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Anything that would make me HAPPY!! =)

iheartmyart:

Brecht Vandenbroucke, Storage Room, 2013

iheartmyart:

Brecht Vandenbroucke, Storage Room, 2013

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iheartmyart:

Brecht Vandenbroucke, the Noise, 2012

iheartmyart:

Brecht Vandenbroucke, the Noise, 2012

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

vagiqua:
Rule #1 of Tumblr:
you must reblog our creator whenever he comes up on your dash
david karp looks through the notes of this post, puts all the urls he sees onto the safe list, then deletes the rest of the blogs. reblogging this post is like when the jews put the lamb’s blood on their doorposts so the angel of death wouldn’t kill their firstborns.
Must reblog for that comment
That comment, my God.. 


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the-absolute-funniest-posts:

vagiqua:

Rule #1 of Tumblr:

you must reblog our creator whenever he comes up on your dash

david karp looks through the notes of this post, puts all the urls he sees onto the safe list, then deletes the rest of the blogs. reblogging this post is like when the jews put the lamb’s blood on their doorposts so the angel of death wouldn’t kill their firstborns.

Must reblog for that comment

That comment, my God.. 

This post has been featured on a 1000notes.com blog.

surrealism:

Easter Sunday Dalí: Gala’s Christ, 1978. Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm.

Late in his life Dalí turned to Catholicism to cope with his own mortality. It’s is one of two images that were intended to be viewed as a stereoscopic pair. Dalí painted these as a gift  for Gala. She hung it in her bedroom in her castle at Púbol.


  The castle at Púbol was a summer retreat that Dalí had had built and decorated for Gala so that she could hide away and entertain her numerous lovers in privacy. Dalí - a keen masochist - delighted in the fact that he was only allowed through the gates of Púbol when in possession of a written invitation from his wife. Portraying a auburn-haired young man mystically suspended on a cross in the manner of Dalí’s celebrated 1951 painting St John of the Cross, Le Christ de Gala is possibly a portrait of the actor Jeff Fenton - a frequent visitor to Púbol - who had played Christ in the film Jesus Christ Superstar and with whom Gala had been infatuated for many years.1




“Lot Notes” (accessed 31 March 2013) Christies.com. ↩

surrealism:

Easter Sunday Dalí: Gala’s Christ, 1978. Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm.

Late in his life Dalí turned to Catholicism to cope with his own mortality. It’s is one of two images that were intended to be viewed as a stereoscopic pair. Dalí painted these as a gift for Gala. She hung it in her bedroom in her castle at Púbol.

The castle at Púbol was a summer retreat that Dalí had had built and decorated for Gala so that she could hide away and entertain her numerous lovers in privacy. Dalí - a keen masochist - delighted in the fact that he was only allowed through the gates of Púbol when in possession of a written invitation from his wife. Portraying a auburn-haired young man mystically suspended on a cross in the manner of Dalí’s celebrated 1951 painting St John of the Cross, Le Christ de Gala is possibly a portrait of the actor Jeff Fenton - a frequent visitor to Púbol - who had played Christ in the film Jesus Christ Superstar and with whom Gala had been infatuated for many years.1


  1. “Lot Notes” (accessed 31 March 2013) Christies.com

mochacafe:

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lilytan:

 

iamlittlemermaid:

This is just so sweet. Not just “cheesy.” But this is the real definition of love. The boy is amazing. He loves the girl no matter what disability the girl have. Love is not about the appearance, the skills, abilities or anything else, If you love someone, You have to prove it. You have to be like, “committed” to that person. You will never leave her no matter what. I hope this is an inspiration to every boy out there. I suddenly realize that there are still people like this. I do hope so.

is this from skins

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