The Secret Double by René Magritte, 1927. Oil on canvas, 44 ⅞ × 63 ¾ inches. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL.

Lesley Peterson writes:

Called grelots, the bells appear as mysterious spheres in many of Magritte’s works, their slits hinting at something hidden within, a symbol of Magritte’s obsession with concealment.


“Aquelarre” by Santiago Caruso / Mixed media on paper, 17 x 13 inches / 2011

I’m gonna die.

Ruthless girl, won’t you stop killing yourself and kill others instead?

eradicate the need for sleep