To Whoever’s Looking by Heidi Systo

"Heidi Systo’s work depicts the loneliness growing up in an age of screens where computes replace social interactions. An imagined world where perception is everything and reality in nonexistent. She shows life behind the screen, the reality that is is often hidden."

It’s you. It’s been you for the past 486 days. Since the moment I met you. It’s you at 2 in the morning or 4 in the afternoon. It’s you when I’m sleeping and studying and eating and laughing. You are everywhere and you are everything.

2am thoughts (via fluro)

(via eletheowl)

I cannot stand small talk, because I feel like there’s an elephant standing in the room shitting all over everything and nobody is saying anything. I’m just dying to say, “Hey, do you ever feel like jumping off a bridge?” or “Do you feel an emptiness inside your chest at night that is going to swallow you?” But you can’t say that at a cocktail party.

Paul Gilmartin, The Mental Illness Happy Hour (via motels)

(via motels)