Just a few worlds pulled from the shelves of the Vault. Thanks for reading.
The full moon brings to mind one of my favorite poems, written by the great Li Po. Enjoy!
When you look at the moon in Wu-chow,
think of me one thousand li distant.
Here’s another dusty oldie pulled from the shelves of the Vault…thank you for reading. Enjoy!
Little Tree (Chestnut Tree at Lake Constance), 1912.
Essential Egon is a weekly post dedicated to celebrating the work of a fearless artist who was capable of translating the colors of the human soul. Check him out.
Another little oldie pulled from the depths of the Vault…thanks for reading!
There are home libraries…and then there are library homes. This week’s space is by far among the greatest and most obvious examples of a book lover’s private paradise. It would be accurate to state that the owner of this home loves to read, as the upper stories are dedicated to a quite sizable book collection. With ample sunlight and a quiet, efficient, well provisioned little nook on the uppermost level, this does appear to be a space where one could kick back and read, or post up and get some work done. In fact, the only true indicator that this is even a home is the kitchen table resting nearly on the first floor. Let the daydreams commence.
In honor of the upcoming re-release of legendary director Andrei Tarkovsky’s final film, The Sacrifice, here are a few short videos (and selected trailers) worth your time. Enjoy.
Below are The Sacrifice and Stalker trailers, and excerpts from interviews with Tarkovsky regarding perspectives on life, youth, and artistic spirituality.