perderse en el viento sobre el trueno del mar

(Andrea, Spain;

law&criminology student)

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Beach umbrellas photographed by Daniel Sorine

Cannes, France. 1979.

In the Kitchen: Juniper Honey Pots de Creme

I need to get to know London again. Breathe it in.

Julia McNeill
Into the Calm, 2014

Joseph Wright of Derby - Matlock Tor by Moonlight (detail).

An edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein laid out using characters and glyphs from PDF documents obtained through internet searches. The incomplete fonts found in the PDFs were reassembled into the text of Frankenstein based on their frequency of use. The most common characters are employed at the beginning of the book, and the text devolves into less common, more grotesque shapes and forms toward the end. (via The Frankenfont project reconstructs Mary Shelley’s classic Frankenstein using parts of incomplete fonts found in PDFs from the internet. | Fathom)

To the very best of times.

And it is at home, in Baker Street, that one likes best to think of them, alone and puttering with their secret satisfactions. Little vignettes of perfect happiness, wreathed in tobacco smoke and London fog.
Vincent Starrett on Holmes and Watson, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes


"I must continue to follow the path I take now. If I do nothing, if I study nothing, if I cease searching, then, woe is me, I am lost. That is how I look at it — keep going, keep going come what may. But what is your final goal, you may ask. That goal will become clearer, will emerge slowly but surely, much as the rough draught turns into a sketch, and the sketch into a painting through the serious work done on it, through the elaboration of the original vague idea and through the consolidation of the first fleeting and passing thought". [x]