gesshots:

famousnakedbodies:

Monica Bellucci

Totoro helped me realize that it’s okay if I just go on working at drawing manga about stuff like, say… clear, slightly cold water.

— Daisuke Igarashi (via windblownmoonlight)
gatoraid:

Daisuke Igarashi - Children of The Sea
curatedsphere:

Poliamor shot by Terry Richardson
wearethelostdinosaurs:

Lindsey Wixson // Lindsey Wixson as Me… wearing the new line of Terry sunglasses available now at Sol Mascot // September 2011 // Terry Richardson

The world is made up of cities, and the spaces between them. There was a time when I did not know this … For as long as I did not know this, I could not look out upon the sea and the sky without feeling mildly discontent. Now I know; and I feel more discontent than before.

Invisible Cities by Hwei Lim (http://invisiblecities.comicgenesis.com/001.html)

(Because now I want to travel to those cities and see their beauty and their ugliness, their sorrow and their pain. To know the triumphs and devastating defeats of their people. And to share in all of this.)

thisislove:

Some Jake Wyatt goodness!

I am learning every day to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be to inspire me and not terrify me.

— Tracee Ellis Ross (via wordsthat-speak)
peazy86:

夢ビデオ

Anyone who is in love is making love the whole time, even when they’re not. When two bodies meet, it is just the cup overflowing. They can stay together for hours, even days. They begin the dance one day and finish it the next, or—such is the pleasure they experience—they may never finish it.

— Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes (via avvfvl)

I don’t mean to make myself sound more noble than I actually am. I didn’t turn it down. I decided, how much is my soul worth? And I decided it was worth $50,000, because that was the amount of money that would make a substantial change in my life. So I asked for that amount. And they said No, that’s too much, we can’t do that. And I felt a great relief about it.
…If [the play] was bad, not many people would see it. It wouldn’t go on existing in the world like a movie would.

— Alison Bechdel on rejecting the offer to make Fun Home a film. From this great interview. (via goldtunnels)