source: robsheridan


Botanica by Natalie Stopka

This artist book holds a collection of 12 eco prints, made on one late summer day in the Catskill Mountains. Each image is made only from the dye inherent to the plant. Gathered from the garden and foraged from the fields, these plant prints are the portrait of a place and time. Because some of the colorants in each image are not lightfast, they will gradually fade over time, leaving only the permanent dyes. The artist book is bound in naturally dyed and printed silk joined with a herringbone stitch.

source: laughingsquid

it’s not garbage, I’m making a hamster home

where’s the door around here

a simple question

Anonymous asked:

are you frying?

darling, play nice and go back to your side of the internet.

move and control liquids

drink water

abstain from food and sex as a way to separate from worldly things and connect to better, eternal ones