cindehella:

the screen writing on this movie was really something else

(via grandpa-bergman-dad)

lapitiedangereuse:

“If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”

lapitiedangereuse:

“If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”

(via jsbirds)

kula107:

*keeps neutral face while wife watches my reaction during this scene*

(Source: apoptotique, via spectaclemanifestant)

plasmatics-life:

Sea Jelly Spectacular ~ By Mai
abystle:

Calendrier Magique (October),  Manuel Orazi, 1895.

abystle:

Calendrier Magique (October),  Manuel Orazi, 1895.

(via vibratingsounds)

wandrlust:

David Hemmings and Veruschka von Lehndorff in Blow-Up, 1966 — Tazio Secchiaroli
artisticmoods:

Colette Calascione

zagremuhina:

the godfather (1972), francis ford coppola

(via robertdinnero)

ggwookie:

Albrecht Dürer
Melencolia I
1514, engraving, 238x186mm

ggwookie:

Albrecht Dürer

Melencolia I

1514, engraving, 238x186mm

(via nothing-but-vices)


Rome 1963.
Federico Fellini.

Rome 1963.

Federico Fellini.

(Source: voxsart, via expanderset)

art-and-fury:

Dream of the Hungry Ghost (detail) - Colette Calascione based on Max Ernst collage (Une Semaine de Bonte)

art-and-fury:

Dream of the Hungry Ghost (detail) - Colette Calascione based on Max Ernst collage (Une Semaine de Bonte)

chagalov:

Jorge Luis Borges, Buenos Aires, 1975-76 -by Willis Barnstone

I think that time is the most essential mystery. Other things may be mysterious. Space is unimportant. You can think of a spaceless universe, for example, a universe made of music. We are listeners of course. But as for time, you have the problem of definition.— Jorge Luis Borges, at University of Chicago, May 1980

photo and quote from : ’Borges at 80 - Conversations’, Ed. by Willis Barnstone (New Directions Books, 2013)

chagalov:

Jorge Luis Borges, Buenos Aires, 1975-76 -by Willis Barnstone

I think that time is the most essential mystery. Other things may be mysterious. Space is unimportant. You can think of a spaceless universe, for example, a universe made of music. We are listeners of course. But as for time, you have the problem of definition.
— Jorge Luis Borges, at University of Chicago, May 1980

photo and quote from : Borges at 80 - Conversations’, Ed. by Willis Barnstone (New Directions Books, 2013)

(via hermosanikita)