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gracie-law:

Super rare 1982 7” vinyl picture disc of “Cat People (Putting Out Fire)” by David Bowie.

It was a promo produced for the movie’s screening on the closing night of Filmex, the 1982 Los Angeles International Film Exhibition.

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deerjerk:

Double Vision Santa’s Little Helper. 2014

deerjerk:

Double Vision Santa’s Little Helper. 2014

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barrettbiggers:

Princess Mononoke San and the Spirit of the Wolf Digital Painting. By ©2014 Barrett Biggers, The Peoples’ Geek Artist. Highest quality fine art prints available on my Etsy Shop in metallic or matte paper media!This composition is a digital painting artwork featuring San from Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpiece animation Princess Mononoke. My Rendtion of an epic, realistic looking san juxtaposed on a washed/ink/watercolor composition with a loose “wolf spirit” in the distance. I do not claim any creation rights to Miyazaki’s beautiful characters and art, I am simply making fan art renditions based on his characters and themes.

barrettbiggers:

Princess Mononoke San and the Spirit of the Wolf Digital Painting.
By ©2014 Barrett Biggers, The Peoples’ Geek Artist. Highest quality fine art prints available on my Etsy Shop in metallic or matte paper media!

This composition is a digital painting artwork featuring San from Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpiece animation Princess Mononoke. My Rendtion of an epic, realistic looking san juxtaposed on a washed/ink/watercolor composition with a loose “wolf spirit” in the distance. I do not claim any creation rights to Miyazaki’s beautiful characters and art, I am simply making fan art renditions based on his characters and themes.

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And at the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair messy and your eyes sparkling.

allinablur:

Because it’s been 238 years since Jane Austen was born, let’s celebrate it with some snarky, witty Jane (from 22 years until 41):

Next week I shall begin my operations on my hat, on which you know my principal hopes of happiness depend. Letter (1798-10-27)

I do not want people to be very agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them a great deal. Letter to Cassandra (1798-12-24)

I had a very pleasant evening, however, though you will probably find out that there was no particular reason for it; but I do not think it worth while to wait for enjoyment until there is some real opportunity for it. Letter (1799-01-21)

She would tell you herself that she has a very dreadful cold in her head at present; but I have not much compassion for colds in the head without fever or sore throat. Letter to Cassandra (1799-01-21)

I cannot help thinking that it is more natural to have flowers grow out of the head than fruit. Letter to Cassandra (1799-06-11) on decorating her hat

I can recollect nothing more to say at present; perhaps breakfast may assist my ideas. I was deceived — my breakfast supplied only two ideas — that the rolls were good and the butter bad. Letter (1799-06-19)

I believe I drank too much wine last night at Hurstbourne; I know not how else to account for the shaking of my hand today. You will kindly make allowance therefore for any indistinctness of writing, by attributing it to this venial error. Letter to Cassandra (1800-11-20)

We are to have a tiny party here tonight. I hate tiny parties, they force one into constant exertion. Letter (1801-05-21)

The pleasures of friendship, of unreserved conversation, of similarity of taste and opinions will make good amends for orange wine. Letter to Cassandra (1808-06-20)

I am sorry to tell you that I am getting very extravagant, and spending all my money, and, what is worse for you, I have been spending yours too. Letter to Cassandra (1811-04-18)

How horrible it is to have so many people killed! And what a blessing that one cares for none of them! Letter (1811-05-31) referring to the Peninsular War

I will not say that your mulberry-trees are dead, but I am afraid they are not alive. Letter to Cassandra (1811-05-31)

By the bye, as I must leave off being young, I find many douceurs in being a sort of chaperon, for I am put on the sofa near the fire and can drink as much wine as I like. Letter (1813-11-06) on ageing

I cannot help hoping that many will feel themselves obliged to buy it. I shall not mind imagining it a disagreeable duty to them, so as they do it. Letter (1813-11-06) on the reprint of Sense and Sensibility

There are such beings in the world — perhaps one in a thousand — as the creature you and I should think perfection; where grace and spirit are united to worth, where the manners are equal to the heart and understanding; but such a person may not come in your way, or, if he does, he may not be the eldest son of a man of fortune, the near relation of your particular friend, and belonging to your own county. Letter to Fanny Knight (1814-11-18) on finding love

He and I should not in the least agree, of course, in our ideas of novels and heroines. Pictures of perfection, as you know, make me sick and wicked; but there is some very good sense in what he says, and I particularly respect him for wishing to think well of all young ladies; it shows an amiable and a delicate mind. And he deserves better treatment than to be obliged to read any more of my works. Letter to Fanny Knight (1816-03-23)

I could no more write a romance than an epic poem. I could not sit seriously down to write a serious romance under any other motive than to save my life; and if it were indispensable for me to keep it up and never relax into laughing at myself or other people, I am sure I should be hung before I had finished the first chapter. No, I must keep to my own style and go on in my own way; and though I may never succeed again in that, I am convinced that I should totally fail in any other. Letter to Mr. Clarke (1816-04-01)

We saw a countless number of post-chaises full of boys pass by yesterday morning — full of future heroes, legislators, fools, and villains. You have never thanked me for my last letter, which went by the cheese. I cannot bear not to be thanked. Letter to J. Edward Austen (1816-07-09)

I would recommend to her and Mr. D. the simple regimen of separate rooms. Letter (1817-02-20) on Mrs. Deedes having an eighteenth child

[all these quotes belong to Letters of Jane Austen - Brabourne Edition // copy & paste from Wikiquote] 

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jigokuen:

My piece for Qpop's Sailormoon Tribute Show! Come by and say hello and check out equally cool arts!

jigokuen:

My piece for Qpop's Sailormoon Tribute Show! Come by and say hello and check out equally cool arts!

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anagrammaton:

knuckle tats say FOUC AULT

knuck tats saying POST, and on the other hand, having transcended the limitations of the form, STRUCTURALIST

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