moved to lehnsheirr
nicki, sixteen. this blog is for archive purposes only, i remade and am now at lehnsheirr for the foreseeable future.

yo a number of people still follow me on here just gonna say my new blog is pretty cool and also actually active so u should follow me on lehnsheirr xx

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i remade

admittedly this was a bit of a spontaneous decision but anyway, i remade my blog and so will no longer be using this one. it’s going to stay up so i don’t lose three years of blogging in case i want to reminisce or whatever, but it won’t be active. if you want to keep following me, my new blog is lehnsheirr and will be pretty similar.

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magicconchshell:

when i check my activity on tumblr i feel like the ceo of a failing company 

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volcranis:

Aerial photos of Botswana wildlife by Zack Seckler

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typical nbc hannibal script

  1. will: i am a dark metaphor seething into the deep core of my own Ass i want to smell the screams of all the people who have ever wronged my delicate mind
  2. hannibal played by mads mikkelsen who is wearing 12 plaid suits at once and looks like he just dunked his head in a bucket of crisco: and how does that make you feel
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likeafieldmouse:

Idris Khan

"Drawing his inspiration from the history of art and music as well as key philosophical and theological texts, Idris Khan investigates memory, creativity and the layering of experience. Khan’s works rely on a continuous process of creating and erasing, or adding new layers whilst retaining traces of what has gone before."

"The process allows the artist to tease out certain areas adjusting the source material so that the soul of the piece is manifested in Khan’s accreted interpretation.

For example, in Struggling to Hear… After Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonatas, Beethoven’s entire series of sonatas becomes a dense wall of near blackness; a virtual illustration of the composer’s deafness.”

1. Rachmaninoff…Preludes

2. Toscanini’s Last

3. Voices

4. Struggling to Hear…After Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonatas

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“Robbers’ is a love song, it was originally inspired by my love of the Quentin Tarantino film ‘True Romance’, the story of an Elvis obsessed loner who falls in love and marries a prostitute. In the movie the couple run away to California after killing her pimp and stealing his drugs to start a new life financed by a once in a lifetime drug deal. It’s the sentiment behind the film that appeals to me, the hopelessly romantic notion that two people can meet and instantly fall in love, an escape story where love is the highest law and conquers all against the odds. Characters like Bonnie and Clyde always appealed to me as a teenager - couples so intoxicated with one another that they fear nothing in the pursuit of the realisation of each other, actions fueled by blind unconditional love. ‘Robbers’ is an ode to those relationships. The type of relationship all humans long for. All or nothing. This video is about when love makes two people feel they are the centre of the universe.” - Matty Healy

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She’s commanded men. She’s killed men. And she knows who she is.

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Elie Saab Fall-Winter 2013-2014

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Masquerade Magazine September 2013 by Pierre Dal Corso

Masquerade Magazine September 2013 by Pierre Dal Corso

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i hate gary’s dad what a dick but he just ate a puzzle piece i am laughing

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