Friday
18.4.14 at 12:00

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Friday
18.4.14 at 9:36

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inked-virtue:

dxcade:

DO U EVEN LIFT MR WAYNE

Literal burn

Friday
18.4.14 at 2:24

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guys

aru:

if i ever see any of you in public, the code is

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that way we know we’re from tumblr without revealing anything

Thursday
17.4.14 at 21:36

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cestpapillon:

krampuslips:

foxes are the most important animals on earth

im going to keep reblogging this until it isn’t cute anymore

standupcomedyblog:

John Mulaney | The Salt & Pepper Diner

I AM LEGITIMATELY CRYING

Thursday
17.4.14 at 19:16

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10magazine:

JEAN PAUL GAULTIER: FROM THE SIDEWALK TO THE CATWALK

Sean Paul and Jean Paul are two big cultural influences in my life. A retrospective of the latter is opening at London’s Barbican this Wednesday. So naturally I’m feeling very excited. Known for Madonna’s conical bra, for making Diet Coke fashionable and of course, for his avant-garde fashion creations, From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk is the first exhibition devoted to the celebrated French couturier. A whopping 165 designs will be on display, including said conical bra and stage costumes designed for Kylie Minogue. Collaborations with photographers including Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman, Herb Ritts and David LaChapelle will also be there for your cultural consumption. So if, like Andre Leon Talley, your “eyes are starving for beauty honey” then don’t worry because dinner is on the way and let me tell you, it’s going to be a feast. Scroll down and whet your appetite with these sumptuous previews from the upcoming exhibition. Bon appetite!

www.barbican.org.uk

By Ted Stansfield

This exhibition is FANTASTIC. If you’re in the area, you absolutely have to see it - totally jaw dropping. 

Thursday
17.4.14 at 19:12

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So in “Redbeard,” as it’s formed on the soundtrack album, you actually hear in the distance the Watson chords on brass as Sherlock is ascending the staircase because it’s really John… it’s the connection with John that’s giving him the motivation to recover from that situation, so that’s one of the first times really that I can remember, I’m sure I’ll be wrong, where we’ve actively been using the Watson’s chords in a different orchestration.
---Micheal Price, composer of BBC’s Sherlock in his interview with Mary Jo Watts (mid0nz)
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