20 / Graphic Designer / ASPIRING Traveler / Animal lover

i enjoy art, design, literature, romance, and flowy dresses.


Alicia Eggert & Mike Fleming - Eternity (2010)

"Consisting of 30 electric clocks rear-mounted to a large sheet of white acrylic.

During the installation, the hour and minute hands of the clocks are aligned to spell the word ‘eternity’, and the clocks are plugged into a series of power strips on the floor.

The hands begin to move as soon as the switch on the last power strip is flipped, and the word almost immediately becomes a jumble of moving black lines. 

‘Eternity’ does not reappear until the hour hands return to their original positions twelve hours later, and even then, it lasts a mere split second.” 

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― Bright Star (2009)Fanny: Is this Love? I shall never tease about it again. So sore I believe one could die of it.


― Bright Star (2009)
Fanny: Is this Love? I shall never tease about it again. So sore I believe one could die of it.


Ralph Lauren always takes us on a journey, be it the rolling green estate of an English manor, the perfectly fitted and delicately embellished world of Jay Gatsby or lost on the shining streets of Paris at night. This season we find ourselves embarking on the greatest journey of all- Safari.

With a slight military embellishment and topped off with colorful crystals that take my mind deep into wilds of India, Ralph Lauren takes on trekking in the chicest way possible. The closing dress to the show gave me goosebumps and a rush of a thousands visions of photographic moments: running through the tall grass on a vast savannah, riding on the back of an elephant enveloped in clouds of red dust or climbing on to a prop plane under a setting sun in the most ‘Out of Africa‘ romantic way possible…

“All I was afraid of is saying goodbye.”

—Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie (via britt-vogel)

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