herochan:

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Part 1) - Posters

In theaters November 21, 2014 (US)

(via:filmhabits)

falvie:

kawacy:

because mega charizard is the boss

I’M SCREAMING AT THIS ART

theartofanimation:

Ville Assinen

sosuperawesome:

Ashley Mackenzie, on Tumblr

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post-impressionisms:

art history meme. 4/9 paintings

The Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog, Caspar David Friedrich (1818).

The Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog reflects the intense melancholy and isolation present in romantic art and literature. The man, possibly the artist himself, stands above a sea of fog with his back to the viewer, staring into vast landscape before him, encouraging the viewer to gaze with him. The milky white fog beneath the man adds to the mystery of the painting. Although he is standing at the top of a hill, he is dwarfed by his surroundings, emphasized by the rise of the mountains in the distance. 

The romantic movement had an almost pantheistic relationship with nature, in that the romantics greatly revered and admired nature. Friedrich especially was fascinated by the isolation and splendor found in the rugged mountains and forests of Germany. Dramatic settings encouraged the exploration of psychological and spiritual themes in romantic art. This romanticizing of the natural world was partly a reaction to the swift modernization of the world in the nineteenth century, when many people turned to nature for refuge from a rapidly changing world. 

zombieteacup:

庭園少女 | とりかわ

(Source: spookubus)

beheadtheprophet:

rene-art:

Realistic Pokémon Series; favourite three Pokémon per type.

Phew, I’ve only done ten of these in about a year. I have so many more to go!

See my other realistic Pokémon sketches and interpretations here.

that fucking houndoom omg

xhxix:

island, digital image, 2011

xhxix:

island, digital image, 2011

positivehardcore:

zenalien:

illumnus:

unlovde:

tardis-are-y0u-drunk-again:

fairytalefaker:

Do you know the horrors that happened where you’re standing?

Life goes on, strange isn’t it?

goosebumps

This is so chilling but fascinating

These were just too intriguing to not reblog

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unhistorical:

Vincent van Gogh (March 30, 1853 – July 29, 1890)

I haven’t got it yet, but I’m hunting it and fighting for it, I want something serious, something fresh—something with soul in it! Onward, onward.