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Félix Vallotton, Nu couché sur un tapis rouge [détail], 1909

Félix Vallotton, Nu couché sur un tapis rouge [détail], 1909

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wildeux:

Valentin Yudashkin SS 2014

wildeux:

Valentin Yudashkin SS 2014

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worldpaintings:

Whoever already watched The Grand Budapest Hotel is probably wondering, whether the two central paintings in the film are real artworks. Whoever hasn’t watched the film yet, go watch it first and then come back to this post! The film is great!!

The “priceless” painting Boy with Apple in Wes Anderson’s film is actually a 21st-century, made-for-film creation. It was painted by artist Michael Taylor – so it’s a fiction within a fiction that plays delicately with the art history of old Europe, pretending it is a real Renaissance masterpiece.
The artist Johannes Van Hoytl the Younger, to whom this renowned and unimaginably expensive masterpiece is attributed in the film, has much in common with other masters of the Renaissance in northern Europe. In one of the interviews Wes Anderson said, that the reference was intentionally made to kind of Flemish painters. They were trying to suggest that it wasn’t an Italian Renaissance painting, but a more northern one.

When a film’s character realises the painting is missing, he notices a watercolour of lesbian lovers hanging on the wall instead of it, that instantly brings the Austrian genius Egon Schiele in mind. However, Two Lesbians Masturbating was painted by Rich Pellegrinocommissioned to create this Schiele-type erotic painting by Wes Anderson. 

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justcallmefresh:

lillytheillest:

frickenrauhl:

chr0nicle-x:

Is that fucking Beyonce turning into Shakira

wait

woah

Amazing.


SHIT

Look as far as I know I’m mostly straight but NOTHING makes me feel like I could go down on a lady for ages like this video.

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justcallmefresh:

lillytheillest:

frickenrauhl:

chr0nicle-x:

Is that fucking Beyonce turning into Shakira

wait

woah

Amazing.

SHIT

Look as far as I know I’m mostly straight but NOTHING makes me feel like I could go down on a lady for ages like this video.

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— 5 days ago with 166140 notes

paulthomasandersonn:

Leonardo DiCaprio embarrassing himself at the Coachella 2014 (x)

As if this doesn’t make him MORE endearing. Hey Leo, you who else dances like a dorkus malorkus…? THIS GUY. Let’s shuffle and jump around like dummies and have a great time together and then later maybe make out etc.

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jakec:

oneweekoneband:

Coheed and Cambria - “A Favor House Atlantic”

The words you scribbled on the wall / The loss of friends you didn’t have

I recently had the pleasure of spending some time with internet friend (and fellow One Band // One Week-er) Jake Cleland when he came to visit Sydney. After hearing us talking about my upcoming week of Coheed, my girlfriend told a story which I’d completely forgotten: that after a particularly harrowing day in 2005, at the height of my adolescent depression, I called her, distraught. I needed her to do me a very particular favour, because I didn’t have my copy of In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3, and didn’t have any internet access, and I really needed to hear “A Favor House Atlantic”. I asked her to download the song, and then play it down the phone to me. She did, and after it had ended, I was fine. I thanked her and said goodbye.

For many people, this is the Coheed song. Some know it as “Bye Bye Beautiful”, an erroneous title spread through those same P2P clients that led me to the band in the first place (some YouTube videos still use this incorrect title).

It’s not hard to see the appeal, or understand why this has remained the song so many people associate with the band. For one, it’s HOOK after HOOK after HOOK, and by the time the true chorus hits at 1:44 every melody could have been a chorus in its own right. But it’s memorable not just for how catchy it is, but those unfamiliar with prior Coheed material were probably struck with how unusually dark a lot of the lyrics are for such a jubilant piece of music.

Good eye sniper / Here I’ll shoot, you run

Chances are, if someone was to recognise the song without knowing it by it’s true title (or by “Bye Bye Beautiful”, for that matter), they probably know it as “the sniper song”.

This was the first single from IKSSE:3, a dramatically different record from SSTB. A heightened production budget is the most notable change, but the band also focused on the poppier side of their songwriting. “A Favor House Atlantic” exemplifies this, but the fact that it comes between the darkest song on the album (“Al The Killer”) and the most ambitious song on the album (“The Light And The Glass”) is telling of how broad the bands sonic reach still was at this point.

Bonus trivia: the girl who got me into Coheed & Cambria went to UNSW, which is where Alex and I went the night after this conversation.

This song, y’guys! This fucking song!!

— 1 week ago with 43 notes
This is the best idea I’ve ever had 🛀😎

This is the best idea I’ve ever had 🛀😎

— 1 week ago with 6 notes

today i had the most ‘grown up’ day in ages. i had breakfast, put on makeup, cycled to work, gave money to charity, WENT FOR A RUN, and had fish for dinner. like. how did this happen. i know its not a big deal but its a far cry from sleeping in until 9 and having chinese for the 3rd night in a row. 

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