Tuesday, 10 June 2014

At the End of its Tether

"The writer finds very considerable reason for believing that within a period to be estimated by weeks and months rather than by aeons, there has been a fundamental change in the conditions under which life-and not simply human life but all self-conscious existance - has been going on since its beginning. If his thinking has been sound, then this world is at the end of its tether. The end of everything we call life is close at hand and cannot be evaded."
H.G. Wells, Mind at the End of its Tether, 1946

Paul Klee - Ad Marginem - 1930

Kasimir Malevich & El Lissitsky - Suprematist Composition - 1918

Hanafuda Suzuki suite

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