Love Like Cancer
Love Like Cancer


Love Like Cancer

I'm almost always up at nights since I mostly sleep on daytime. I curate the obscure, surrealism in any form, paint, violence and erotica. Over the last year this blog has became more mature, but stll not suitable for minors. If you find any of the posts you first see here -as disturbing- i advise you to explore other blogs.

“Chaos is rejecting all you have learned, Chaos is being yourself.”

from Précis de décomposition by E.Cioran
ask, theme

"We keep poisoning ourselves with thoughts."

6 word story  (via perfect)

(Source: whimsicalityofdreams, via comas-in-cashmere)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Salvador’s Dali Rare, Erotic Vintage Cookbook 

Les Diners de Gala

“When I was six years old,” Salvador Dalí once professed, “I wanted to be a cook.” But it wasn’t until his late sixties that he channeled his childhood fantasy into Les Diners de Gala(public library) — a lavishly illustrated cookbook, originally published in 1973 and featuring Dalí’s intensely erotic etchings and paintings. The twelve chapters each cover a specific class of dishes — from exotic courses to fish and shellfish to vegetables — rendered with a surrealist twist both gastronomically and aesthetically, but nowhere more so than in the tenth chapter, dedicated to aphrodisiacs. (by Maria Popova)

Milan Hrnjazović (Serbia), Paintings from ”Together Yet Apart”. This series consists of paintings depicting a young couple’s intimacy. Distortions and scattered parts of their bodies are not only a result of an artistic expression – they aim to reveal drama and despair behind the shinny illusion of love

1.) ”Lovers V”, oil on canvas

2.) ”Couple I”, oil on canvas, 2010. (private collection)

3.) ”Lovers I”, oil on canvas, 2012. (private collection)

found via.Bibliokept

nearlya:

Eli Craven. from Screen Lovers

likeafieldmouse:

Francisco Goya - The Follies: Where There’s a Will There’s a Way (ca. 1816-24)

(via legatoofchaos)

de-salva:

CHARLES MINGUS - Haitian Fight Song

Alb. “Pithecanthropus Erectus” (1956.)

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