1. segmented sleep as a historical norm—-according to ekirch’s argument, typically individuals slept in two distinct phases, bridged by an intervening period of wakefulness of approximately one hour. people also used this time to pray and reflect, and to interpret dreams, which were more vivid at that hour than upon waking in the morning. this was also a favorite time for scholars and poets to write uninterrupted, whereas still others visited neighbors, had sex, or engaged in petty crime.

  2. troyesivan:

    #TRXYE by aaron webber

    (via thevirginscrew)

  4. nui-t:




    (Source: sickpage, via hoemme)

  5. reubenwu:

    The aurora reveals itself over the island of Håja during our final hours in #hammerfest #finnmark

  6. (Source: eyqu, via 1611-96)

  7. (Source: euo, via kolps)

  8. a-state-of-bliss:

    Vogue UK Aug 1991 ‘Molten Metallics’ - Tatjana Patitz by Herb Ritts

    (via lulasnynne)

  10. mazzystardust:

    In The Midnight Hour | Akure Wall by Tiziano magni

    (via aantwerp)

  11. uvre:

    Pierre Soulages 

    (via kyemunroe)

  12. discoverista:

    Mariacarla Boscono by Helmut Newton for Vogue Italia 2OO4

    (via lulasnynne)

  13. Kate Moss by Enrique Badulescu for Harper’s Bazaar April 1994

  14. labsinthe:

    "Synthese Couture" photographed by Enrique Badulescu for Vogue Paris 1998

    (Source: forums.thefashionspot.com, via solestruckshoes)

  15. simulated:

    Maison Martin Margiela

    Fall 2012

    (Source: efedra)