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ocelott:

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Posted by Starlights husband
"Our passions are so surely governed by injustice and self-interest that they are dangerous guides; particularly suspect them when they appear most logical."

— La Rochefoucauld, Maxims, 1961 (via ubuntuliberation)

erikkwakkel:

Medieval cartoon
Fun on a page, that’s what this illustration is. It shows a city under attack. Two soldiers are prying open the gate with hooks and ropes. Two of their mates decided to try their luck with a more stealthy approach. They cloaked themselves in bushes and are slowly approaching the city walls. In spite of their magic trick they are spotted: the soldier on the wall is waiting for them with a big rock in his hand. A full story captured in a single image, like a modern cartoon: a job well done by this medieval illustrator.
Pic: Göttingen, Staatsbibliothek, Cod. Ms. philos. 63 (15th century).
starrysleeper:

high-blogging:


while my prof was setting up for his lecture… 

gold

excuse me while I reblog this for the 36th time

Peter O’Toole with Katharine Hepburn, 1967.
in-the-horniman:

Are you making one of these as part of your New Year’s celebrations? This is a ritual bread called ‘Nowe Latko’ (‘New Summer’). They are made around New Year. It represents a male figure with eight roosters or geese, which is a symbol of abundance. It is from Kurpie, Poland.
infoaesthetic:

Pablo Picasso, Les femmes d’Alger (Women of Algiers), 1955. Oil on canvas, 18 1/8 in. x 21 5/8 in. (46.04 cm x 54.93 cm). Collection SFMOMA, Gift of Wilbur D. May. © Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.