vehxt:

drakontomalloi:

Claude Monet - Two Willows. N.d., between 1920 and 1926

INCREDIBLE

coffeeandcockatiels:

katalystart:

I found this gorgeous animated short film, which was directed by Ishida YuYasushi.  The stylization and charm reminds me of Studio Ghibli films or anything made by Mamoru Hosoda, the director of Summer Wars and The Girl who Leapt Through Time.

See THIS is why animation is so amazing. They make you feel for a chair. A CHAIR, PEOPLE. Tears! I’m a weeny and I’m crying, so there.

Saints have no moderation, nor do poets, just exuberance.
Anne Sexton, “The Saints Come Marching In” (via elucipher)

(Source: observando)

ophelies:

carnal sins- a mix of lust, sex & religion // listen

"I felt for the tormented whirlwinds, damned for their carnal sins, committed when they let their passions rule their reason.”- Dante Alighieri 

threadbaremillionaire:

I’ve been tired from work and having computer problems, so sorry for the lack of art lately.

I attempted to draw older Gavroche, if he didn’t die at the barricade, though it’s hard not to draw him as a child. Maybe he’s participating in the February Revolution of 1848? But I don’t know much about that.

The Human Machine

morethanthedark:

I posted a robot headcanon thing and Gabby responded with “[insert mandatory les mis au here]”

SO I whipped this out in the middle of my English class (where I am as I write this). 

Side A.

Pairing: E/R
Rating: T+
Summary: Enjolras, still relatively minty-fresh-out-of-the-box, observes Grantaire, who is decidedly more jaded than his robot companion.

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Maisie Williams & Natalie Dormer during the ‘Women Who Kick Ass’ Panel (x)

(Source: rubyredwisp)

irishdancingisntpizza asked:
Yes thank you I've always been a little bothered by the way Aziraphale talked about deamons in front of Crowley I thought I was the only one who noticed thank you for noticing that too

IT’S SO IMPORTANT 

Anonymous asked:
I notice that you like both Les Misérables and Good Omens so you might be a good person to ask: does Combeferre remind you at all of Aziraphale (or the other way around as the case may be) or is my brain simply being silly?

I could understand how they could be compared to one another!

(but now I’m picturing an AU where Combeferre’s Aziraphale and Grantaire’s Crowley oh my god I never thought of it I need that so badly)