lighting fools the way to dusty death

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laclefdescoeurs:

Zwei Katzen, 1923, Théophile Steinlen

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greeneyes55:

Siena Italy 1979 

Photo: Hervé Guibert 

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u scared them

must be!

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halloween name change

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jadeyscum:

I think we all got a little bit more gay this year

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014),
dir. by Wes Anderson

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demonguts:

lower density made this brush decent squint

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femme-de-lettres:

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To be honest, dear reader, there are many things about August Friedrich Albrecht Schenck’s circa 1878 Anguish that I find a little bit tedious.

It’s not exactly groundbreaking to anthropomorphize animals into some sort of vague allegory of motherly bravery in an uncaring world—and the low-angle view of an unforgiving winter landscape tips the composition into the realm of melodrama.

There is one touch, though, that I consider worth pointing out—the means by which Schenck conveys the lead-up to the scene: the snow.

A flat wedge of snow beneath one of the lamb’s front legs records its death throes, while the foot-printed paths around the edges show where the crows have circled—judging by the quantity of prints, for some time.

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nargyle:

Some scribbles of The Piemaker because I’ve been marathoning Pushing Daisies again 

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