OCTOBER

Normally, my October mood tends on the spooky side, but I’m still riding the high of the imagery and inspiration that seems to be characteristic of my fall. I’ve been questioning presence vs. absence lately, so disappearance and reappearance (and related questions of identity) have been peppering a lot of the images that appeal to me.

Still obsessed with imagery that captures enigma, the sense of power and secrecy that comes with having a little bit of mystery.

Still obsessed with imagery that captures enigma, the sense of power and secrecy that comes with having a little bit of mystery.

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I’ve always been obsessed with Aeon, but especially navigating some of the “big picture” questions of senior year and adulthood, each of the articles have felt increasingly relevant to my experience.

I’ve always been obsessed with Aeon, but especially navigating some of the “big picture” questions of senior year and adulthood, each of the articles have felt increasingly relevant to my experience.

 

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Valuing interior experience is vital to developing a sense of self, and how we reveal ourselves to the outside world has everything to do with how we stay out of view when we need to.
— How to Disappear by Akiko Busch
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Loving sparse, philosophical illustrations, particularly when they nail questions I’ve had myself lately.