April 24 2014, 12:56 AM

artchipel:

Silena Lambertini (Italy)

Silena Lambertini is a self-taught photographer based in Italy who creates amazing landscape photographs. With some post processing involved, the mystic light leaves a trail of the total silence.

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Silena Lambertini | artist found at A Lifetime Photography]

April 23 2014, 11:56 PM
April 23 2014, 11:50 PM

raykeichele:

googlebus:

gamefreak108:

nutelligence:

googlebus:

hahahaha you came out of a vagina 

c-section ftw

You were never born then. Just removed.

ouch

Happy removal day, tumor baby

April 23 2014, 11:44 PM

bosshuton:

Seeing your friend’s art on your dash like

image

April 23 2014, 11:42 PM
joachimmurat:

tray-the-tealord:

I still need a portrait on par with this.

I think we all do, honestly.

joachimmurat:

tray-the-tealord:

I still need a portrait on par with this.

I think we all do, honestly.

April 23 2014, 11:38 PM

Airplane! (1980)

April 23 2014, 11:31 PM

joachimmurat:

joachim murat maréchal d’empire lithographie bon à tirer guerres napoléoniennes

*Murat intensifies*

…a good two-word description of practically every day of his life.

April 23 2014, 11:25 PM

Jean Lannes Lectoure Gers Napoléon Premier Empire Duc de Montebello Maréchal d’Empire

April 23 2014, 11:20 PM
taikonaut:

I FUCKED UP.
DON’T LOOK AT ME.

taikonaut:

I FUCKED UP.

DON’T LOOK AT ME.

April 23 2014, 11:20 PM

nitratediva:

William Shakespeare

(April 23, 1564 – April 23, 1616)

"…the nearest thing in incarnation to the eye of god." —Sir Laurence Olivier

"There are only a few artists in all the arts who can be called the best without argument. I can only think of two—Mozart and Shakespeare." —Orson Welles

On this date 450 years ago, a man was born into obscurity. That man would change the world with his writing, leave us the greatest treasure trove of stories and characters in the English language, and ultimately receive the most screen credits for a single person in film history.

So, here’s to Shakespeare and to his legacy in the cinema—an art form that wouldn’t be invented until centuries after his death.