Looking for beards in life and life through beards.

 

thehermitage: One-eyed Odin with his two ravens Huginn (from Old Norse ”thought”) and Muninn (Old Norse “memory” or “mind”)
From the 18th century Icelandic manuscript SAM 66 in the care of the Árni Magnússon Institute in Iceland

thehermitage: One-eyed Odin with his two ravens Huginn (from Old Norse ”thought”) and Muninn (Old Norse “memory” or “mind”)

From the 18th century Icelandic manuscript SAM 66 in the care of the Árni Magnússon Institute in Iceland

mucksnipe:

Aaron Smith, “Lil Pup” 2014, oil on primed paper, 10” x 10”
Incognito, Santa Monica Museum
http://aaronsmithart.com

mucksnipe:

Aaron Smith, “Lil Pup” 2014, oil on primed paper, 10” x 10”

Incognito, Santa Monica Museum

http://aaronsmithart.com

mucksnipe:

Aaron Smith, “Lil Pup” 2014, oil on primed paper, 10” x 10”
Incognito, Santa Monica Museum
http://aaronsmithart.com

mucksnipe:

Aaron Smith, “Lil Pup” 2014, oil on primed paper, 10” x 10”

Incognito, Santa Monica Museum

http://aaronsmithart.com

a-bittersweet-life: Your film is like your children. You might want a child with certain qualities, but you are never going to get the exact specification right. The film has a privilege to live its own life and develop its own character. To suppress this is dangerous. It is an approach that works the other way too: sometimes the footage has amazing qualities that you did not expect.
Werner Herzog

a-bittersweet-life: Your film is like your children. You might want a child with certain qualities, but you are never going to get the exact specification right. The film has a privilege to live its own life and develop its own character. To suppress this is dangerous. It is an approach that works the other way too: sometimes the footage has amazing qualities that you did not expect.

Werner Herzog

(Source: pickledelephant)

Frederic Leighton as painted by Phillipe felix Dupuis in 1830 from here.

Frederic Leighton as painted by Phillipe felix Dupuis in 1830 from here.