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Julie.
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mareluna3001:

Who’s the worst now?

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ssssmaug:

reblogging for julie-xxx

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Michael Fassbender at the “12 Years A Slave” press conference in September 8th 2013.

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4bstract-elegance:

Michael Fassbender.

4bstract-elegance:

Michael Fassbender.

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bluekook:

GQ South Africa July 2014

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Summer will end soon enough, and childhood as well.

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montanarosalie:

captain—kitten:

Petition for Colin O’Donoghue to narrate an audiobook. A long one. A series even.

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Given the opportunity, what do we do to those who hurt the ones we love?

- Petyr Baelish (via themadmaker)
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asylum-art:

How to make clouds indoors: The art of Berndnaut Smilde

Of course, recreating a cloud and all the physical elements that go along with it is an act that requires meticulous planning entailing carefully controlling the temperature and humidity levels of the room, constantly moistening the air inside it and adjusting the lighting to create a dramatic and realistic effect. When the room conditions are ideal, a fog machine unleashes a dense mist that appears heavy and damp, just like a real life raincloud. Floating proudly in the middle of the oddest of spaces, they last for only a few brief moments before dissipating into thin air.

In fact, very few people have actually seen Berndnaut Smilde's work in person. As short-lived as a summer storm, his whimsical clouds live only to exist in photographic form. Somewhere in-between reality and representation, the beauty of a fleeting haze is captured on a print that becomes the only medium to prove that they ever in fact existed. Building on awe and disbelief, it is this highly ephemeral nature of theirs that makes them so special, as if they were another urban myth that one has yet to witness but still fervently believes.

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hatfullofsky:

You think you’re going to be hip and teen forever and then suddenly you find yourself drinking red wine and playing board games and lusting after men with beards 

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