moretsevs:

I think everyone’s mood right now is 

"holy shit"

fullmetal-dipshit:

teenagecentury:

rubbishapples:

July 2nd.

182nd day of the year.

It’s 12pm.

Congratulations you’ve officially wasted half a year.

I finally understand what Blink-182 means.

FUCK


Amy Adams - Elle UK by Jan Welters, July 2013

Amy Adams - Elle UK by Jan Welters, July 2013

peeriet:

30down30more:

lost-in-ana:

calzonastories:

rachelkiley:

What happens to Disney princesses after happily ever after.

This is amazing.

I can’t get over how amazing his timing is.

I tried not to reblog but had too

God dammit I will reblog every time and watch every time

Pocahontas is my favourite LOL

there-were-giants:

Holy hell this is awesome.
Janice Poon is the food stylist for Hannibal. She has a blog where she’s posting what she does, episode by episode. Then she gives you recipes! So if you want to make a Lung and Loin Bourguignonne as the dear Dr Lecter cooks in the first episode, you can.
I first learned about food photography and styling in this fantastic article in the NY Times a year or so ago. It’s absolutely fascinating what goes into making food camera-ready. As someone who works with food for a living, I know that sometimes the best-tasting things don’t look great, and food that is beautiful might not be good…or even be real food.
Janice Poon, by the way, is a jaw-droppingly talented artist, who does all kinds of art from painting to photography to sculpture to food and flower styling. Look at her website and glory in her awesomeness.

there-were-giants:

Holy hell this is awesome.

Janice Poon is the food stylist for Hannibal. She has a blog where she’s posting what she does, episode by episode. Then she gives you recipes! So if you want to make a Lung and Loin Bourguignonne as the dear Dr Lecter cooks in the first episode, you can.

I first learned about food photography and styling in this fantastic article in the NY Times a year or so ago. It’s absolutely fascinating what goes into making food camera-ready. As someone who works with food for a living, I know that sometimes the best-tasting things don’t look great, and food that is beautiful might not be good…or even be real food.

Janice Poon, by the way, is a jaw-droppingly talented artist, who does all kinds of art from painting to photography to sculpture to food and flower styling. Look at her website and glory in her awesomeness.