New York subway, world unraveling.

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