*prays that I instantly become hot at 18*
*ok let’s shoot for 21*
fuck. 21 failed me. what’s the next major birthday?!
whom is this Miles Cyprus character??? i dont know about “celebrities” because i am too busy READING A BOOK and DOING EDUCATION. i dont care what Kanyay and Jason Beebeir and Rihannon are doing because MTV SUCKS take me back to the 50s where it was real and not FAKE like this BULLSHIT. i dont care about ppl who are famous just because they AUTOTUNE there dance moves. REAL talent is ppl like John Green or Doctor Who or Loki or Super Mario or Pabbles Picasser or Aristotl
This was a kid’s show in the 90s and they got it better then most people now.
one of the best episodes of BMW ever.
SPLASH Cover shoot (ღ)
Kristen Bell arrives at the premiere of ‘Veronica Mars’ during the 2014 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival
i feel safe knowing that he is a guardian of our galaxy
On Women’s Day I see a lot of posts honouring the women scientists, activists, military and the many women who simply, or not so simply as the case may be, stood up for justice. These women deserve all the honour and respect they get and absolutely tons more, however I don’t really see artists among the occupation we tend to gravitate towards during Women’s Day; this is just my personal observation. I think this is because creativity, art and ‘artsy’ stuff is so open to females now that it’s almost considered feminine, though most successful artists making a living off their art that I’ve known have been male. Maybe it’s a case of creative traits are feminine and not necessarily the creative practice, take the culinary arts for example. But the arts being female friendly hasn’t always been the case. Many talented female artists left art after marriage, some on their own volition, many others because of their family’s or husband’s disapproval and/or jealousy. Most female artists couldn’t do big religious scenes (the kind that made the big money) because it needed studying from nudes and corpses which they were not permitted do. This forced women artists, if determined to live off their art, into portrait work and still-life. This eased up with time and by the late 1800s art academies and colleges allowed women to join and study the nude or nearly nude figure. So here’s to all the women who came before me.
Claricia (13th Century)
Sofonisba Anguissola (1530 –1625)
Artemisia Gentileschi (1593 –1653)
Marie Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (1755 –1842)
Ellen Day Hale (1855 -1940)
Marianne von Werefkin (1860 –1938)
Zinaida Serebriakova (1884 – 1967)
Frida Kahlo (1907 – 1954)
Amrita Sher-Gil (1913 – 1941)
Teresa Sanchez Gavito Y Perdomo (1918 - 2000)