miscast in a play

ollivander:

if you’re blue and you don’t know where to go to

why don’t you go where fashion sits

image

vagueversusvogue:

barbie-teacatch:

al-grave:

"What do you play? The Clarinet, you? I play the fucking HAMMER"

I MEAN THE OTHER PLAYER’S FACES THO

the dude in the back knew it was coming, the other dude forgot

vagueversusvogue:

barbie-teacatch:

al-grave:

"What do you play? The Clarinet, you? I play the fucking HAMMER"

I MEAN THE OTHER PLAYER’S FACES THO

the dude in the back knew it was coming, the other dude forgot

tristemorte:

Peter Garfield
Mobile Homes, 1996

artkream:

**Details @ Bottega Veneta FW14**

artkream:

**Details @ Bottega Veneta FW14**

brightwalldarkroom:

“This fellow Keaton seems to be the whole show!”
-The Playroom, 1921.

brightwalldarkroom:

This fellow Keaton seems to be the whole show!”

-The Playroom, 1921.

filmslookingatyou:

Metropolis (1927) by Fritz Lang.

filmslookingatyou:

Metropolis (1927) by Fritz Lang.

totallynotsarcasticsatan:

Russell Brand and Noel Fielding everybody 

jobeyjewface:

That I am.

jobeyjewface:

That I am.

nicolejanelle:

Wow
call-of-cthulhu:

It is so incredibly rare, that you would think Siamese twin fish attached at the stomach would never survive. But at eight months old, these two Nile Tilapia fish in Thailand have found the perfect way to cope with life upside down… or the right way up if you’re the lucky twin. The bigger fish protects its smaller sibling on the bottom, while it in turn looks for food.

call-of-cthulhu:

It is so incredibly rare, that you would think Siamese twin fish attached at the stomach would never survive. But at eight months old, these two Nile Tilapia fish in Thailand have found the perfect way to cope with life upside down… or the right way up if you’re the lucky twin. The bigger fish protects its smaller sibling on the bottom, while it in turn looks for food.