stlara:

champagne for breakfast | jennifer pugh by kimberley gordon for fete champetre ss 14
hifas:

Not often the walls of the mind become transparentGwenneth Boelens
stormtrooperfashion:

Aymeline Valade in “A Tall Tale to Tell” by Arnaud Pyvka for Bergdorf Goodman Magazine, Pre-Fall 2014
See more from this set here.
artvevo:

Swedish native Sophie Mörner and her friends took a day-trip to a park, setting up camp in the woods. Mörner captured the above photo early in the morning, her sleepers made up of friends, acquaintances and a few strangers all basking in the glow of the warming sun. The colors and composition become a painterly tableau, Mörner’s subjects lounging and oblivious as if in an enchanted slumber. For Mörner, the image represents the ultimate relaxation and harmony, lost in the moment to nature
somethingvain:

rick owens f/w 2001, by richard bush for dutch magazine november 2001
20aliens:

HU YANG
ephemeralol:

Rosemarie Trockel “Sleeping Pill” 1999
For this installation the artist created “relaxation suits” out of plastic and suspended a couple in them while sleeping. For the course of its exhibition the couple was suspended and unaware of the viewers moving about them. The artist said the state of the couple and the entrapment they were in was an illustration of “exhausted, powerless lovers” 
badesaba:

Tea pickers harvest a steep hillside overlooking the Caspian Sea. by Thomas Abercrombie
postcardsfromamerica:

Jim Goldberg, GSV,  430 North St, 2:14PM, April 5th, Milwaukee, WI, 2014
paintdeath:

"Uncomfortable silences. Why do we feel it’s necessary to yak about bullsh*t in order to be comfortable?" - Mia WallacePulp Fiction (1994)
benzank:

The path is always changing.
Montreal, 1967
Edward Sturr
mpdrolet:

Matthieu Lavanchy
diverseiridescentbeings:

Alia Shawkat- Iraqi-Kurdish, Irish, Norwegian.