paper-trains:

the-dark-side-of-the-room:

noobpoleon:



synnesai:



haphy:



that issome top notch negative space amiriteTHE FLOW OF EVERYTHINGHUMANS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL SOBS 



god this is just so pleasing to look at 
that back curve 
their face profiles
their everything god



Wow wow wow



You know how there are movies, and then there’s cinema?
Yeah well, there are pics… and then there are photographs.

DAT NEGATIVE SPACE THO

paper-trains:

the-dark-side-of-the-room:

noobpoleon:

synnesai:

haphy:

that is
some top notch negative space amirite
THE FLOW OF EVERYTHING
HUMANS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL SOBS 

god this is just so pleasing to look at 

that back curve 

their face profiles

their everything god

Wow wow wow

You know how there are movies, and then there’s cinema?

Yeah well, there are pics… and then there are photographs.

DAT NEGATIVE SPACE THO

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songsofwolves:

- Greek Mythology : HADES & PERSEPHONE -
feat. Mads Mikkelsen and Angel Coulby
*requested by anon

songsofwolves:

- Greek Mythology : HADES & PERSEPHONE -

feat. Mads Mikkelsen and Angel Coulby

*requested by anon

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Thoughts on the nature of evil.

lickystickypickyshe:

After hearing the same question over and over from friends and family — “Why aren’t you married yet?” — art director Suzanne Heintz got tired of it and set out to do something about it. She got herself a little family…of mannequins.

Over the course of 14 years and 10,000 miles of travel, she took her fake family everywhere and took all kinds of “family” pictures….

I loved the comment of Laura:

 She’s underlining the fact that for many people, a family seems to be little better than a trophy or badge to prove that someone has succeeded at fulfilling society’s expectations of them. How many families look great in photographs but are actually empty inside? The point is not to condemn family life, but to refuse to accept that a good life is simply one that looks good to other people.

(Source: twentytwowords.com, via autumn-amber)

Tags: art

"Now Kiss."

— Ancient JaimexBrienne Shipper proverb chanted throughout the 4x01 scene. (via canoeingit)

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Tags: yup

Tags: depression

bottledspider:

petermorwood:

rudesby:

I marathoned the show ‘Vikings’ last week and this was ALL I COULD THINK ABOUT.

Blood-feuds made for great saga entertainment (also novels, TV and movies) but peaceful discussion was another thing entirely. (ouch).

The first ep of Vikings cracks me up because everyone keeps saying “you going to the thing?” “hey, I’ll see you at the thing” and I wonder if anyone not up on their early medieval Scandinavian governmental systems thought that they were just being really vague

(Source: morgrana, via onlyalittlelion)

Dear Show Runners

  • I, your loyal viewer, do not need to be surprised.
  • I do not need to constantly be reminded of the fact you are the show runner, and you are in charge, because you are the only one who ever knows what’s going on.
  • I do not need constant, unexpected plot twists, just for the sake of plot twists, that derail beautiful character development.
  • I do not need to be taught harsh realities about life, I have my own real life for that. 
  • I don’t want you to be clever all of the time. Sometimes being to clever means you stop be honest, and honesty is a crucial element to a good plot and good characters.
  • it is okay if the viewers predict where you are going with the story. For heaven’s sake with this many people tracking every detail of the show  we are bound to get things right. Most of us won’t be mad at you if we guess things ahead of time. And the one’s who are mad are just upset you didn’t go with their theories.
  • Wow factor is not what makes a show good.
  • Character development, plot development, and continuity make a good show. 
  • Again let me repeat: character development, plot development, and continuity make a good show. 

Thank you and goodnight.

les-sources-du-nil:

Bill Moseley
"Angry Penguins"

les-sources-du-nil:

Bill Moseley

"Angry Penguins"

(Source: hillendpress.blogspot.com, via penguinsnark)

So, I’m rereading HP and I just got to the fifth book and it has caused me to have a major Remus/Sirius relapse because they spend the whole book living together and buying joint Christmas presents for Harry. So needless to say I have taken a break from reading book five to hunt down every scrap of fanfiction that can fill in all of the grimmauld place moments that JK Rowling neglected to put in book five, and in my hunting I found this incredible master list of all the reasons Remus and Sirius are pretty much canon. My favorite theory that is written there is that Remus is drunk for all of book seven because he is so miserable. It makes everything all the more tragic but it gives his character a lot more continuity. 

Incredible master list/meta analysis:

http://amuly.livejournal.com/38255.html