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Summer Reading


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Armchair Reading


  • Anybody else end up moving around their chair, bed, sofa or floor like this? I swear I always end up in weird poses while reading.

Source: Atomic Samba (FB)

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Winter’s Eve


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“Winter’s Eve”
watercolour and PS.
Special people make any place feel like home 🙂 Happy winter holidays!

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© Nataša Ilinčić, please do not remove credits

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Epilogue: A Noun


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1. a concluding part added to a literary work, as a novel; a section or speech at the end of a book or play that serves as a comment on or a conclusion to what has happened.

2. a speech, usually in verse, delivered by one of the actors after the conclusion of a play.

3. the person speaking this.

Etymology: late Middle English epiloge < Latin epilogus < Greek epílogos,“peroration of a speech”, equivalent to epi-, a prefix occurring in loanwords from Greek where it meant “upon”, “on”, “over”, “near”, “at”, “before”, “after” + lógos, “word”.

[Kyoung Hwan Kim – Sunset]

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Reality: No Match for Imagination

tumblr_noq7i53N6y1qele20o1_r1_540* Tried to find the artist’s website for this image, but wasn’t successful. The artist signature is at the bottom, however, I also couldn’t read the signature very well. If anyone finds the artist then please message me. I’d like to credit them properly. Thank you. 

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The Manifesto


* To get a copy of this illustration as a poster visit Grant Snider’s website: 


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Bookstores of New York


The New Yorker asked cartoonist Bob Eckstein to walk around New York City and draw his favorite bookstores.

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Link: http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/bookstores-of-new-york#entry-more

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R. Crumb Illustrates Bukowski


The delightful website Brain Pickings delves into the short lived partnership of R. Crumb and Charles Bukowski. Read the article to see even more illustrations, read excerpts from Bukowski’s stories and to marvel at the beautiful work these two created together. Below is the link. Now, go fawn over it like I did!


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