i want to be an art major and live in a white apartment
vertigokiss:

slackerlackermotivation:

needs to be put up in every school 

moreover, it’s not my problem if they don’t. i’m not here to be eye candy. i’m allowed to wear shorts, i’m allowed to show skin, i’m allowed to have stretch marks and scars and blemishes and moles.
that’s really when everyone’s offended, you know. when you show off your less-than-perfect legs and break the illusion that all women should look good.

vertigokiss:

slackerlackermotivation:

needs to be put up in every school 

moreover, it’s not my problem if they don’t. i’m not here to be eye candy. i’m allowed to wear shorts, i’m allowed to show skin, i’m allowed to have stretch marks and scars and blemishes and moles.

that’s really when everyone’s offended, you know. when you show off your less-than-perfect legs and break the illusion that all women should look good.

posthawk:

Hotel Chevalier (2007)

daldandala:

Gustav Klimt - Danae

daldandala:

Gustav Klimt - Danae

Portraits of women by Gustav Klimt after 1900 almost resemble mosaics. The term AESTHETIC DECORATION is used mostly to describe this. It’s use means that there is no reference to the sitter’s location, family, interests, etc, as mainly their hands, face and decolletage are the only things peeking out of the geometrical patterns that surround them.

It is possible to read the portraits as the sitters being marooned from the world and many scholars have noted that the overt use of aesthetic decoration symbolizes the isolation felt by Klimt, and how he had withdrawn into himself and his art shortly after he renounced the University of Vienna commission in 1904. 


Goldfish, 1901-1902  (detail) // Gustav Klimit

Goldfish, 1901-1902  (detail) // Gustav Klimit

Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.
— Sigmund Freud (via blazeberg)