You actually know a lot about the afterlife - the light, the love, and the life review that flashes before your eyes - but did you know that everyone whose life was ever affected by yours, directly or indirectly, whether you actually met them or not, gives a speech in your honor?
And anyone whose life was affected because of someone whose life you affected, gives a speech?
And so on and so on and so on…
It’s so cool,”
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and we all feel a simultaneous punch to the gut.
but!!!!! this is so important!!!! this is such a potent metaphor for how much bad things are glamorized in our society like eating disorders or self harm and so you have these little kids seeing it made dramatic and beautiful and i just!!!! catching fire u did so good u did so fucking good
Spice World was a cinematic masterpiece and fuck you for thinking otherwise.
I haven’t seen Catching Fire yet, but Katniss’ outfits look great.
i was pretty unimpressed by the costumes in the first hunger games movie, but they REEEEEALLY stepped it up for catching fire. on all fronts, TBH. that movie was incredible.
30 things I want to do during the festive season
Wonderful idea taken from Just Me Leah. I’m excited for this Christmas season and I’m excited for…
JJ Levine “Queer Portraits” 2006- still in progress
Queer Portraits is an ongoing series of large-scale colour photographs of my community in Montreal. This project captures the complex emotional relationships that I have with my friends, lovers, and siblings. My work explores issues surrounding gender, sexuality, and queer space. Each portrait is taken in a different domestic setting, characterized by saturated colours, and often discursive backgrounds. Using professional lighting and a medium format film camera, I create a studio within each home environment, and intentionally place every piece of furniture and object that appears within the frame. These settings are intended to raise questions regarding private queer space as a realm for the development of community and the expression of genders and sexualities that are often marginalized within the public sphere. I am also interested in exploring the relationship between photographer and subject. My work exposes the strong element of trust that exists between myself and my friends as they appear in each photograph. Through these portraits of queer and trans people in my life, I explore my own identity as a genderqueer artist. I am interested in expressing fierceness, beauty, and resistance through the confrontational gaze of my subjects and our collective cultural aesthetic. This goal underlies the intent of this photographic series, and my work as a whole.
Art History Meme [1/8] Artists
↳ Gustav Klimt
I have virtually no opinion on art, but Klimt is my favourite artist.