Letting the ink dry by bebobee 

I love writing letters long hand. My hand is still cramping from writing this letter in one sitting but I don’t mind at all. Letter writing is definitely not dead or dying to me. I love the idea that there will only ever be one original copy for every page of a handwritten letter- you are either the creator of something entirely original and no one else (not even you!) will be able to recreate it exactly ever again, or you are the owner of the only copy of something in the world. That’s kind of awesome. 

anonymous asked:

Could you please recommend some blogs?

I’m feeling particularly amicable today, so I most surely can: if you like good stuff and a lovely boy, if you like good words, if you like pretty nudes and aren’t ashamed of itif you like wonderful writing, if you like more wonderful writingif you like good stuff in general, more of the goods, if you like pretty vintage things, if you like rad art and a dude with an even radder moustache, if you like art (shameless self promotion idec), pretty things

There you go. That should last you for a while haha



Egon Leo Adolf Ludwig Schiele
* 12. Juni 1890 in Tulln an der Donau, Niederösterreich;
† 31. Oktober 1918 in Wien; war ein österreichischer Maler des Expressionismus.

Neben Gustav Klimt und Oskar Kokoschka zählt er zu den bedeutendsten bildenden Künstlern der Wiener Moderne.

10 books that have stayed with you 。◕‿◕。

Joyce!~~~ ^^ Really curious to see what you’d include on your list: List ten books that have stayed with you. Don’t take more than a few minutes; don’t think too hard. They don’t have to be great works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag ten friends so they can do the same.

Tagged by doux-amer ◕‿◕✿ 

Even though I’ve only tagged a handful of people please all do this so then I can suss you out through your books? >^..^<

  1. To Kill A Mocking Bird, Harper Lee
  2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J.K. Rowling
  3. Pale Fire, Vladimir Nabokov
  4. Atonement, Ian McEwan
  5. Notes from Underground, Fyodor Dostoevsky
  6. Kafka on the Shore, Haruki Murakami
  7. The Cinnamon Peeler: Selected Poems, Michael Ondaatje 
  8. The Waves, Virginia Woolf
  9. Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë 
  10. A Single Man, Christopher Isherwood

…And now onto “children’s”/picture books! (I know I’m cheating but bite me see if I care!!)

  1. The Magic Faraway Tree, Enid Blyton
  2. The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  3. The Happy Prince, Oscar Wilde
  4. The Hungry Caterpillar, Eric Carle (and Strega Nona by him too!) 
  5. Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak
  6. The Arrival, Shaun Tan
  7. Can’t You Sleep, Little Bear?, Martin Waddell 
  8. The Velveteen Rabbit, Margery Williams
  9. Bread and Jam for Frances, Russell Hoban
  10. Elmer (the patchwork elephant), David McKee