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    passionnedenoir:

lubromir:

this is so cute I need this

Same

    passionnedenoir:

    lubromir:

    this is so cute I need this

    Same

    (Source: naughty-butt-nice, via ramrituals)

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    littlegracenote:

    This is so amazing it’s pissing me off

    (Source: vraieronique, via steamydumplingz)

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    Model pose and finished painting by Gil Elvgren’s “Look Out Below”, 1956 (via)

    (Source: vintagegal, via slickmickers)

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    kyle-marffin:

Witchcraft Stones by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Russia, 2014

    kyle-marffin:

    Witchcraft Stones by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Russia, 2014

    (via slickmickers)

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    rfmmsd:

    Illustrator & Artist:

    Wei Yan

    "Portraits"

    "A series work of 2011"

    "I start doing this series of portraits, still working on this project. ink on paper, my plan is to make them screen print on acrylic. 

    well, images always tall more then words, check those out. 
    one of the series has already made into limited print, check it out and order at: www.paper-t.com.”

    (Source: kokomoo.com, via wh4t-tw4t)

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    (Source: thegifsex, via steamydumplingz)

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    blazed-vibes:

    This is powerful

    (Source: robemmy, via themindisyourmasterpiece)

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    Grave of the Fireflies, Isao Takahata, 1988 


    Roger Ebert (2000):“Grave of the Fireflies” is an emotional experience so powerful that it forces a rethinking of animation. Since the earliest days, most animated films have been “cartoons” for children and families. Recent animated features such as “The Lion King”, “Princess Mononoke” and “The Iron Giant” have touched on more serious themes, and the “Toy Story” movies and classics like “Bambi” have had moments that moved some audience members to tears. But these films exist within safe confines; they inspire tears, but not grief. “Grave of the Fireflies” is a powerful dramatic film that happens to be animated, and I know what the critic Ernest Rister means when he compares it to “Schindler’s List” and says, “It is the most profoundly human animated film I’ve ever seen.”

    (Source: the-sensation-called-animation, via zediahcnoir)

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