cayya:

Summer Hannibal Re-watch

Takiawase

I’ve always found the idea of death comforting.

staceythinx:

Glass curiosities by Steffen Dam

Dam on his work:

My aim is to describe the world as I see it. One could also say to describe what’s not tangible and understandable with our everyday senses. My cylinders contain nothing that exists in the ocean, my specimens are plausible but not from this world, my plants are only to be found in my compost heap, and my flowers are still unnamed.

(Source: darksilenceinsuburbia)

karachiite:

Pakistani Supermodel/Actress Iman Ali as a royal courtesan in her new Pakistani Film Mah-e-Meer. Based on the life of famous poet Meer Taqi Meer.

teachytv:

10 years ago today, Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way went back in time to sedouce Volxemort and protect all of us from his evil plans

reblog this post to honor Enoby’s brave sacrifice, ignore if you’re a prep or a poser

theoppositeofsane:

youngblackandvegan:

kyleehenke:

I cannot be stopped

this is the most important video i’ve ever seen

This is a spiritual experience.

myungin:

F(x) wpps for anon.

Three variations of the same picture, any detail/colour change you would like or something diff lol , just inbox me!

Size: 1366 x 769 px.

Format: png / jpg.

(Full size and different formats here)

anslogarrick:

hannibal & dalí ( a r t   m e m e )

 The art of Salvador Dalí is renowned for its extreme and often grotesque use of metaphor. Exploring themes such as voyeurism, self-disgust and the unconscious—or dream—state, Dalí “[diagnoses] diseases of the psyche,” (J.G. Ballard, 1974), which both predict human vulnerabilities and embrace the irrationality and excitement of living in the modern world. The distinct symbols of clocks and butterflies are prevalent in his work, the former perhaps signifying the liquidity of reality and the relativity of time, and the former, naturally, demonstrative of transformation.

anslogarrick:

hannibal & dalí ( a r t   m e m e )

 The art of Salvador Dalí is renowned for its extreme and often grotesque use of metaphor. Exploring themes such as voyeurism, self-disgust and the unconscious—or dream—state, Dalí “[diagnoses] diseases of the psyche,” (J.G. Ballard, 1974), which both predict human vulnerabilities and embrace the irrationality and excitement of living in the modern world. The distinct symbols of clocks and butterflies are prevalent in his work, the former perhaps signifying the liquidity of reality and the relativity of time, and the former, naturally, demonstrative of transformation.

nevver:

The fantastic fungi, Steve Axford

(Source: steveaxford.smugmug.com)

brownprivilege:

fated to love you. this guy’s (jang hyuk) laugh kills me every single time. it’s like a proper maniacal evil villain laugh, the likes of mojo jojo or whoever the villain was in captain planet or whenever the bad guy revealed his evil plan in a scooby doo episode. but he applies it to every single situation which is what makes it so damn awesome because mostly its extremely innapropriate. if i had a choice i’d laugh like this all the time mostly because people would really enjoy it and be creeped out by it at the exact same time.

brownprivilege:

fated to love you. this guy’s (jang hyuk) laugh kills me every single time. it’s like a proper maniacal evil villain laugh, the likes of mojo jojo or whoever the villain was in captain planet or whenever the bad guy revealed his evil plan in a scooby doo episode. but he applies it to every single situation which is what makes it so damn awesome because mostly its extremely innapropriate. if i had a choice i’d laugh like this all the time mostly because people would really enjoy it and be creeped out by it at the exact same time.

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