mortecine:

À Bout de Souffle (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960)

nournjeim:

Anna Karina.

nournjeim:

Anna Karina.

zackdeus:

Rock N’ Roll is dead.

livinglonelyboy:

Take me away…

livinglonelyboy:

Take me away…

jedavu:

ANOTHER NOVEMBER

Photographs by Laura Stevens

jedavu:

Dysfunctional Objects Reflect The Frustrating Experiences We Face In Life

Created by Swiss artist Fabian Bürgy

poptropical:

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poptropical:

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(Source: hi-my-name-is-juan, via warevetumorro)

littleharleythings:

i’m not a traditional witch

(via dragon-woman)

tumnerd:

A few years ago, Russian photographer Jana Romanova’s social life took a turn. All of a sudden, it seemed, all of her friends had become pregnant.

Just as quickly, all their conversations turned to children: things they needed to buy, changes they needed to make to their homes, and the daily difficulties of pregnancy. “It was a challenge for me to get used to it,” Romanova said via email. “I always try to solve my problems with photography, so I decided to make a project about it.”

She started her series, “Waiting,” by photographing her friends sleeping early in the morning in their bedrooms—a time, as she wrote on her website, “when people don’t really care about their appearance and one can see their attitude to each other and to this life that is growing inside their family.”

Romanova didn’t want the couples to pose, so she had to figure out ways of getting the photos while the couples were still asleep. “When it was possible I stayed with the couple at their apartment at night to make a picture at around 5-6 a.m., mostly on weekends, when people want to sleep and don’t really need to wake up for work,” Romanova said. “When it was not possible, I tried to come around 5 a.m., waited in the kitchen while they were asleep, and then took the picture.”

Eventually, Romanova wanted to expand the scope of her project, so she started looking for more subjects online. She wrote hundreds of emails to pregnant women asking if they would like to be included in the project. It took her two years to find the 40 couples for the project—one for each week of pregnancy. 

(via shes-my-flower-child)

2headedsnake:

Julie Sarloutte

(Source: artnau.com, via crafts-ga)

eatsleepdraw:

Tranquility

eatsleepdraw:

Tranquility

20aliens:

John and Yoko learned as they went along, searching the wisdom of the centuries for guidance, 1969. By Gerry Deiter.

20aliens:

John and Yoko learned as they went along, searching the wisdom of the centuries for guidance, 1969. By Gerry Deiter.

(via hopelessowl)

nyctopterus:

I like cities okay, whether they are under the feet of the heroic Skybreaker, tipping over a whale in Capsized, riding on a train in Industrial Revolution, covered in crap in the distopia of Paper Planes, made of clarinets in Clarinetropolis, made of dinosaurs in Ceratosaurus and the City, minuaturised in a park in Little Autumn, in the middle of a giant octopus lady in Octopia, or growing very larger and more tangled in Metametropolis.

Mostly done in Adobe Illustrator, except for Capsized and Octopia, which are photoshop paintings. As usual, prints are on my website.

su-ic-id-al:

thentuckersaid:

inkthorn:

a drunk driver killed someone i love. i thought maybe, if i kept it up, i might hear something back…

This is so beyond heart breaking, yet so extremely powerful. Never forget to tell your family, friends, and others you love them. It may be the last time you do so!

I’m sobbing.

(via shes-my-flower-child)