Hetkiä Kalliossa: PK Keränen
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lostsplendor:

Paris Youth Culture: France, 1950s by Paul Almasy (via Retronaut)


partybarackisinthehousetonight:

give a man a guitar and he’ll play for a day, teach a man guitar and today is gonna be the day that they’re gonna throw it back to you










dabhabit:

When I was in the hospital
I was roomed with a schizophrenic
And she was the most gentle person I have ever met
There was a boy with a long deep slit across his neck
Who told very funny jokes
A girl who never spoke a word
Would draw the most beautiful pictures
The boy who shook with anxiety
Could hold the most intelligent conversations
Even the girl who screamed in her sleep and picked at her skin
Had a heart the size of the ocean
We are not who you think we are



rambleready:

endilletante:

Pentti Sammallahti was born in 1950 in Helsinki, Finland.  He began photographing at 11 and by 1971 began to exhibit extensively in Finland and throughout the world. Sammallahti has travelled widely as a photographer, from his native Scandinavia, across the Soviet Republics through Siberia, to Japan, India, Nepal, Morocco, Turkey, across Europe and Great Britain, and even to South Africa.
As a master craftsman, he meticulously tones his prints, which in turn helps to produce the images and display the brief moments in time.   As a passionate seeker of the perfect mechanical printing method, his own innovative printing techniques and reintroduction of the portfolio form have re-awakened broader interest in published photographic art.  Influenced by the idea of ‘artist books’ – individual works in which the artist is responsible for the whole: photography, the making of prints, layout, design and typography, reproduction and often the actual printing process either with the offset or the gravure method. From Nailya Alexander Gallery.

little Finnish boys with kittens

mpdrolet:

Jan Pypers

deadgirls:

Paranoid - vintage blog♡

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