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4 days ago // A New Day

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abigail-rising:

Hannibal cinematography: inspiration from visual art

Production designer Patti Podesta credits visual artists including Gustave Caillebotte, Francis Bacon, Edward Hopper, Todd Hido and Andrew Wyeth as inspiration for the lighting and palette of Hannibal. [x]

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From vulcanflower //
1 week ago // A New Day

-There’s really not much to know about me, look at me.

-I am.

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paticmak:

Roman Holiday

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From darksilenceinsuburbia //
3 weeks ago // A New Day

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ross Williams

You can’t get lost in Berlin

In February 2013, exactly a year previous to this project I had my first encounter with Berlin. Caught off guard by the overwhelming weight of history, bleak landscape and looming grey atmosphere, Berlin had gripped me in a hold that I could not break away from. This irresistible pull demanded that my curiosity needed to be resolved. 

Undeniably I had a connection to the contradictory nature of Berlin, a city with an unconventional past and an uncertain future. This goes without saying that Berlin is still struggling to gain a sense of identity 25 years after the fall of the wall. In February 2014 I returned to this intriguing city for a month long stay in order to produce a body of work, made as a direct aesthetic response which would depict the emotional weight I had previously experienced. 

Using the Mauerweg trail as my reference point, the scarred strip of land that encircles the city in which the Berlin wall once stood. This project is a result of walking this path that once symbolized the division of Europe. Through this somewhat nomadic journey, I started to uncover a different side of Berlin, a side of Berlin that was quiet and understated, one that I could relate to, like a psychological mirror, I could see elements of my own personality rooted deep within the landscape. 

The selection of images showcased in this project are a poetic document of contemporary Berlin as it attempts to shape its future and they are also a portrait of myself. I tried to lose myself within this unfamiliar environment to gain clarity of Berlin and a better understanding of my work. 
But you can’t get lost in Berlin; you always end up at a wall. (artist statement)

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Colombians to Brazilians

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From pinkcheeseandfeathers //
1 month ago // A New Day

pinkcheeseandfeathers:

Exclusive furniture design and home decor

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Exclusive furniture design and home decor

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notsoplainbutinsanejane:

I SWEAR TO GOD THIS IS THE LAST TIME I’LL MAKE THIS STUPID JOKE

OH MY GOD

Oh god

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mrfalling12345:

OMG WHAT DID I DO!?

For mobile just hold the reblog button

I LEARNED A THING

EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW THIS OMFG

ODDIOOOOO FUNZIONA!

Devo provareeee

Basta anche solo Alt + reblog!

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From desubicada //
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unamusedsloth:

Puppy fire drill.

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From ruinedchildhood //
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mr-egbutt:

WAKE UP POTTER

WE’RE GOING TO THE ZOO

@pierihacetweet @philo_fortuna

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