OLD CHRIS.

"Pain or damage don't end the world, or despair, or fucking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man - and give some back."

theofmoviestills:

~~~~~CINEMATIC PARALLELZ~~~~~

Persona | Ingmar Bergman | 1966

La Pointe Courte | Agnès Varda | 1955

Last Year at Marienbad | Alain Resnais | 1961

Southern Hospitality | Ludacris | 2000

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thekimonogallery:

Eagle on a Pine Branch in the Rain.  Woodblock print.  About 1780’s, Japan, by artist  Nishimuraya Yohachi (Eijudô).

thekimonogallery:

Eagle on a Pine Branch in the Rain.  Woodblock print.  About 1780’s, Japan, by artist  Nishimuraya Yohachi (Eijudô).

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ignissannat:

Freshwater Nixie,  River Troll and Atlantic Sea King from Arthur Spiderwick’s Field Guide to the Fantastical World

Mermaids from this book - here

netscapeshawty:

math

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humansofnewyork:

Of course the time I leave my camera at home, I run into this guy. Had to snap a pic with my phone anyway. He was making farm animal noises at passing pedestrians. “Got to make the best of it,” he said.

humansofnewyork:

Of course the time I leave my camera at home, I run into this guy. Had to snap a pic with my phone anyway. He was making farm animal noises at passing pedestrians. “Got to make the best of it,” he said.

tom-chippendale:

By Tom Chippendale.  Insta @chippendaleosc

tom-chippendale:

By Tom Chippendale.
Insta @chippendaleosc

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russian-criminal-tattoos:

Various Thieves’ Stars - I

Top-right: The tattoo of an authoritative pickpocket, nicknamed ‘Yasha the Pianist’. A university dropout, he was very experienced and careful. Two crews of policemen from the Pickpocket Detention Unit of the Department of Internal Affairs in Lenoblgorispolkom, had been trying to catch him for a week. They finally caught him red-handed in the Passage Department Store. The tattoo means: ‘May God give me wisdom, luck, and power’. After his last term in prison in the 1970s, he emigrated to Israel. 1963.

Top-left: The tattoo of a thief and robber nicknamed ‘Afghani’. After being detained at Moskovsky Railroad Station as a homeless person, he was taken to a detention centre to have his ID checked. He turned out to be wanted by the Kiev Department of Internal Affairs for a series of robberies, and fleeing from a Ukrainian prison escort. ‘Afghani’ was ethnically Russian, born in Kharkov. 1989.

Bottom-right: A thieves’ tattoo called a ‘Personal File’ or a ‘Cross of Articles’. The numbers refer to the articles of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR under which the bearer, nicknamed ‘Vanya the Key Keeper’, was sentenced. He was being treated for delirium tremens. 1970s.

Bottom-left: One of the numerous ‘counterfeit’ tattoos imitating a true thieves’ tattoo. Worn by shushera and shelupen [petty thieves] who attempt to gain influence among inmates in prisons where nobody knows them. They insult the wardens and intentionally seek conflict with the prison authorities in their attempts to show off in front of other prisoners. They are usually punished by their fellow inmates using ‘Lenin’s method of persuasion by force’ - a beating. It takes a long time for them to recover from such ‘persuasion’. 1940s-50s.

thefusethatburns:

thirtymilesout:

June Carter Cash, (June 23, 1929 – May 15, 2003)
Remembering June, who died this day in history.
(photo 1956)

let’s all say it together: “Mrs. Cash was fiiiiiiiiiine.”

thefusethatburns:

thirtymilesout:

June Carter Cash(June 23, 1929 – May 15, 2003)

Remembering June, who died this day in history.

(photo 1956)

let’s all say it together: “Mrs. Cash was fiiiiiiiiiine.”

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