1. (Source: aryastraks)

     
  2. 14:43

    Notes: 273

    Reblogged from feuille-d-automne

    Tags: sigh

    feuille-d-automne:

Jean-Louis Forain et Jeanne Bosc à Venise .

    feuille-d-automne:

    Jean-Louis Forain et Jeanne Bosc à Venise .

    (Source: indypendent-thinking)

     
  3. 21:32 14th Apr 2014

    Notes: 493

    Reblogged from lostsplendor

    lostsplendor:

"Rue de la Montagne-Sainte-Geneviève" Paris, France c. 1924 by Eugéne Atget via Metropolitan Museum of Art

    lostsplendor:

    "Rue de la Montagne-Sainte-Geneviève" Paris, France c. 1924 by Eugéne Atget via Metropolitan Museum of Art

     
  4. sepulchralsoubrette:

    theborgiasita:

    here we go! love some costume recycling :) source: xx

    Heeee. Arthur noted the pink one; I was busy fretting about wigs.

    Well, I didn’t technically note it; I merely thought “that dress looks familiar” (as opposed to “that dress belongs to Lucrezia Borgia”). This is hilarious, though.

     
  5. 10:15

    Notes: 114

    Reblogged from partygoatz

    Tags: goats in boots

     
  6. Thanks, Wikipedia.

    Thanks, Wikipedia.

     
  7. 13:42

    Notes: 88

    Reblogged from thestarkalypse

    Tags: entirely accurateasoiaf i guess

    allthingsasoiaf:

Drunk Cersei.

    allthingsasoiaf:

    Drunk Cersei.

     
  8. 20:07 10th Apr 2014

    Notes: 212

    Reblogged from johndarnielle

    To begin with, we must be wary of those who use the word “gratuitous” as an insult.
    — Alain Robbe-Grillet  (via johndarnielle)
     
  9. FINALLY, THOUGHTS ON GOT 4.1

    [this took me a yurr to write but I did not manage to do most of it until I was mildly drunk, so… apologies?]

    As previously discussed, I ADORE the opening sequence, both musically and visually. Everything is so deliberate and artful; obviously it is also rather heavy-handed, but it’s so beautifully done I find it hard to care. The Stark theme gradually being taken over by the Rains of Castamere, that shot from above of Ice, newly molten, sliding into the molds, the wolf pelt going onto the flames (echoing the burning Stark camps at the beginning of 3.10) — it’s soooo hypnotizing while reminding us where exactly we are politically. (Then the seamless segue into the credits sequence! It feels very … simultaneously establishing a new order in which the Starks are NOT the dominant narrative whilst grounding us in the by now extremely familiar theme.)

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  10. awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Yves Montand watching Marilyn Monroe who’s watching Arthur Miller who’s watching Simone Signoret who’s watching Yves Montand

    awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

    Yves Montand watching Marilyn Monroe who’s watching Arthur Miller who’s watching Simone Signoret who’s watching Yves Montand