(Source: waelwulf)

jasper-elings:

Burkitt more
camerxn:

captoon
codespace:

Memories (1995) [x]

codespace:

Memories (1995) [x]

kiuchitatsuro:

mejirushi:

Book cover illustration and sketches for That Man’s True Character, a novel by Shin Ushijima. Client: Nikkei BP

afuchan:

Vagabonds
I’ve been busy with work and I barely have time to squeeze in something I want to do for myself. It’s refreshing.

afuchan:

Vagabonds

I’ve been busy with work and I barely have time to squeeze in something I want to do for myself. It’s refreshing.

lawebloca:

The New York subway system bans canines unless they can fit in a small bag, so this guy trained his pit-bull to calmly sit in his small bag
via

lawebloca:

The New York subway system bans canines unless they can fit in a small bag, so this guy trained his pit-bull to calmly sit in his small bag

via

(Source: gifsboom)

steamxlove:

Steampunk Spiderman illustrations by DenisM79 (Denis Medri). He has lots more, you should check ‘em out! :)

archiemcphee:

Swiss mountaineering photographer Robert Bösch (previously featured here) and Swiss mountaineering outfitter Mammut (previously featured here) make an awesome creative team. In collaboration with groups of impressively skilled and daring mountain climbers, they’ve produced some truly jaw-dropping photos.

The top photo is their most recent creation, a work of spectacular coordination and photographic skill. Shot on the famous Matterhorn in the Pennine Alps, a group of climbers positioned red lights to illuminate the route taken by English explorer Edward Whymper and his team back in 1865 when they became the first people to ascend the Matterhorn.

"…the planning and coordination that was required for this image was nothing short of astounding. Working against time and weather, Bösch and the team toiled endlessly to ensure they captured the best possible results that properly honored those who travelled the mountains before and inspired those who hope to in the future.”

Click here for a behind-the-scenes production video.

Head over to PetaPixel to view additional photos (and making-of videos) by Robert Bösch and Mammut.

mechcanuck:

neptuunium:

u sure bout that netflix

nah nah, netflix gets it

mechcanuck:

neptuunium:

u sure bout that netflix

nah nah, netflix gets it

flute-ninjas-unite:

i-bang-bosendorfers:

into battle

I’ll be there as bassoon as I can

flute-ninjas-unite:

i-bang-bosendorfers:

into battle

I’ll be there as bassoon as I can

(Source: marchingartsphotos)

strangeducks:

home-stuck-in-desert-bluffs:

typette:

sharkchunks:

disneypixar:

A trip down sensory lane.

Filmmakers take note- This five second scene not only fully describes a characters backstory, but the entire reason he acts the way he acts through the film, taking him from a villain to a sympathetic character and justifying a total reversal of his actions in the present. In five seconds, this movie does for the development of a character more than most movies do in two hours. This is why you should be studying Disney and Pixar along with Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, and ignoring professors and elitist students who deride them as “kids stuff.”

wasn’t there a theory that Anton’s childhood cottage is the cottage Remy learned his craft from eavesdropping inside before travelling to Paris, and the recipe he’s tasting really is his mother’s ratatouille?

WHAT

YES

strangeducks:

home-stuck-in-desert-bluffs:

typette:

sharkchunks:

disneypixar:

A trip down sensory lane.

Filmmakers take note- This five second scene not only fully describes a characters backstory, but the entire reason he acts the way he acts through the film, taking him from a villain to a sympathetic character and justifying a total reversal of his actions in the present. In five seconds, this movie does for the development of a character more than most movies do in two hours. This is why you should be studying Disney and Pixar along with Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, and ignoring professors and elitist students who deride them as “kids stuff.”

wasn’t there a theory that Anton’s childhood cottage is the cottage Remy learned his craft from eavesdropping inside before travelling to Paris, and the recipe he’s tasting really is his mother’s ratatouille?

WHAT

YES