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Sep 15, 2014 / 6,495 notes

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Eva Green in “The Dreamers” / dir. Bernardo Bertolucci / ph: Séverine Brigeot / 2003

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Léa Seydoux at a press conference for Blue is the Warmest Color (2013) directed by Abdellatif Kechiche
Sep 15, 2014 / 5,508 notes

Léa Seydoux at a press conference for Blue is the Warmest Color (2013) directed by Abdellatif Kechiche

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Lo que quedó de ellas no fue vida sino la lista más trivial de hechos mundanos.
Sep 15, 2014 / 105,166 notes

nobodyloveus:

Lo que quedó de ellas no fue vida sino la lista más trivial de hechos mundanos.

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Sep 15, 2014 / 2,136 notes

Ali Michael in 'Bodies of Water' photographed by Chadwick Tyler for Victory Journal #5
Sep 15, 2014 / 26,004 notes

Ali Michael in 'Bodies of Water' photographed by Chadwick Tyler for Victory Journal #5

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Sep 14, 2014

gold & youth - cut lip

banda favorita do ano.

Sep 13, 2014 / 202,625 notes
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Rene Magritte ~ “La folie des grandeurs II ( Megalomania)”

This piece is one of a number of works entitled “La folie des grandeurs (Megalomania)” that Magritte produced in the 1940s - 1960s, depicting three hollow parts of a woman’s body stacked into each other like a set of Russian dolls. In this work, the stacked body parts, though distorted in size, highly resemble the color and feel of flesh. The parts are located next to a burning candle that rests on a windowsill. In the background, a cloud-dotted sky hovers above a glistening blue sea. The sky, like the body, is distorted and appears to be composed of blocks that shift and stack upon each other, much like a puzzle. This work, along with others in the series, inspired a bronze sculpture also entitled “La folie des grandeurs” created in 1967. <source>
Sep 13, 2014 / 166 notes

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Rene Magritte ~ “La folie des grandeurs II ( Megalomania)”

This piece is one of a number of works entitled “La folie des grandeurs (Megalomania)” that Magritte produced in the 1940s - 1960s, depicting three hollow parts of a woman’s body stacked into each other like a set of Russian dolls. In this work, the stacked body parts, though distorted in size, highly resemble the color and feel of flesh. The parts are located next to a burning candle that rests on a windowsill. In the background, a cloud-dotted sky hovers above a glistening blue sea. The sky, like the body, is distorted and appears to be composed of blocks that shift and stack upon each other, much like a puzzle. This work, along with others in the series, inspired a bronze sculpture also entitled “La folie des grandeurs” created in 1967. <source>

Sep 12, 2014 / 10 notes