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King Kazma
Marisol. 22. cis heterosexual female POC. I like ice cream and dragons and art. I blog a lot of multifandom stuff, namely Revolutionary Girl Utena, Sailor Moon, ATLA and Puella Magi Madoka Magica. And a bunch of other bullshit too. If you need me to tag anything or just wanna talk, hit up my inbox! I sometimes post about my depression with the tag #depression blogging.

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99lions:

Ari BixhornLooking Up

Ari took these photos of trees at Sintra Mountains, Portugal. The colours make it seem as if he’s taking these shots from the bottom of an ocean floor. 




theclassyissue:

Damn!

theclassyissue:

Damn!




tea-and-skeletons:

Beyond 2012, Doel, Belgium will only exist in pictures and memories. The tiny village is scheduled to be completely destroyed to make room for an expanding harbor, and even protest and the incredible street art in the abandoned town cannot stop the inevitable destruction.

For 700 years, Doel stood near Antwerp along the Scheldt River in Belgium. As Antwerp expanded in the 20th century, its port needed more space, and Doel quickly became a target for demolition. Trying to force residents out, the government scheduled demolitions multiple times, but were beaten by popular protests from the 1970s through the 1990s.

But despite the will of the people, Doel could not be saved and in 1999, the town was officially scheduled for complete demolition. Since that time, residents have trickled out, but artists have made their way in. As more of the town became abandoned, street artists from across Europe came and began to debut their works around Doel.

Today, there are fewer than 200 inhabitants left and they are scheduled to leave as soon as possible. The government plans to continue with demolition as soon as residents evacuate. Along with the homes of residents who were forced out, the living street art gallery of Doel will be lost forever.




hornedchick:

antibig:

Mokamvilias in Greece

Beautiful! I want to be here right now, instead of the cold, rainy Midwest.




decentpenis:

Jean-Baptiste Sinniger




bluepueblo:

Seaside, Sirmione, Italy
photo via allthings

bluepueblo:

Seaside, Sirmione, Italy

photo via allthings




excdus:

Sunghee Lee 
Empty Kindgom

excdus:

Sunghee Lee

Empty Kindgom




stopdropandvogue:

Tim Walker: The Master of Fantasy

For many of us, fashion is our true form of imagination. We appreciate it for the freedom it gives us to create and express our emotions. From the clothes we pick out to the persona we strive for, fashion can allow oneself to become anything of, or out of this world. For Tim Walker, that is only the half of it. His sense of creativity exists in photography. Walker’s photographs allow him to transform the newest of fashion and everyday objects into a world of fanciful illusion. With the help of his favorite set designers such as Shona Heath, Rhea Thierstein and Andy Hillman, Tim Walker has brought unlimited original, and artistic ideas to fashion photography.

Tim Walker’s photographs are an escapade for the eyes. From 300 real canaries flying around a haunted, ghost-like glass ship, to the labyrinth sculptures at Las Pozas in Mexico, Walker uses his spellbinding creativity to transform real-life into his own fantasy. Although, these fantasies could easily be ours as well. Walker uses his camera as “a window to something magical” (Faded and Blurred). The esteemed photographer seems to tap into the collective dreams of the public, creating a vast sense of nostalgia from a setting that never existed in the first place. Walker explains his enchanting sets perfectly in one quote: “They’re all dreams; every picture is a fantasy. The set pieces definitely are fantasies and I think that the model or the sitter in a picture is the window for the viewer – for any person – to be a part of that fantasy. It’s me asking them, inviting them, to enter into that, whether it’s a dark and sinister mood or a beautiful fairytale. It’s escapism – that’s what it is” (The White Review).

All of Walker’s make-believe worlds are tangible, in the sense that everything is done with real props and no digital enhancement. Tim Walker’s sets include anything from toy soldiers under layers of pastel dust, gargantuan flower arrangements with arboreal furry friends, to thousands of technicolored balloons playfully engulfing a countryside mansion. Tim Walker does not care about what trends are gallivanting down the runway, yet he has the power of transforming an entire world highlighting the different shapes and fabrics of the clothing. As if intricately beaded and bejeweled haute couture gowns weren’t magical enough, Walker gives them a fantastical place to thrive. Walker explains, “Fashion is the only photography that allows fantasy, and I’m a fantasist.” As someone who is deeply inspired by the fantasy of fashion, I am forever thankful for Tim Walker. His ability to use his uninhibited magical competence to create the fairytales I see, both in my dreams and in fashion, is incredible. There is no one else like him. His theatrical contribution to fashion will live on forever; he is truly a story teller.




bluepueblo:

Ivy Temple, Xian, China
photo by teppo

bluepueblo:

Ivy Temple, Xian, China

photo by teppo