calamitafrigo:

Tom Waits
photo by Michael Tighe

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will-think-about-a-name-later:

dex5m:

Doctor, Sherlock wants his shirt back.

welcome to the BBC, we have twelve actors three writers and ten props

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oscarwetnwilde:

A Bit Of Fry And Laurie- Season 4 Cocktail Ending.

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classic-art:

The Reading

Ettore Tito, 1907

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enseeseven:

A more detailed picture of the model for Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame set design! Far better than the tiiiny pictures in my last post =)

Set by Alexander Dodge.

via jennyfaj

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30 DAY MOVIE CHALLENGE: DAY 15

↳ Your Favorite Quotes From Any Movie - The Room

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classic-art:

The Raft of the Medusa, Sketch

Théodore Géricault, 1818

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saltwaterandink:

quicksandbuddy:

Egyptian mythology is best mythology

ISIS

NO

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seananmcguire:

thehighwayphantom:

i-am-momo-senpai:

#not the most dangerous thing in austrailia

Australians would make the worst horror/apocalpyse/zombie movie characters.
Oh Zombies. Meh, I’ll deal with them after a cold one….
The earth is on fire…. Again?! 

"There was one thing no one considered, however: Australia was populated by Australians.  While the rest of us were trying to adapt to a world that suddenly seemed bent on eradicating the human race, the Australians had been dealing with a hostile environment for centuries.  They looked upon our zombie apocalypse, and they were not impressed.
“After the Rising was over, life for Australians went on much as it had before.  They went to work, went to the pub, and endeavored not to die whilst living in a country that contained the lion’s share of the world’s venomous snakes, deadly spiders, and other such vermin.  The addition of zombie kangaroos—and worse, zombie wombats—did nothing to change the essential character of the nation.  If anything, global response to the Rising only confirmed something that many Australians had quietly believed for quite some time: if forced to live in Australia for a year, most of the world’s population would simply curl up in a fetal ball and die of terror.”
— “How Green This Land, How Blue This Sea.”

seananmcguire:

thehighwayphantom:

i-am-momo-senpai:

#not the most dangerous thing in austrailia

Australians would make the worst horror/apocalpyse/zombie movie characters.

Oh Zombies. Meh, I’ll deal with them after a cold one….

The earth is on fire…. Again?! 

"There was one thing no one considered, however: Australia was populated by Australians.  While the rest of us were trying to adapt to a world that suddenly seemed bent on eradicating the human race, the Australians had been dealing with a hostile environment for centuries.  They looked upon our zombie apocalypse, and they were not impressed.

After the Rising was over, life for Australians went on much as it had before.  They went to work, went to the pub, and endeavored not to die whilst living in a country that contained the lion’s share of the world’s venomous snakes, deadly spiders, and other such vermin.  The addition of zombie kangaroos—and worse, zombie wombats—did nothing to change the essential character of the nation.  If anything, global response to the Rising only confirmed something that many Australians had quietly believed for quite some time: if forced to live in Australia for a year, most of the world’s population would simply curl up in a fetal ball and die of terror.”

— “How Green This Land, How Blue This Sea.”

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classic-art:

Woman with Umbrella

Marie Bracquemond, 1880

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