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He who jumps into the void owes no explanation to those who stand and watch.
Jean Luc Godard (via memoriastoica)

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Oct 20, 2014 / 22,896 notes
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Roelant Savery (Flemish, 1576-1639) - Landscape with Birds (1628)
Oct 20, 2014 / 275 notes

animals-in-art:

Roelant Savery (Flemish, 1576-1639) - Landscape with Birds (1628)

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20aliens:

View South, 1300 Block of Channing Street, Los Angeles, October 30, 2005by John Humble
Oct 20, 2014 / 5,405 notes

20aliens:

View South, 1300 Block of Channing Street, 
Los Angeles, October 30, 2005
by John Humble

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Oct 20, 2014 / 243 notes

nickdrake:

Alfred Hitchcock (or rather, a dummy of Hitchcock) floating down the River Thames “Frenzy” 1972.

Oct 8, 2014 / 1 note
visual-poetry:

»stay away from lonely places« by ron terada (+)
Oct 6, 2014 / 2,278 notes

visual-poetry:

»stay away from lonely places« by ron terada (+)

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Drawing by Nicola Wake
Sep 26, 2014 / 5 notes

Drawing by Nicola Wake

Written words….
Sep 26, 2014

Written words….

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The 10 Creepiest Kids in Movie History
Sep 23, 2014 / 67 notes
inner-realms:

Baú de fotografias | via Facebook unter We Heart It.
Sep 23, 2014 / 64 notes

inner-realms:

Baú de fotografias | via Facebook unter We Heart It.

stuffmomnevertoldyou:

Who invented glitter?

Early humans used shimmery mica flakes to add some primitive glitter to cave paintings, and a 2013 study found that the ancient Maya even covered a 6th-century temple in a sparkling mica-infused paint to likely herald a celebratory event or anniversary. But when it comes to the tiny bits of plastics and aluminum we call glitter today, Henry Ruschmann accidentally invented it in 1934.
Sep 22, 2014 / 1,840 notes

stuffmomnevertoldyou:

Who invented glitter?

Early humans used shimmery mica flakes to add some primitive glitter to cave paintings, and a 2013 study found that the ancient Maya even covered a 6th-century temple in a sparkling mica-infused paint to likely herald a celebratory event or anniversary. But when it comes to the tiny bits of plastics and aluminum we call glitter today, Henry Ruschmann accidentally invented it in 1934.

Sep 19, 2014 / 46,642 notes

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Sep 18, 2014
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