Hey, Lucifer

Impossible to please, compulsively critical, and constantly vexed by minor irritants

(Source: hsgn, via banandersonnn)

Whisper of the Heart | 1995 

(Source: heypunchy, via theloqvst)

Movie of the Week



In this video, Richard Brody discusses Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s 1950 classic “All About Eve.”

I could watch All About Eve on repeat forever

(Source: newyorker.com)



1992 feels


(Source: instagram-research)

Not being a theater person but someone who reads a lot of actor Wikipedia entries, in my head Pal Joey, Major Barbara and Hedda Gabbler are all the same romantic comedy about a strong willed and quirky-for-the-time woman chafing against the system before she winds up happily ever after with some male character I don’t care about.


Princess Mononoke print!

(via chirindoloflupibunnyconguito)

(Source: retrosofa, via 11baby11)


Driss Ouadahi

"Before immigrating to Europe and studying at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf, Algerian Driss Ouadahi studied architecture. His paintings of the ubiquitous high-rise, the legacy of Modern Architecture’s failed promise to improve the human condition, are renderings of impenetrable boundaries of steel, glass and concrete."

(via raininginseville)

Sorry for the img dump. I showed a noob around filbert st steps, Washington square park, li po lounge, empress of china and my secret hotel view today so I’m having a simultaneous proud and non plussed moment. (at San Francisco Ferry Building)

at San Francisco Ferry Building

at San Francisco Ferry Building

We all deserve to die

(via close-to-the-knives)


Robert von Haug. 1857-1922. Ein Abschied. 1890.

(via raininginseville)

Fixed. theme by Andrew McCarthy