Never quite thought of it that way. I’ll never look at the sky the same way again.
Instead of just looking up into the sky, you’re actually gazing down into the infinite cosmic abyss, with only gravity holding you onto the surface of the earth.
i was not prepared for that
well, this is a new experience. I’m lying in this lincoln center dressing room with the lights off and a bag of ice on my head from getting clocked by a boom stand and there’s a knock on the door and it’s a dog sniffing for explosives. time to go into finance. #WorkHazards
I met Malcolm McDowell at Dark Delicacies when Lil was a little girl. Somewhere around here, I’ve got a picture of the two of them together. It was nerve-wracking for me at first: I don’t get starstruck very easily, but dood — this is someone I’ve had a perversely strong crush on since I was 8. Turns out, he was incredibly sweet, very down-to-earth, and spent the better part of an hour talking to me about raising kids. Turns out, he has a son, Seamus, that is just a little bit younger than Lilith.
Anyway, he’s the friggin’ best. Who the hell would have thought that I’d someday discuss potty training with Alex?
Cleo de Merode. Late 1890s.
“Jarvis’s holographic keyboard designs were replete with exotic symbols and undefined characters. Meinerding adapted keyboard characters from sources as diverse as mythology and electrical engineering figures…The net result of such subtleties reinforces that the mind of Tony Stark is so advanced that he and Jarvis are essentially speaking to each other in a language uniquely their own.” - The Art of Iron Man
“I was inspired by insect queens for this collection. To portray an array of characters, I used a new technique that I developed to create shapes and texture in the hair. I used juxtaposing forms and quirky dimensions to create this effect, and referenced historical and modern architecture to create the bold structures. I worked closely with the photographer, stylist and make-up artist to bring my vision to life.”
HJ’s 2011 Avant Garde Hairdresser of the Year Indira Schauwecker, Toni & Guy
“Is Draco alive? Is he in the castle?” The whisper was barely audible; her lips were an inch from his ear, her head bent so low that her long hair shielded his face from the onlookers. “Yes,” he breathed back. He felt the hand on his chest contract; her nails pierced him. Then it was withdrawn. She had sat up. “He is dead!” Narcissa Malfoy called to the watchers.
In the end, Voldemort’s fate twice came down to the choice of a woman, a mother.
Rock ‘n roll.
Harry Potter as a series repeatedly tells us never to underestimate a mother’s love. Lilly’s love for Harry nearly killed Voldemort the first time, Narcissa’s love for Draco set him up for his real death, and Voldemort’s greatest general was killed by Molly, a mother who loved all of her children and feared losing any more to the magical war.
Bitches. Get. Stuff. Done.
Anyone who thinks Harry Potter as a series isn’t good literature and doesn’t teach important life lessons/points of view about ethics, morality and responsibility, needs to G-O-OUT-DA-DO’.
Dumbledore himself said that his inability to understand love would be Voldemort’s downfall.
Lily’s love. Narcissa’s love. Snape’s love. Harry’s love. They did Voldemort in, in the end.
Porn Sex vs. Real Sex: The Differences Explained With Food
When Greg Dunn finished his Ph.D. in neuroscience at Penn in 2011, he bought himself a sensory deprivation tank as a graduation present. The gift marked a major life transition, from the world of science to a life of meditation and art.
Now a full-time artist living in Philadelphia, Dunn says he was inspired in his grad-student days by the spare beauty of neurons treated with certain stains. The Golgi stain, for example, will turn one or two neurons black against a golden background. ”It has this Zen quality to it that really appealed to me,” Dunn said.