sams-film-stills:

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) Lucas Lee Posters Dir. Edgar Wright

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legit-breath:

for people who play acnl should know and felt the pain……omfg

legit-breath:

for people who play acnl should know and felt the pain……omfg

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Silent Jay

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jeremiagoeswoah:

busy-circuits:

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kirkspocks:

i think this is a good time to bring back my greatest creation

thank you jam

For the ladies

Okay this is hilarious but… is that Richard Armitage playing the HYDRA spy? IT IS.

It’s a bit insane to realize he had barely two lines in CA:FA before he shot The Hobbit and he became a huge name.

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Avengers Tarot by juliacross/菊叔

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zdk12:

Hot diggity!

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JOSH LN
Superheroes rendered as Ancient Egyptian paintings by artist Josh Ln. Brilliant!

JOSH LN

Superheroes rendered as Ancient Egyptian paintings by artist Josh Ln. Brilliant!

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gotitforcheap:

niggasandcomputers:

ytoob:

alunaes:

k1mkardashian:

what the fuck did i just watch… omg is this real?

YOU GUYS ARE FUCKING KILLING ME TONIGHT

this really cannot be real

WHY IS SHE NOT PROTECTIN OBAMA RN ? WHY IS SHE NOT OUR SECRETARY OF DEFENSE?

holy shit I don’t even care if this is fake 

i can’t beleive this omGG OH MY GOD

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fashionnasty:

"Teen Queen: The Style of Marie Antoinette"

'Marie Antoinette' played by Kirsten Dunst in Sofia Coppola’s film, dressed in special creations by Balenciaga, Chanel, Dior, Rochas, Oscar de la Renta and Alexander McQueen. Costumes by Milena Canonero. Photgraphed by Annie Leibovitz and styled by fashion editor Grace Coddington for American Vogue, September 2006 issue.

mm mm mmmm

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shop5:

shinykari:

SCREAMING

EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS

Yes. Absolutely thanks.

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Chanel Rouge Hydrabase Creme. Fantastic plum.

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elrics:





FLAPJACK MASTERPOST(Contains Links to Animated Show)





Season 1: Episode 1 ⋅ Episode 2 ⋅ Episode 3 ⋅ Episode 4 ⋅ Episode 5 ⋅ Episode 6 ⋅ Episode 7 ⋅ Episode 8 ⋅ Episode 9 ⋅ Episode 10 ⋅ Episode 11 ⋅ Episode 12 ⋅ Episode 13 ⋅ Episode 14 ⋅ Episode 15 ⋅ Episode 16 ⋅ Episode 17 ⋅ Episode 18 ⋅ Episode 19 ⋅ Episode 20
Season 2: Episode 1 ⋅ Episode 2 ⋅ Episode 3 ⋅ Episode 4 ⋅ Episode 5 ⋅ Episode 6 ⋅ Episode 7 ⋅ Episode 8 ⋅ Episode 9 ⋅ Episode 10 ⋅ Episode 11 ⋅ Episode 12 ⋅ Episode 13 ⋅ Episode 14 ⋅ Episode 15 ⋅ Episode 16 ⋅ Episode 17 ⋅ Episode 18 ⋅ Episode 19 ⋅ Episode 20Season 3: Episode 1 ⋅ Episode 2 ⋅ Episode 3 ⋅ Episode 4 ⋅ Episode 5 ⋅ Episode 6 

All of the episodes were downloaded from iTunes, so that means this is the best quality you’re going to get. Enjoy!

FRUCK YES!

elrics:

FLAPJACK MASTERPOST
(Contains Links to Animated Show)

All of the episodes were downloaded from iTunes, so that means this is the best quality you’re going to get. Enjoy!

FRUCK YES!

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myampgoesto11:

Daniel Canogar: Sikka Magnum (2013)

Photo Credit: Polly Yassin / Bildmuseet

360 movie DVDs, metal disc and rods, computer, projector, multimedia player, speakers, 14:19 min. video projection loop.

Dimensions: 210 x 210 x 25 cm.

Sikkais a sculptural video installation constructed from 360 used DVDs. This multi-thematic piece was inspired by “sikka”, the gold coins sewn to clothing dating back to Babylonic times that eventually became the shiny plastic objects we know today as sequins. By projecting the contents of the DVDs back onto their surfaces the artist continues to investigate both new uses for discarded objects as well as his interest in combining the phantasmagorical properties of cinema with its physical elements.

In this case, film segments were selected from each of the DVDs for their color, shape and movement value, forming a digital palette from which the final projected loops were constructed. The accompanying self-generated soundtrack is the resulting “accidental composition” created by layering the soundtracks from the actual segments being projected. The final effect is that of an audio-visual mosaic.

Historically, sikka were worn to remind onlookers of the wealth and power of those wearing them while also evoking the light of the divine. Similarly, the surfaces of the DVDs flash back at us images born from the glamorous world of Hollywood where image is converted to a kind of currency.


awesome

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