zolotoivek:

The poets Spiridon Drozhzhin and Rainer Maria Rilke, 1899-1900.

zolotoivek:

The poets Spiridon Drozhzhin and Rainer Maria Rilke, 1899-1900.

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@14 hours ago with 137 notes
radicalarchive:

'Literature on the American Working Class', Radical America / Bay Area Radical Education Project, United States, [1970].

radicalarchive:

'Literature on the American Working Class', Radical America / Bay Area Radical Education Project, United States, [1970].

@4 days ago with 14 notes

1109-83:

The Openings Press, initiated by Dom Sylvester Houedard and John Furnival in 1964, and based out of Gloucestershire, was a very small press dedicated to publishing concrete poetry. As well as self-published projects, the Press also published the work of Ian Hamilton Finlay, Tom Phillips, bpNichol, Stephen Hoare, Julien Blaine, Eugen Gomringer and several others.

The above prospectus provides a statement of intent:

"We aim to produce a series that is a complete integration of graphics and texts, ie. not an illustrated poem or a captioned drawing."

(text & images via artists’ books & multiples)

@2 weeks ago with 3 notes
nevver:

“The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it.” 
—  Flannery O’Connor (above, with self-portrait)

nevver:

“The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it.”
Flannery O’Connor (above, with self-portrait)

@3 weeks ago with 1738 notes

tenebrum:

☠☥Tu Tenebrarum☥☠

Thomas Ingoldsby ‘The Witches Frolic’ (with illustrations by Ernest M. Jessop) ‘The Ingoldsby Legends’ where written by the Clergyman Thomas Barham (1788-1845) under the pseudonym ‘Thomas Ingoldsby’, and originally published piecemeal in Bentleys Miscellany before being collected in book form in the early 1840s.

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@3 weeks ago with 1781 notes
chagalov:

René Char au Busclats, 1986 -by Serge Assier

Les mots qui vont surgir savent de nous des choses que nous ignorons d’eux.— René Char, in Chants de la Balandrane

photo from Serge Assier - Official Website

chagalov:

René Char au Busclats, 1986 -by Serge Assier

Les mots qui vont surgir savent de nous des choses que nous ignorons d’eux.
— René Char, in Chants de la Balandrane

photo from Serge Assier - Official Website

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@2 days ago with 25 notes
dig-image:

Hans Gedda
Tomas Tranströmer
2006
Nationalmuseum, Swedish National Portrait Gallery
Erik Cornelius/Nationalmuseum
© Hans Gedda

dig-image:

Hans Gedda
Tomas Tranströmer
2006
Nationalmuseum, Swedish National Portrait Gallery
Erik Cornelius/Nationalmuseum
© Hans Gedda

@4 days ago with 5 notes

lustik:

Book Design | Zobeide by Italo Calvino - Samira Rahimi.

Lustik: twitter | pinterest | etsy

@3 weeks ago with 321 notes
kvetchlandia:

Henri cartier-Bresson     Playwright harold Pinter     1971

"The speech we hear is an indication of that which we don’t hear. It is a necessary avoidance, a violent, sly, and anguished or mocking smoke screen which keeps the other in its true place. When true silence falls we are left with echo but are nearer nakedness. One way of looking at speech is to say that it is a constant stratagem to cover nakedness." Harold Pinter, "Writing for the Theatre" 1962

kvetchlandia:

Henri cartier-Bresson     Playwright harold Pinter     1971

"The speech we hear is an indication of that which we don’t hear. It is a necessary avoidance, a violent, sly, and anguished or mocking smoke screen which keeps the other in its true place. When true silence falls we are left with echo but are nearer nakedness. One way of looking at speech is to say that it is a constant stratagem to cover nakedness." Harold Pinter, "Writing for the Theatre" 1962

@3 weeks ago with 10 notes
notpulpcovers:

Psycho II

notpulpcovers:

Psycho II

@3 weeks ago with 35 notes