Boy Mercury
This blog is about me: A GlamRocker in the shower, born in Cancún on Christmas eve, part Mayan part Chinese, Industrial Design student with artist delusions ,music and fashion lover.
Boy Mercury
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"For this feeling of wonder shows that you are a philosopher, since wonder is the only beginning of philosophy."
Plato (via philosophy-quotes)
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"So many people are shut up tight inside themselves like boxes, yet they would open up, unfolding quite wonderfully, if only you were interested in them."
Sylvia Plath (via sophianism)
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empezare-de-cero:

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asylum-art:

Louise Bourgeois Sculptures 
Arch of Hysteria, 1993, Bronze, polished patina, hanging piece, 83.8 x 101.6 x 58.4 cm.
The lean, angular frame of Bourgeois’s longtime assistant, Jerry Gorovoy, provided the form for Arch of Hysteria, the exquisitely graceful (or painful, depending on how you look at it) bronze sculpture of a naked male figure bent backward and hanging by a thread. Hysteria was long thought to be a “women’s malady,” so there’s a lovely irony in the use of a male body
asylum-art:

Louise Bourgeois Sculptures 
Arch of Hysteria, 1993, Bronze, polished patina, hanging piece, 83.8 x 101.6 x 58.4 cm.
The lean, angular frame of Bourgeois’s longtime assistant, Jerry Gorovoy, provided the form for Arch of Hysteria, the exquisitely graceful (or painful, depending on how you look at it) bronze sculpture of a naked male figure bent backward and hanging by a thread. Hysteria was long thought to be a “women’s malady,” so there’s a lovely irony in the use of a male body
asylum-art:

Louise Bourgeois Sculptures 
Arch of Hysteria, 1993, Bronze, polished patina, hanging piece, 83.8 x 101.6 x 58.4 cm.
The lean, angular frame of Bourgeois’s longtime assistant, Jerry Gorovoy, provided the form for Arch of Hysteria, the exquisitely graceful (or painful, depending on how you look at it) bronze sculpture of a naked male figure bent backward and hanging by a thread. Hysteria was long thought to be a “women’s malady,” so there’s a lovely irony in the use of a male body
asylum-art:

Louise Bourgeois Sculptures 
Arch of Hysteria, 1993, Bronze, polished patina, hanging piece, 83.8 x 101.6 x 58.4 cm.
The lean, angular frame of Bourgeois’s longtime assistant, Jerry Gorovoy, provided the form for Arch of Hysteria, the exquisitely graceful (or painful, depending on how you look at it) bronze sculpture of a naked male figure bent backward and hanging by a thread. Hysteria was long thought to be a “women’s malady,” so there’s a lovely irony in the use of a male body
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