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reading: attack on titan by hajime isayama, egghead by bo burnham
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“To be honest, it’s been very surreal for me,” said Maslany. Her shoulders drooped a little and the volume of her naturally lively voice dropped considerably. When asked why she’d suddenly started whispering, Maslany’s face turned red. “I’m embarrassed,” she confessed. “I know that there’s a following now, and we have our fans and our critics who’ve been really good to us and taken us to that next level. But the only world I can understand is about the work. This other thing feels very foreign to me.” [x]


Palau St Jordi, Barselona, 28.01.2012

There’s a hole in my soul
I can’t fill it I can’t fill it


Cinna has turned me into a mockingjay.


me every time there is a cat regardless of the situation  (via wolfingout)

make me choose | anonymous asked: Amy or Rory

I am the Bad Wolf. I create myself. I take the words. I scatter them … in time, and space. A message to lead myself here.


I don’t want to make you
but I detect a note of
f o r g i v e n e s s

destiel graphics challenge
mishangeles vs condemnedcas
prompt: forgiveness

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.


The Veiled Ghosts of Livio Scarpella

by Caro Posted on April 14, 2014

The work of Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella turns good and evil into delicacy.  This group of sculptures, named “Ghosts Underground”, depicts lost souls anguishing beneath the effect of a thin veil.  Scarpella’s interest in this subject was inspired by a trip to the Sansevero Chapel in Naples, home to Antonio Corradini’s “Veiled Christ”.  Before that time, he mostly exhibited paintings for a decade. By mixing influences of Rococo sculptors like Corradini with modern iconography, Scarpella explores a struggle with religious faith.  He couples his “blessed” and “damned” figures with light and dark colored mineral rocks, like amethyst and quartz, inside the chest.  They are hardened hearts that embody the ghost hidden within.  Scarpella takes this idea to a new level in his recent work. His exhibit “Fuori dal Tempo” (“Out of Time”) now showing at Gallery Gomiero in Italy, looks at the theme of sin without repentance.  Undeniably, Scarpella pursues a morbid imagination dominated by smug virtue and natural beauty.

“Fuori dal Tempo” by Livio Scarpella is on view at Gallery Gomiero in Milan, Italy through April 26.

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June 2014 Vanity Fair shoot behind the scenes [x