The finest nightmares available

Curated by
Jordan Fehr - Sound Designer/Theatre Artist
www.jordanfehr.com
http://500px.com/eighthronin

kohpo:

Children.
Collaborative work with Cory Schmitz.

kohpo:

Children.

Collaborative work with Cory Schmitz.

8bitmonkey:


Full Metal Bitch
Paulius Zakarauskas
Deviant Art
Blog

8bitmonkey:

Full Metal Bitch

Paulius Zakarauskas

Deviant Art

Blog

(via nihilisme)

ilovemyleica:

elements II by sparth on Flickr.
stayforthecredits:

"In South Korea, there is a train called the cinema train. It’s not the whole train, but one section, they show the movie inside the train from Seoul to Paju. The funny thing is, I was in the cinema train and I saw the movie “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” And in the beginning of the movie, there’s a subtitle [that said] “This movie has been re-edited for the train’s duration.” So, for the length of the train ride, they cut it down. They should have just found a shorter movie. I was really pissed off. [laughs]” - Bong Joon-Ho.

stayforthecredits:

"In South Korea, there is a train called the cinema train. It’s not the whole train, but one section, they show the movie inside the train from Seoul to Paju. The funny thing is, I was in the cinema train and I saw the movie “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” And in the beginning of the movie, there’s a subtitle [that said] “This movie has been re-edited for the train’s duration.” So, for the length of the train ride, they cut it down. They should have just found a shorter movie. I was really pissed off. [laughs]” - Bong Joon-Ho.

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huffposttv:

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historicaltimes:

A lone anti-war protester confronts police in Whitehall during the Cuban Missile Crisis, London, 1962 - Photo by Don McCullin -

historicaltimes:

A lone anti-war protester confronts police in Whitehall during the Cuban Missile Crisis, London, 1962 - Photo by Don McCullin -

(via the-history-of-fighting)

otakugangsta:

src via escapist fiction
tsundoku [tsoon-doh-koo]

積ん読 (kanji) つんどく (hiragana)

(noun) This informal, untranslatable Japanese word is a favorite for book lovers, especially for those who yearn for the authenticity of print and love to smell and hold books! Tsundoku is defined as the act of buying books with the purpose of reading them but failing to, thus causing them to accumulate over time.  

  • Etymology: tsumu (to pile up) + doku (to read)

(Source: wordsnquotes.com, via wordsnquotes)

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worldwar-two:

Members of the ship’s company on board HMS KELVIN watching a boxing match beneath a pair of the destroyer’s 4.7 inch guns whilst the ship was in harbour at Malta. [x]

worldwar-two:

Members of the ship’s company on board HMS KELVIN watching a boxing match beneath a pair of the destroyer’s 4.7 inch guns whilst the ship was in harbour at Malta. [x]

(via the-history-of-fighting)

beardsleyjones:

the-actual-universe:

A tilt-shifted image of a shuttle launch from the air. Source unknown, please message me if you have the original source.

So cool.

beardsleyjones:

the-actual-universe:

A tilt-shifted image of a shuttle launch from the air. Source unknown, please message me if you have the original source.

So cool.

(Source: sickpage, via otakugangsta)