because I’m going to help him figure out who killed Laura. 

The Hour you can’t afford to miss. 

mpdrolet:

From Iceland

Jonathan Smith

"Dan, you’re like the closest person I’ve ever met to the guy in America Psycho. And I think you might think that that’s a compliment, but that’s just because a part of your brain is missing.” 

cinemove:

Before Sunrise (1995)

allthingseurope:

Turin, Italy (by Sofia Hassan)

Le Soir (detail) by Gabriel Ferrier (1847-1914)

oil on canvas, 1911

Sometime ideas, like men, jump up and say ‘hello’. They introduce themselves, these ideas, with words. Are they words? These ideas speak so strangely. All that we see in this world is based on someone’s ideas. Some ideas are destructive, some are constructive. Some ideas can arrive in the form of a dream. I can say it again: some ideas arrive in the form of a dream.

Rushmore (dir. Wes Anderson, 1998)

bisexualoberynmartell:

mythology meme » 2/9 deities » SARASWATI

saraswati is the hindu goddess of wisdom, knowledge, art, music and nature, part of the trinity of saraswati, lakshmi and parvati. together, they help brahma, vishnu and shiva create, maintain and destroy the universe. as a goddess of knowledge she is strongly associated with flowing water, and is depicted as a beautiful woman to portray the concept of knowledge as alluring. she is usually shown wearing a spotless white sari and riding either a white lotus or swan, often holden a veena (indian lute). originally a river goddess, saraswati now represents intelligence, consciousness, cosmic knowledge, creativity, education, enlightenment, music, the arts, eloquence and power. she is worshipped for the divine knowledge necessary to reach moksha, or freedom from the cycle of death and rebirth. she is usually associate with white, to symbolize absolute truth and the experience of the highest reality, but is occasionally associated with yellow for the mustard plants that bloom during her festival in the spring.

radicalbanal:

Walter Crane. Flowers from Shakespeare’s Garden: a posy from the plays (London Cassell & Co. litographies, 1906).

LLMNS