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He escrito y publicado con la editorial Amarante la novela Te vi brillar, basada en la historia real de Fritz Haarmann, el Vampiro de Hannover.
www.editorialamarante.es

Visita mi Tumblr como autor:
www.antoniojimenez-ruiz.tumblr.com


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suicidewatch:

Trenchmouth opening for Bad Brains at the Valley Green Housing Complex, Rock Against Racism show. September 2, 1979 
photos by Lucian Perkins

dichotomized:

Called “the perfect place to die,” the Aokigahara forest has the unfortunate distinction of the world’s second most popular place to take one’s life. (The first is the Golden Gate Bridge.) Since the 1950s, Japanese businessmen have wandered in, and at least 500 of them haven’t wandered out, at an increasing rate of between 10 and 30 per year. Recently these numbers have increased even more, with a record 78 suicides in 2002.

(vía true-crime-101)

m-e-ghan:

Visited the house where Psycho was filmed when I was younger. Found this today in one of our photo albums.

m-e-ghan:

Visited the house where Psycho was filmed when I was younger. Found this today in one of our photo albums.

(vía dreamingcure)

“El olvido es una segunda muerte, a la que temen los espíritus más que a la primera.”

—   Stanislas De Boufflers (via antoniojimenez-ruiz)
castizo:

“La locura, la verdadera locura, nos está haciendo mucha falta, a ver si nos cura de esta peste de sentido común que nos tiene a cada uno ahogado el propio.”
- Miguel de Unamuno

castizo:

“La locura, la verdadera locura, nos está haciendo mucha falta, a ver si nos cura de esta peste de sentido común que nos tiene a cada uno ahogado el propio.”

- Miguel de Unamuno

(Fuente: waitingwithgodot)

nevver:

R. Crumb

USA. NYC. 2001. Streets of Lower Manhattan are filled with wreckage from the collapse of the WTC.  Steve McCurry.
nineteenhundredandone:

Hulme, Manchester

nineteenhundredandone:

Hulme, Manchester

(Fuente: twitter.com, vía actionboy)

thiwirld:

Pelayo Mas Castañeda, sculptures damaged in the Spanish civil war

by stevemccurrystudios:

Faces of Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, you don’t understand yourself solely as an individual. You understand yourself as a son, a brother, a cousin to somebody, an uncle to somebody. You are part of something bigger than yourself. 
- Khaled Hosseini

To see more:

http://stevemccurry.wordpress.com/2014/06/02/faces-of-afghanistan/

(vía quienesesachica)

espop:

A bunch of shmucks… Robert Crumb en Blog de Cómics.

espop:

A bunch of shmucks… Robert Crumb en Blog de Cómics.

(vía mamotretos)

killerkurves:

ermahhgerd:

Sleepy girl. Just messing around with the new flash. It’s different, to be sure.

killerkurves:

ermahhgerd:

Sleepy girl. Just messing around with the new flash. It’s different, to be sure.

“Si el libro que leemos no nos despierta de un puñetazo en el cráneo, ¿para qué leerlo?… Un libro tiene que ser un hacha que rompa el mar de hielo que llevamos dentro.”

—   Franz Kafka (via elcielosobremi)

(vía deotroslados)

suicidewatch:

Gang Of Four in the studio recording Damaged Goods EP, 1978

(vía kenneldog)

nudiarist:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L’Origine_du_monde
Fine Art Painting “The Origin of the World” Gustave Courbet, 1866
"During the 19th century, the display of the nude body underwent a revolution whose main activists were Courbet and Manet. Courbet rejected academic painting and its smooth, idealised nudes, but he also directly recriminated the hypocritical social conventions of the Second Empire, where eroticism and even pornography were acceptable in mythological or oneiric paintings.
Courbet later insisted he never lied in his paintings, and his realism pushed the limits of what was considered presentable. With L’Origine du monde, he has made even more explicit the eroticism of Manet’s Olympia. Maxime Du Camp, in a harsh tirade, reported his visit to the work’s purchaser, and his sight of a painting “giving realism’s last word”.
By the very nature of its realistic, graphic eroticism, the painting still has the power to shock and triggers censorship”

nudiarist:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L’Origine_du_monde

Fine Art Painting
“The Origin of the World”
Gustave Courbet, 1866

"During the 19th century, the display of the nude body underwent a revolution whose main activists were Courbet and Manet. Courbet rejected academic painting and its smooth, idealised nudes, but he also directly recriminated the hypocritical social conventions of the Second Empire, where eroticism and even pornography were acceptable in mythological or oneiric paintings.

Courbet later insisted he never lied in his paintings, and his realism pushed the limits of what was considered presentable. With L’Origine du monde, he has made even more explicit the eroticism of Manet’s Olympia. Maxime Du Camp, in a harsh tirade, reported his visit to the work’s purchaser, and his sight of a painting “giving realism’s last word”.

By the very nature of its realistic, graphic eroticism, the painting still has the power to shock and triggers censorship”

(vía wim-visscher)