Sometimes I pretend being Slash while dancing to "Sweet child o'mine".
I will forever be Mrs. Hannibal Lecter.
Special Effects Makeup Artist Jake Garber talks about the arduous process of transforming actor Ron Pearlman into the devilishly awesome character Hellboy that we all know and love:
Even though he [Hellboy] seems “just red”, there were about four or five additional colors to break it up and get a little bit of shading in there to not make it look like a toy. Then there were four hair pieces that went on. One of them was the samurai wig and then there were the sideburn pieces. Then I usually put the lip on at the point right there, and then he had a little goatee that went on as well. And depending on the day, I would have to make his hand up to look the same color as everything else. Then he put dentures in. He had contact lenses which covered up the entire eye. And, his prosthetic hand. That was the typical day.
Read more from the interview here
Persepolis (2007) - dir. Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud
Broken Mirror / Evening Sky , 2012
Scottish Highlands by loic le quéré
The characters of Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Watch the trailer here.
Green Lake is located in Tragöss Austria. In spring snowmelt raises the lake level about 10 meters. This phenomenon, which lasts only a few weeks, covers the hiking trails, meadows, trees and everything in between. The result is magical to watch diving landscapes. Photos by Marc Henauer for National Geographic [Article and Video]
"You’re an idiot anyway. But if you say you get along with your parents, well, you’re a liar too"
I want a regular family sitcom with cheap jokes and laughing tracks, which gradually gets more and more disturbing until it turns to a psychological horror film with the laugh tracks still going
The fandom’s reaction to the announcement
Absolutely captivated by this entire series from photographer Tim Flach, who has taken seven years and an innovative approach to photography to not just shoot, but also truly understand his subject.
As described in the description for his animal portrait book, More than Human:
"By taking striking close-up shots of various animals, Tim attempts to demonstrate how close can animal gestures and poses get to those of the humans.
What looks like images of unselfconscious and spontaneous reactions of the animals, is actually a result of long research and observation done by the artist. Every animal responds differently to temperature changes, light, human presence and even sounds – some of them would feel better with the music on, while the other would get intimidated by it.”