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alessiapelonzi:

Here we go. Another costume sketch: Doctor Lecter wearing a simple grey suit (without the usual vest!) and a peculiar tie.
Please, don’t repost! Just reblog, thanks!

alessiapelonzi:

Here we go. Another costume sketch: Doctor Lecter wearing a simple grey suit (without the usual vest!) and a peculiar tie.

Please, don’t repost! Just reblog, thanks!


Andrzej Mazur - ’Fading Love’
oil on canvas.

Andrzej Mazur - ’Fading Love’

oil on canvas.

lady-wilwarin:

side profile appreciation (x)

Jeff Goldblum in ‘Annie Hall’, 1977

thefilmstage:

Photos by a young Stanley Kubrick, taken in the 1940’s while employed by Look Magazine. [x] [Set 1 of 2]

get out of the way

mikkelsenning:

elvisqueso:

Hannibal, looking at Will,
watching Will lie to his face,
knowing that he’s not going to run off with Will and live happily ever after in Paris or Milan or whatever other European city they romanticize in pictures.
Knowing that he’s not going to do a damn thing but wait because God damnit, God damnit, he loves that man.

nobody touch me.

LOOK at that second gif, oh my God, he’s trying to smile or smirk at Will but it doesn’t come omfhfhdhhd

"I blew all my covers, I’ve got to figure out a new one."
"That might take a while."
"I’m counting on it."

mikkelbabe:

mads + emojis 

bonus:

aftertouchs:

freshfoam:

Art Work by Jama Jurabaev

The energy in these is sublime

sixpenceee:

Lascaux Caves

Lascaux Caves is a complex of caves in southwestern France that is famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings. They contain 900 of the most perfect surviving examples of Upper Paleolithic art. These paintings are estimated to be 17,300 years old. They primarily consist of images of large animals, most of which are known from fossil evidence to have lived in the area at the time.

The caves have been banned to the public since 1963.  Any human presence in the caves is regarded as potentially destructive

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fandomizedrose:

t-shirts, cards, prints, stickers, tote bags available here => http://www.redbubble.com/people/fandomizedrose/works/12324333-hannibal-lecter ;)

fandomizedrose:

t-shirts, cards, prints, stickers, tote bags available here => http://www.redbubble.com/people/fandomizedrose/works/12324333-hannibal-lecter ;)

the-erotic-cannibal:

Anatomic, by Dori Hartley
Truth is beauty
Bones and all
Please share this…don’t let my love go to waste.

the-erotic-cannibal:

Anatomic, by Dori Hartley

Truth is beauty

Bones and all

Please share this…don’t let my love go to waste.

globalvoices:


Mugu, one of the poorest districts in Nepal, doesn’t have a single football stadium. But it does have a star football player as revered as Argentina’s famous son Lionel Messi – and she happens to be a girl.
Sunakali and her team were welcomed home there after winning the women’s national football tournament as if they had won the World Cup in Brazil, reported Mysansar, a popular Nepalese blog.
The young women left their mountainous district for the first time to compete in the tournament in Kailali, a journey of hundreds of kilometers. They walked two days to reach the airstrip, and travelled in a plane, rickshaw and bullock cart for the very first time in their lives. There are no direct roads between Kailali and Mugu, and the ones that do exist are in poor condition.
At the tournament, the Mugu team played with Badikhel Team of Lalitpur district, Baliya Team of Kailali and Team Patharaiya before meeting with Team Tikapur in the finals. Team Mugu won and Sunakali was named the best striker.
It was an impressive achievement for many reasons, including the fact that the young women were only introduced to the sport in 2011. In Mugu, the average life expectancy is reported to be 47 years, with men at 49 and women at 39. Nearly two-thirds of girls aged 15 to 19 are married, and female literacy rate stands at 9 percent. 
When the victorious team returned, locals met them at the airstrip chanting, “Sunakali, like Messi!” Horses were arranged for the young women to ride back to the village, an honor in Mugu where it is unusual for women to ride the animals. 

This Young Woman Footballer Is More Popular Than Messi in Her Remote Village in Nepal

globalvoices:

Mugu, one of the poorest districts in Nepal, doesn’t have a single football stadium. But it does have a star football player as revered as Argentina’s famous son Lionel Messi – and she happens to be a girl.

Sunakali and her team were welcomed home there after winning the women’s national football tournament as if they had won the World Cup in Brazil, reported Mysansar, a popular Nepalese blog.

The young women left their mountainous district for the first time to compete in the tournament in Kailali, a journey of hundreds of kilometers. They walked two days to reach the airstrip, and travelled in a plane, rickshaw and bullock cart for the very first time in their lives. There are no direct roads between Kailali and Mugu, and the ones that do exist are in poor condition.

At the tournament, the Mugu team played with Badikhel Team of Lalitpur district, Baliya Team of Kailali and Team Patharaiya before meeting with Team Tikapur in the finals. Team Mugu won and Sunakali was named the best striker.

It was an impressive achievement for many reasons, including the fact that the young women were only introduced to the sport in 2011. In Mugu, the average life expectancy is reported to be 47 years, with men at 49 and women at 39. Nearly two-thirds of girls aged 15 to 19 are married, and female literacy rate stands at 9 percent. 

When the victorious team returned, locals met them at the airstrip chanting, “Sunakali, like Messi!” Horses were arranged for the young women to ride back to the village, an honor in Mugu where it is unusual for women to ride the animals. 

This Young Woman Footballer Is More Popular Than Messi in Her Remote Village in Nepal