Lai. 18. Brazil. Law student. Multifandom wreck trying to speak English.














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harrypotterdailly:

Here’s your ticket. Stick to it, Harry, it is very important. Stick to it.

631 plays | by Bauhaus

ktrkradio:

All We Ever Wanted Was Everything | Bauhaus

disneydamselestelle:

scottylubemeup:

THIS WAS A CHILDRENS MOVIE

A CHILDRENS BIBLE MOVIE

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Amen

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(Source: pocketmoony)

decreed:

cocktailqueen:

mercenaryyqueen:

never loved a gif so much

this is kinda creepy tho

The story behind this painting is very interesting, though.  The artist’s mother was very sick, so the house was always filled a suffocating silence.  This painting depicts him wanting to scream, but having to be silent, hence the anguished expression.  In the whole painting you see figures in the background, one of which is his sister.

LIES. This painting is one of my very favorites and I can tell it has nothing to do with the artist’s (whose name is Edvard Munch) mother. The Scream is part of a series of identical works called The Scream of Nature and it is about how overwhelming nature can be, how fragile all our lives are if compared to the enormous and timeless world around us. It is basically an existential crisis. Munch got inspired to paint it while walking beside a norwegian fjord and hell, I can’t blame him for feeling overwhelmed. Those things are huge and you can feel very small next to them.
Here’s a piece of Munch’s diary describing his inspiration for the painting:
"I was walking down the road with two friends when the sun set; suddenly, the sky turned as red as blood. I stopped and leaned against the fence, feeling unspeakably tired. Tongues of fire and blood stretched over the bluish black fjord. My friends went on walking, while I lagged behind, shivering with fear. Then I heard the enormous infinite scream of nature."
Munch’s mother died when he was five, but one of his younger sisters was hospitalized in a mental asylum for a long time and that may have played a part in The Scream’s composition. 
Also, the source for the amazing short film that originated this gif is here and I totally encourage you to watch it!

decreed:

cocktailqueen:

mercenaryyqueen:

never loved a gif so much

this is kinda creepy tho

The story behind this painting is very interesting, though.  The artist’s mother was very sick, so the house was always filled a suffocating silence.  This painting depicts him wanting to scream, but having to be silent, hence the anguished expression.  In the whole painting you see figures in the background, one of which is his sister.

LIES. This painting is one of my very favorites and I can tell it has nothing to do with the artist’s (whose name is Edvard Munch) mother. The Scream is part of a series of identical works called The Scream of Nature and it is about how overwhelming nature can be, how fragile all our lives are if compared to the enormous and timeless world around us. It is basically an existential crisis. Munch got inspired to paint it while walking beside a norwegian fjord and hell, I can’t blame him for feeling overwhelmed. Those things are huge and you can feel very small next to them.

Here’s a piece of Munch’s diary describing his inspiration for the painting:

"I was walking down the road with two friends when the sun set; suddenly, the sky turned as red as blood. I stopped and leaned against the fence, feeling unspeakably tired. Tongues of fire and blood stretched over the bluish black fjord. My friends went on walking, while I lagged behind, shivering with fear. Then I heard the enormous infinite scream of nature."

Munch’s mother died when he was five, but one of his younger sisters was hospitalized in a mental asylum for a long time and that may have played a part in The Scream’s composition. 

Also, the source for the amazing short film that originated this gif is here and I totally encourage you to watch it!

tennants-hair:

am i too late or

tennants-hair:

am i too late or

watsoh:

why is sherlock’s brother called minecraft

afloweroutofstone:

Do Not Ever Forget This

(Source: mewmii)

sherlockspeare:

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tralalayahoho:

[full view for higher quality!] some sketches based off of the ever so amazing ‘All He Ever Wanted’ by the equally amazing sascake! its super beautiful and emotional and I’d definitely recommend reading it! ; v ;

read it here: ch 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7