(Source: theepitomeofquiet, via gthegentleman)


Jake Gyllenhaal

Jake Gyllenhaal

(Source: smokingissexy, via smokingissexy)


Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh on the set of A Streetcar Named Desire

Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh on the set of A Streetcar Named Desire

(Source: smokingissexy, via smokingissexy)

vogue-at-heart:

Elsa Hosk in “Candy Color” for Marie Claire Italia, September 2014
Photographed by David Bellemere

vogue-at-heart:

Elsa Hosk in “Candy Color” for Marie Claire Italia, September 2014

Photographed by David Bellemere

(via positivelynoteworthy)

"Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it. Every time a book changes hands, every time someone runs his eyes down its pages, its spirit grows and strengthens."



Carlos Ruiz Zafón, The Shadow of the Wind (via hqlines)


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rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant for the film Wait Until Dark, New York, 1967.

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant for the film Wait Until Dark, New York, 1967.

voxsart:

Raincoat Season Is Coming.
Sean Connery.

voxsart:

Raincoat Season Is Coming.

Sean Connery.

(via gthegentleman)

bled:

(18+)

bled:

(18+)

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endlesslyenraptured:

Ready for the Weekend and Lots of Iced Coffee

endlesslyenraptured:

Ready for the Weekend and Lots of Iced Coffee

(via disimba)

(via disimba)

(via teacoffeebooks)

(Source: parkermassey, via gthegentleman)

amy-ambrosio:

Bette Franke in “Time After Time” by David Bellemere for Porter #4, Fall 2014.

amy-ambrosio:

Bette Franke in “Time After Time” by David Bellemere for Porter #4, Fall 2014.

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(Source: sylviagetyourheadouttheoven, via cinecat)

asylum-art:

Noé Sendas

Berlin based artist Noé Sendas‘ exploration of loss is a central motif underlying in his repertoire. Noe’s work explores the theoretical and material constructs of the body, the observer’s perception mechanisms and the discursive potential of exhibition methods.

Berlin based artist Noé Sendas‘ exploration of loss is a central motif underlying in his repertoire. Noe’s work explores the theoretical and material constructs of the body, the observer’s perception mechanisms and the discursive potential of exhibition methods.

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