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adulthoodisokay:

I have no idea what’s going on here but I like it. 

Why am I so into this?

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timothywinchester:

THE BEST THING I HAVE MADE!!!


Oh my god dyyyyying

timothywinchester:

THE BEST THING I HAVE MADE!!!

Oh my god dyyyyying

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thranduart:

cosplayadoration:

Hocus Pocus. / Costumes: Castle Corsetry / Models: Birds of Play as Winifred and Sarah Sanderson, Chrissy Lynn as Mary Sanderson & Strange Like That Cosplay as Billy Butcherson / Photographer: Joits Photography 

Goddamnit I want to dress up as the Sanderson sisters so fucking badly for Halloween.

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everything-is-stickers:

fezwhatfez:

thequietpagan:

bywandandsword:

Fucking shit

This is simultaneously cool-looking and absolutely terrifying.

i was like, ohhhh what adorable little - AHHHHHH NO

OOOH NO

everything-is-stickers:

fezwhatfez:

thequietpagan:

bywandandsword:

Fucking shit

This is simultaneously cool-looking and absolutely terrifying.

i was like, ohhhh what adorable little - AHHHHHH NO

OOOH NO

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bookoisseur:

I AM A DELIGHT

bookoisseur:

I AM A DELIGHT

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immox:

I will always reblog this whenever it appears in my dashboard.

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bobbycaputo:

Impressive 3-Storey Treehouse Built as a Labor of Love

In 2004, Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez purchased Camp Wandawega, his childhood getaway, with the intention of preserving its old buildings and cabins. Surratt’s father christened the newly-obtained property by hanging a rope swing on the giant elm located in the center of camp. Sadly, he passed away a year and a half later, and almost immediately afterwards the couple found out that their beloved tree had Dutch Elm disease. Surratt was devastated and couldn’t bring herself to cut it down. Despite its disease, the tree was still strong, and it inspired them and their friends to think about using it in a big way. What resulted was an impressive three-storey treehouse that was built as a labor of love.

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I want this in my life.

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I feel like most of my life choices can be summed up with this gif:

zimriya:

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wnyc:

Summer is coming.
-Sean, Studio 360

wnyc:

Summer is coming.

-Sean, Studio 360

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Kit Harington for GQ USA April 2014

Kit Harington for GQ USA April 2014

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Everyone needs a dancing Tywin Lannister.

Everyone needs a dancing Tywin Lannister.

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cinephilearchive:

One of the greatest child performances in film history: Jean-Pierre Léaud’s audition for ‘The 400 Blows.’ New, restored high-definition digital film transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack is out now on Criterion.

Is it true that you placed an ad in the newspaper France Soir to recruit the boy who would play the hero of ‘The 400 Blows’?
Yes. I didn’t like the idea of finding a kid on the street and asking his parents, “Would you let him make a movie with me?” For this first feature film of mine about children, I wanted the children to be willing—both the children and their parents. So I used the ad to get them to come to a studio near the Champs-Elysées, where I was doing 16-mm. screen tests every Thursday. I saw a number of boys, one of whom was Jean-Pierre Léaud. He was more interesting than all the rest, more intense, more frantic even. He really, really wanted the part, and I think that touched me. I could feel during the shoot that the story improved, that the film became better than the screenplay, thanks to him. —François Truffaut’s Last Interview

My partner in crime filmschoolthrucommentaries compiled virtually every camera movement in François Truffaut’s ‘The 400 Blows.’ —Movements: The 400 Blows + analysis

Notebook containing the first draft of the screenplay for ‘The 400 Blows’ (plus Truffaut searches for a title for his first feature film in “François Truffaut at Work” by Carole Le Berre, New York: Phaidon, 2005, p. 26):

Looking for Truffaut’ (2009) — a documentary charting the trajectory of one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. “This documentary probes into the director François Truffaut, who lived a life as remarkable as his films. Originally spurned by the French film establishment for his outspoken views, he went on to win best director at the Cannes Film Festival with his debut ‘The 400 Blows,’ change the face of cinema in France and across the world with his New Wave contemporaries, and enjoy unprecedented success among audiences and critics alike. An artist of major importance and influence, this film looks at the man behind the movies and the reasons behind his enduring legacy.”

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bexlogic:

Always reblog Richard Ayoade. ♥

I’m so happy he’s on twitter.

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katienotopoulos:

butterteam:

still me sorry

HOW MANY CATS YOU GOT BRO SHIT


I wish this happened to me

katienotopoulos:

butterteam:

still me sorry

HOW MANY CATS YOU GOT BRO SHIT

I wish this happened to me

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