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asylum-art:

Street Art byDavid Zinn

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wowaragorn:

Aragorn adjusting Éowyn’s blanket

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-balenciaga:

Robert Abi Nader Haute Couture S/S 2013.

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"Close enough."    

(Source: theanimatedwonders)

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purpleninjafrog:

Remember how Aunt Wu said that Katara would have her third great-grandchild before passing away in her sleep?

Imagine Jinora and Kai having two kids together and then Katara just starts consistently cockblocking them and they have no idea why.

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talesofnorth:

Team Avatar in Book 4

via keyvihn / 2 days ago / 5,390 notes /

Hello, I am Baymax

You work ! This is amazing!

(Source: wounders)

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(Source: coalgirls)

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strangeducks:

home-stuck-in-desert-bluffs:

typette:

sharkchunks:

disneypixar:

A trip down sensory lane.

Filmmakers take note- This five second scene not only fully describes a characters backstory, but the entire reason he acts the way he acts through the film, taking him from a villain to a sympathetic character and justifying a total reversal of his actions in the present. In five seconds, this movie does for the development of a character more than most movies do in two hours. This is why you should be studying Disney and Pixar along with Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, and ignoring professors and elitist students who deride them as “kids stuff.”

wasn’t there a theory that Anton’s childhood cottage is the cottage Remy learned his craft from eavesdropping inside before travelling to Paris, and the recipe he’s tasting really is his mother’s ratatouille?

WHAT

YES

strangeducks:

home-stuck-in-desert-bluffs:

typette:

sharkchunks:

disneypixar:

A trip down sensory lane.

Filmmakers take note- This five second scene not only fully describes a characters backstory, but the entire reason he acts the way he acts through the film, taking him from a villain to a sympathetic character and justifying a total reversal of his actions in the present. In five seconds, this movie does for the development of a character more than most movies do in two hours. This is why you should be studying Disney and Pixar along with Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, and ignoring professors and elitist students who deride them as “kids stuff.”

wasn’t there a theory that Anton’s childhood cottage is the cottage Remy learned his craft from eavesdropping inside before travelling to Paris, and the recipe he’s tasting really is his mother’s ratatouille?

WHAT

YES

via sleekbee / 2 days ago / 81,911 notes /

mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

via seibellissima / 2 days ago / 445,451 notes /
 
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