Bookshelf Therapy

Egon Schiele: Portrait of the Painter Anton Peschka, 1909
Jul 30

Egon Schiele: Portrait of the Painter Anton Peschka, 1909

(Source: akaixab)

Jul 29

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days

by Rebecca Mock 

(Source: jedavu, via queerstickyfingers)

"Sin Título," 1969, by Mark Rothko
Jul 28

"Sin Título," 1969, by Mark Rothko

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Jul 27

(Source: miss-loretta-designs, via bookpatrol)

humansofnewyork:
"Even if we work hard to be a teacher, or a lawyer, or a doctor, we are seen first as outsiders."
Jul 26

humansofnewyork:

"Even if we work hard to be a teacher, or a lawyer, or a doctor, we are seen first as outsiders."

Jul 25

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Edward Gorey
Jul 24

Edward Gorey

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Birdbooks / Pajarolibros (ilustración de Adolfo Serra)
Jul 23

Birdbooks / Pajarolibros (ilustración de Adolfo Serra)

(via bibliolectors)

Book/Shop
Jul 22

Book/Shop

(Source: chocolateandbooks)

Jul 21

Exploring the Art at Gamcheon Culture Village (감천문화마을)

For more photos and videos of the village’s art, explore the 감천문화마을 (Gamcheon Culture Village) location page.

Gamcheon Culture Village (감천문화마을) in South Korea is a small village filled with art and history. Located on a mountainside in southern Busan, locals often compare the village’s view of dense buildings to Greece’s Santorini, Peru’s Machu Picchu and even Lego blocks for its shape and colorfulness. Inside the village, narrow alleys spread throughout the city like a maze where people are likely to run into multi-colored buildings, quirky art installations and stylish galleries.

The village, also called Taegukdo Village, was founded in 1918 when thousands of people, many of them followers of the Taegukdo religion, fled to the war-free area of Busan. As a village settled by war refugees, it existed as one of the poorest areas in the region until very recently. In 2009, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism launched a project to preserve the village, turning it into the artistic community it is today. Now, the picturesque scenery the village provides is known to be a great place for photos, and many locals and visitors alike come to document and share the art found all over the city.

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