"Film is an avenue that I really want to explore more. I’ve learned that my personality is quite impulsive and spontaneous, so the idea that I could play a character for six months and then play something else immediately after is really appealing to me."
Travis Fimmel photographed by Tony Duran for Flaunt magazine March 2014Fimmel is even-keeled, he exudes a thoughtless vibe, and as much as Fimmel plays it all down, one even has to question how hard he worked to get to his current status. Sometimes his nonchalant nature can come off as arrogant, and it’s easy to imagine he’s often misunderstood, but could care less; he’s just riding the wave. [x]
Interviewer: “If you had one more thing to tell Babe what would it be?”
Bill: “That I’ll be seeing you.”
Rest in peace, Bill Guarnere. Thank you so much for your service.
Stephen Amell and Caity Lotz showing they are perfect for playing Green Arrow and Black Canary.
Since painkillers aren’t doing much for me right now I’ve distracted myself by finally putting some stuff up on my walls. 2 maps of middle earth are totally necessary (my dad got me the bottom left and I won the top right) and the deer skull that snapped off my ring is over the print of Thranduil’s halls bc it totally fits. Maybe one day I’ll finally get around to putting up the Nogutsnoglory prints that have been sitting there for nearly 2 years 🙈
These latest sculptures by New York-based artist Amy Brener are something magical. Made of a combination of materials like resin, pigment, and glass (Brener describes these as “totemic structures…of an imagined future,”) these objects combine natural and artificial aesthetics to create something familiar yet strangely distant from a what we know. As the artist describes:
“Some sculptures may be markers for an unknown border, while others hint at vehicular function. Some surfaces are ordered into compositions that allude to touch-screen platforms, energy cells and the digital logic of a different reality. Other surfaces are left to chance: to crystallize, crack under pressure and weather with time. Common sculpture materials such as resin and concrete shed their associations and morph into geological forms. I enforce approximations of natural processes onto my sculptures. Notions of sedimentation, erosion and fossilization come into play.”
- Erin Saunders
'The Hobbit' alternative universe - The Golden King
Fíli the King under the Mountain rebuilds together with his brother Kíli the reclaimed Lonely Mountain. He rules fair and good over Erebor and Thorin’s Gate in the West and defends it successfully against all enemies. For the next sixty years Durin’s Line lives in peace and wealth. This time will be known as the years of the Golden King.
Siegfried Sassoon in a letter to musicologist Edward Dent, 1915 (via larazontally)
Remember when I blogged this? So I just found out who wrote “Keep the Homes Fires Burning.”
With whom Sassoon had an affair in 1924.
I’d say Sassoon clearly can’t hold a grudge, but the first time he met Ivor Novello he DID flat-out ignore him in petty spite because he hated that song so much. Clearly he got over it though.