Persephone’s Choice by ARTifact

"But use the hum
of your wound
and flamepit out everything

right to the edge
of that thing you should know."

Anne Carson, from “First Chaldaic Oracle” in Men in the Off Hours

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Emmeline Pankhurst
Born 15 July 1858, Moss Side, Greater Manchester, UK.
Archive photos (from top): Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested, 1914. Suffragette demonstration, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1910s. Portrait of Emmeline Pankhurst. Emmeline Pankhurst and fellow women’s suffrage campaigners under arrest, 1910.
Photo-mosaic Women Like You by artist Charlotte Newson: the first contemporary artwork to celebrate Pankhurst and her legacy, created from 10,000 photographs of inspirational women submitted by people from around the world. [x]
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Born 15 July 1858, Moss Side, Greater Manchester, UK.
Archive photos (from top): Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested, 1914. Suffragette demonstration, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1910s. Portrait of Emmeline Pankhurst. Emmeline Pankhurst and fellow women’s suffrage campaigners under arrest, 1910.
Photo-mosaic Women Like You by artist Charlotte Newson: the first contemporary artwork to celebrate Pankhurst and her legacy, created from 10,000 photographs of inspirational women submitted by people from around the world. [x]
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Emmeline Pankhurst

Born 15 July 1858, Moss Side, Greater Manchester, UK.

Archive photos (from top): Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested, 1914. Suffragette demonstration, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1910s. Portrait of Emmeline Pankhurst. Emmeline Pankhurst and fellow women’s suffrage campaigners under arrest, 1910.

Photo-mosaic Women Like You by artist Charlotte Newson: the first contemporary artwork to celebrate Pankhurst and her legacy, created from 10,000 photographs of inspirational women submitted by people from around the world. [x]

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Espresso in Florence

Espresso in Florence

"Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people."

Carl Jung

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Charlie Haden & Chet Baker - Silence

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The art of Sleepy

Sleepy is a Japanese illustrator with a style heavily influenced by European folk art aesthetics, especially the northern regions. Characterised by a lack of sunlight in the winter seasons, this seasonal influence was typically carried over to childrens books via it’s emphasis on soft, desaturated colours and stories based on natural folklore. Mixed with a pseudo-anime style, Sleepy’s work is appealing to look at, executed in a watercolour style that really makes these pieces seem like they’re taken straight out of the pages of a fairy tale.

"Old gods lean in close."

Mary O’Donnell, from Fairy Rath

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Album Art
Nujabes - After Hanabi (listen to my beat)

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Omar Khayyam
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Omar Khayyam

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Whenever someone tells me he dreamed, I wonder if he realises that he has never done anything but dream.

- Fernando Pessoa June 13, 1888 – November 30, 1935

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