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#tbt to the time I was working on a Law & Order SVU shoot, and the photog snuck a glorious picture of my butt in front of Ice-T and everybody. #SVU #IceT #mariskahargitay #photoshoot #nyc #werk View high resolution

#tbt to the time I was working on a Law & Order SVU shoot, and the photog snuck a glorious picture of my butt in front of Ice-T and everybody. #SVU #IceT #mariskahargitay #photoshoot #nyc #werk

free-parking:

Paintings by Hilma af Klint (1862-1944)

Five years before Wassily Kandinsky (he of the book Concerning the Spiritual In Art, 1910), before Piet Mondrian and Kazimir Malevich, before the images of Carl Jung and Rudolf Steiner—who dismissed her ideas as wrong—was this revolutionary artist and abstractionist, Hilma af Klint, possibly the first purely abstract painter to produced non-objective works in the early 1900s.

Hilma af Klint was influenced by contemporary spiritual movements, such as spiritism, theosophy and, later, anthroposophy. Her oeuvre builds on the awareness of a spiritual dimension of consciousness, an aspect that was being marginalised in an increasingly materialistic world. When she painted, she believed that a higher consciousness was speaking through her. In her astonishing works she combines geometric shapes and symbols with ornamentation. Her multifaceted imagery strives to give insights into the different dimensions of existence, where microcosm and macrocosm reflect one another.

Current mood.

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jaclcfrost:

eternally passionate about movie soundtracks and movie costumes and deleted scenes from movies and concept art for movies and scenery from movies and bloopers from movies and watching movies and movie theaters and just movies

SAAAAAAME!!!

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love your blog! <3
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THANK YOU! That’s so nice! I haven’t really done anything with it in forever, but this small word of encouragement has totally inspired me to get a postin’ again! xo

Haven&#8217;t posted in forever. Reset my password just for this. I&#8217;m sure you can understand why.
via The Atlantic - 1964: The World 50 Years Ago 
The whole album is pretty gripping. View high resolution

Haven’t posted in forever. Reset my password just for this. I’m sure you can understand why.

via The Atlantic - 1964: The World 50 Years Ago 

The whole album is pretty gripping.

uhn. huh. her.
i would do almost anything for this lingerie. 
billowy:

Anna Karina
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uhn. huh. her.

i would do almost anything for this lingerie. 

billowy:

Anna Karina

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strangewood:

John Cassavetes
December 9, 1929 – February 3, 1989

When I hear the term “independent filmmaker,” I immediately think of John Cassavetes. He was the most independent of them all. For me, he was and still is a guide and teacher. Without his support and advice, I don’t know what would have become of me as a filmmaker. The question, ‘What is an independent filmmaker?’ has nothing to do with being inside or outside of the industry or whether you live in New York or Los Angeles. It’s about determination and strength, having the passion to say something that’s so strong that no one or nothing can stop you. Whenever I meet a young director who is looking for guidance and advice, I tell him or her to look to the example of John Cassavetes, a source of the greatest strength. John made it possible for me to think that you could actually make a movie—which is crazy, because it’s an enormous endeavor, and you only realize how enormous when you’re doing it. But by then it’s too late.

Nothing could have stopped Cassavetes except God, and He eventually did. John died much too soon, but his films and his example are still very much alive. He once said, “You can’t be afraid of anyone or anything if you want to make a movie.” It’s that simple. You have to be as tough as he was. He was a force of nature. — Martin Scorsese

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isnorlax:

Zack Morris wink appreciation post

He sure winks a lot.

It’s that time of year again.

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yeahdude:

Barbara Stanwyck in Hollywood’s Pre-Code era masterpiece, Baby Face (1933).

She really is.

yeahdude:

Barbara Stanwyck in Hollywood’s Pre-Code era masterpiece, Baby Face (1933).

She really is.

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The most solid advice for a writer is this, I think: Try to learn to breathe deeply, really to taste food when you eat, and when you sleep really to sleep. Try as much as possible to be wholly alive with all your might, and when you laugh, laugh like hell. And when you get angry, get good and angry. Try to be alive. You will be dead soon enough.
— Ernest Hemingway  (via apato-saurus)

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