spookyemporium:

Water + Ink

heartachesandcityscapes:

Incredibles Retro Posters.

Don’t ever change, man.

audreybenjaminsen:

All hail the queen! You do not even know how deep my love for hairless cats goes <3 
And don’t forget to check out my kickstarter project for publishing a concept art/ visual development book HERE! 
All help and generosity is appreciated :) You all are the best. 
Audrey Benjaminsen 2014

audreybenjaminsen:

All hail the queen! You do not even know how deep my love for hairless cats goes <3 

And don’t forget to check out my kickstarter project for publishing a concept art/ visual development book HERE! 

All help and generosity is appreciated :) You all are the best. 

Audrey Benjaminsen 2014

↳ K-movies

2. Madeo (Mother)

Dress to kill
After School
Dress to kill

Dress To Kill - After School

ihatepeeta:

Treat people like Peeta Mellark would treat them

For me, Effie is kind of always the candy in the room. But Effie’s own struggle, because inherently she knows what she’s doing, is horrible —she’s picking kids to go and murder each other and kill each other and die. So with her, it was always having her kind of teetering on shoes that really weren’t balanced, or having her waist always pinched in a little too tight. It’s almost like her own penance to herself, that she can’t quite ever settle into her own life because she always has to be on her toes, and always has to be Effie Trinket. And so that’s a reminder to her that she can never really be relaxed because no one is safe.
- Trish Summerville (Catching Fire’s Costume Designer) on Effie Trinket’s character (via peetasalive)
arszanka:

ayyy its the best character

arszanka:

ayyy its the best character

notprocrastinating:

ah, yes. after a 13 hour flight to the states, i can finally watch the youtube video that wasn’t available in my own country

nickigrants:

I gave up so i decided to be as direct as possible.