Relish
Relish
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shabbyandlovely:

Shabby chic Patio | Shabby Chic on We Heart It.
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magictransistor:

Fritz Lang
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lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Game of Thrones Cast by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair, April 2014
lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Game of Thrones Cast by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair, April 2014
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mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
mistermadam:

Rest in Peace Shirley Jane Temple (23. April 1928 - 10. February 2014)
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"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!

"He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together."
- Paul Thomas Anderson


so sad!!!
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art history meme | 9/9 paintings: Nighthawks by Edward Hopper (1942)
Edward Hopper said that Nighthawks was inspired by “a restaurant on New York’s Greenwich Avenue where two streets meet,” but the image, with its carefully constructed composition and lack of narrative, has a timeless quality that transcends its particular locale. One of the best-known images of 20th-century art, the painting depicts an all-night diner in which three customers, all lost in their own thoughts, have congregated. Fluorescent lights had just come into use in the early 1940s, and the all-night diner emits an eerie glow, like a beacon on the dark street corner. Hopper eliminated any reference to an entrance, and the viewer, drawn to the light, is shut out from the scene by a seamless wedge of glass. The four anonymous and uncommunicative night owls seem as separate and remote from the viewer as they are from one another.

art history meme | 9/9 paintings: Nighthawks by Edward Hopper (1942)
Edward Hopper said that Nighthawks was inspired by “a restaurant on New York’s Greenwich Avenue where two streets meet,” but the image, with its carefully constructed composition and lack of narrative, has a timeless quality that transcends its particular locale. One of the best-known images of 20th-century art, the painting depicts an all-night diner in which three customers, all lost in their own thoughts, have congregated. Fluorescent lights had just come into use in the early 1940s, and the all-night diner emits an eerie glow, like a beacon on the dark street corner. Hopper eliminated any reference to an entrance, and the viewer, drawn to the light, is shut out from the scene by a seamless wedge of glass. The four anonymous and uncommunicative night owls seem as separate and remote from the viewer as they are from one another.
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