revolution from dreams
veronika. 21. hungarian firstborn. a reader and listener.
colourthysoul:

Howard Pyle - Why seek ye the living in the place of the dead? (1905)

colourthysoul:

Howard Pyle - Why seek ye the living in the place of the dead? (1905)


Oh my gosh, that is exactly what it is like to be deaf. You know there are conversations going on and they may as well be empty speech bubbles on a page." (Leah Coleman, the girl who inspired Matt Fraction to write Clint’s hearing loss into the Hawkeye storyline)

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haforcere:

Best-friendship in the MCU. A summary.

haforcere:

Best-friendship in the MCU. A summary.


get to know meme - [1/5] favorite actresses: Léa Seydoux

↳ I am about life. I surround myself with beautiful things. I work hard to have a better life. This job helps me achieve that through the people I meet. I’m lucky – not to have been a cover girl – but to have been able to meet all these people, to live these adventures and travel so comfortably. But despite that, it’s still difficult. Nothing comes easily. Everything I‘ve earned is down to me, and no one else


detailsdetales:

Dante and Virgile in Hell, detail (1850)

William-Adolphe Bouguereau



theshriekingsisterhood:

#gotg movie spoilers

Ok so we all know how badass Gamora is but can we also talk about how kind she is?

Can we talk about a woman who has endured terrible abuse for the vast majority of her life, who still wants to save a world that has taken so much from her? 

Can we talk about her betraying her abuser, the most powerful being in the universe, because she couldn’t bear the thought of being party to any more death?

Can we talk about Gamora who forgives her sister for trying to kill her because they share the same scars, reaching out for her hand and asking her to join them?

Can we talk about Gamora, the first to share the pain of the infinity stone with Peter Quill, who will not let him suffer alone, who was willing to risk death for the slimmest chance that she can still save others?

Can we talk about Gamora who has no reason to trust anyone, who has lost so much, willing to risk her life?

Can we talk about Gamora who is so kind and so good?


Run (coming never)

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artemisdreaming:

Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)
The Slave, 1920
American, 20th century
Graphite on dark cream laid paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.48 (harvardartmuseums.org)

artemisdreaming:

Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)

The Slave, 1920

American, 20th century

Graphite on dark cream laid paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.48 (harvardartmuseums.org)


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