Invierno

))> α|Л|γ|Π| <(( [τ|§|Δ] β
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
Dec
4th
Wed

literaryjukebox:

Individuality … consists not in an attempt to be different from other people at the cost of comfort, but in the desire to be comfortable in one’s own way, even though it be the way of a monotonously large majority.

Edith Wharton in her first book, The Decoration of Houses, published on December 3, 1897.

Song: “Persona” by Superhumanoids

iTunes :: Amazon :: Back to Brain Pickings

Aug
5th
Mon

teaser corto “Miguel”

Jul
12th
Fri

La lucha con Dios contra el Mal por Teilhard de Chardin

Jul
8th
Mon

Song to the siren [John Frusciante]

Jun
18th
Tue
Essential guide to living Lovecraft: The real world locations behind the horror. via Atlas Obscura

Essential guide to living Lovecraft: The real world locations behind the horror. via Atlas Obscura

Jun
9th
Sun
showstudio:

Yohji Yamamoto

showstudio:

Yohji Yamamoto

(via eirdarlaus)

Jun
8th
Sat

On the road [ Jack Kerouac. 1957 ]

Jun
7th
Fri

On the road [Jack Kerouac. 1957]

Jack London claimed to write twenty hours a day. Before he undertook to write, he obtained the University of California course list and all the syllabi; he spent a year reading the textbooks in philosophy and literature. In subsequent years, once he had a book of his own under way, he set his alarm to wake him after four hours’ sleep. Often he slept through the alarm, so, by his own account, he rigged it to drop a weight on his head. I cannot say I believe this, though a novel like The Sea-Wolf is strong evidence that some sort of weight fell on his head with some sort of frequency — but you wouldn’t think a man would claim credit for it. London maintained that every writer needed a technique, experience, and a philosophical position.
The dark side of productivity. Pair with the daily routines and daily rituals of famous writers. (via explore-blog)

(Source: , via explore-blog)

Jun
6th
Thu
explore-blog:

Laura Jacobson’s gorgeous art inspired by MRIs, a fine addition to this selection of biology-inspired art.
Also see this beautiful and chilling painting of cancer cells inspired by Carl Sagan.

explore-blog:

Laura Jacobson’s gorgeous art inspired by MRIs, a fine addition to this selection of biology-inspired art.

Also see this beautiful and chilling painting of cancer cells inspired by Carl Sagan.

(Source: , via explore-blog)

))->
Creative Commons License
NoosferaMedia by Juan Antonio García is licensed under a Creative Commons Reconocimiento-No comercial-Compartir bajo la misma licencia 3.0 España License.