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Léa Seydoux by Peter Lindbergh for Interview magazine 09.14

Léa Seydoux by Peter Lindbergh for Interview magazine 09.14

american-bohemianism:

Joshua Tree | the cult collective | photo: robbie mueller

american-bohemianism:

Joshua Tree | the cult collective | photo: robbie mueller

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newyork:

Rudy Burckhardt’s ‘A View from Brooklyn’ 1954. This makes me think of Van Gogh’s ‘Chair’.  
Burckhardt, originally from Switzerland, was a filmmaker and photographer who immigrated to New York from London in the 1930s. 
© 2014 Rudy Burckhardt / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

newyork:

Rudy Burckhardt’s ‘A View from Brooklyn’ 1954. This makes me think of Van Gogh’s ‘Chair’.  

Burckhardt, originally from Switzerland, was a filmmaker and photographer who immigrated to New York from London in the 1930s. 

© 2014 Rudy Burckhardt / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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I can spend three days locked in my house, reading books and drawing and doing music and then suddenly I have a desire to put on a fancy dress and just run to every party that I know for the entire night- and then go back and lock myself up.
— Lou Doillon (via embellished-dreams)

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