Going Gonzo
Going Gonzo
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nataliakoptseva:

Egon Schiele
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jonnyskov:

Platinum Blonde Sylvia Plath.

(via Retronaut)

These pictures were taken in between suicide attempts:


  "Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953. Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer."


Brian Galindo
I’m still thinking a lot about the loss of Ned Vizzini, and about some close friends of mine who regularly struggle with depression. Seeing these pictures of Sylvia in between suicide attempts, looking for all the world hopeful and happy, strikes a deep chord within me. The thing is, I actually believe that in these precious moments captured on film, she probably really was happy.

That’s the nature of depression. If our loved ones who struggle with depression all walked around with dour faces, wearing black, it would be far easier for us to tell that they were in pain. To know that we needed to reach out to them. But it’s not that simple or that obvious. Partly because those loved ones are fighting against the depression, and sometimes—thankfully—they are winning. But that doesn’t mean the fight ends. For some, the battle lasts a lifetime.
jonnyskov:

Platinum Blonde Sylvia Plath.

(via Retronaut)

These pictures were taken in between suicide attempts:


  "Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953. Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer."


Brian Galindo
I’m still thinking a lot about the loss of Ned Vizzini, and about some close friends of mine who regularly struggle with depression. Seeing these pictures of Sylvia in between suicide attempts, looking for all the world hopeful and happy, strikes a deep chord within me. The thing is, I actually believe that in these precious moments captured on film, she probably really was happy.

That’s the nature of depression. If our loved ones who struggle with depression all walked around with dour faces, wearing black, it would be far easier for us to tell that they were in pain. To know that we needed to reach out to them. But it’s not that simple or that obvious. Partly because those loved ones are fighting against the depression, and sometimes—thankfully—they are winning. But that doesn’t mean the fight ends. For some, the battle lasts a lifetime.
jonnyskov:

Platinum Blonde Sylvia Plath.

(via Retronaut)

These pictures were taken in between suicide attempts:


  "Her blonde hair was part of an attempt to start over and adopt a new persona, following her first suicide attempt in August of 1953. Plath, who had spent six months in psychiatric care following the suicide attempt, had seemed to improve greatly by the the summer of 1954. This period of time has been lovingly referred to by her biographers as her “platinum summer."


Brian Galindo
I’m still thinking a lot about the loss of Ned Vizzini, and about some close friends of mine who regularly struggle with depression. Seeing these pictures of Sylvia in between suicide attempts, looking for all the world hopeful and happy, strikes a deep chord within me. The thing is, I actually believe that in these precious moments captured on film, she probably really was happy.

That’s the nature of depression. If our loved ones who struggle with depression all walked around with dour faces, wearing black, it would be far easier for us to tell that they were in pain. To know that we needed to reach out to them. But it’s not that simple or that obvious. Partly because those loved ones are fighting against the depression, and sometimes—thankfully—they are winning. But that doesn’t mean the fight ends. For some, the battle lasts a lifetime.
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stephaniemosen:

Its all lies darling on We Heart It.
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andromedarya:

Angkor Wat Shawn van Eeden
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hiddenshadow1231:

Louisiana Bayou by kevan_cooke on Flickr.
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hippiewitch:

i need this book
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updownsmilefrown:

Brigitte Bardot takes a break from filming Roger Vadim’s …And God Created Woman in St. Tropez, for a quick cigarette and a glance at a recent magazine article on herself, 1956
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misswallflower:

Inside the Fonda Theater
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prophetbones:

Brendon Burton
prophetbones:

Brendon Burton
prophetbones:

Brendon Burton
prophetbones:

Brendon Burton
prophetbones:

Brendon Burton
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Vagina :: The Zine: Tampon Terrorism
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