1. doubletruth:

Setsuko Hara She appeared in six of Yasujiro Ozu’s films. She is called “the Eternal Virgin” in Japan and is a symbol of the golden era of Japanese cinema of the 1950s. She suddenly quit acting in 1963 (the same year as Ozu’s death), and has since led a secluded life in Kamakura, refusing all interviews and photographs. Her last major role was Riku, wife of Oishi Yoshio, in the 1962 film, Chushingura. She was the inspiration for the protagonist of the 2001 movie Millennium Actress.

    doubletruth:

    Setsuko Hara 
    She appeared in six of Yasujiro Ozu’s films. She is called “the Eternal Virgin” in Japan and is a symbol of the golden era of Japanese cinema of the 1950s. She suddenly quit acting in 1963 (the same year as Ozu’s death), and has since led a secluded life in Kamakura, refusing all interviews and photographs. Her last major role was Riku, wife of Oishi Yoshio, in the 1962 film, Chushingura. She was the inspiration for the protagonist of the 2001 movie Millennium Actress.

    (via noise-wave)

  2. (Source: hupperts, via skyroid)

  3. royalboiler:

    Farel is soo good. 

    (Source: clash-the-truth, via destroycomics)

  4. ongakuneko:

    hanataiyouame:

    ハイスイノナサ / logos

    Revisiting some of their material and fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffuck

    (via musicsketchbook)

  5. garethbunting:

    "The Other Side" is a series of drawings which relates to another art work of the same title, which documents my travels in a gigantic landscape. This series deals with nostalgia as I attempt to recall past experiences and events, and draw them from memory. Memories are distorted and imagination fills in the gaps, thus allowing me to illustrate images from my own mind, and depict a dreamlike world which is realistic, but fantastical.

    These drawings are going up for sale at the Manchester Contemporary art fair in a couple of weeks, so go check them out.

    (via aperturearch)

    comedycentral:

    Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly faced off over white privilege on last night’s Daily Show. Click here to watch the extended interview.

  6. mysteryhibou:

Goodnight everyone

    mysteryhibou:

    Goodnight everyone

    (Source: mrgolightly)

  7. (via skyroid)

  8. (Source: solidusnakes, via captainspaceheart)

    sourcedumal:

    So where all the white folks who talk about how rap dont talk about the issues?

    Yall betta reblog the fuck outta this

    (Source: cartoonsandcheerios, via thepoliticalfreakshow)

  9. thenonbinarysafespace:

    It’s okay to change your identity. It’s okay to discover new and different versions of yourself and it is okay to move forward and completely change your identities as they come and go and are. To be human is to be fluid, to change. You are not invalid for doing so. 

    (via aperturearch)

  10. 
Antonio de Bellis (1616-1656)The Flaying of Marsyas by Apollo (Detail)Oil on canvas, 1637-40

    Antonio de Bellis (1616-1656)
    The Flaying of Marsyas by Apollo (Detail)
    Oil on canvas, 1637-40

    (Source: greuze, via translucentmind)

  11. l0kasenna:

    lunarobverse:

    A brilliant metaphor

    6. Cycle lanes are built just for you, and then the cars drive in those too.

    (via thepoliticalfreakshow)

    superbestiario:

    Nigeria’s Nollywood By Pieter hugo. Pictures of the Nigerian film industry.

    see the serie Hienas by pieter hugo

    (via kawahineaihonua)

I'm Sean. I'm 24. I'm racially ambiguous.
This is a collection of images and text that syncs well with the synapses of my brain.

Butter theme powered by Tumblr