FOLKIN’ ART - P.O.T.W. - Sinful Colors - chick chick
Inspired by the beautiful folk art by Ukranian artist, Maria Primachenko, early 1900’s.
- Sinful Colors - chick chick + cloud 9
- Essie - big spender + cute as a button + butler please
- Revlon - coastal surf + electric
- Love & Beauty - orange + red
- Anise - a bud for you
- O.P.I. - ogre the top blue + royal rajah ruby
- Sally Hansen - white on + crushed
- Kiss - green
- Wet n Wild - sunny side up + black creme
This is the last look featuring Sinful Colors -chick chick. Visit the CHALLANGES -> P.O.T.W. page for more nail art and swatches from this and previously featured polishes of the week
Screenshots of the Silence of the Lambs script: Part 2/?
- Walk around Nazareth
- Become friends with Messiah
These “high waisted shorts” are actually my sister’s halter-top ROMPER that doesn’t even make it half way over my boobs. Also my hair’s been like this for what, 4 days now?
Anyways, thunder thigh/all around thick body appreciation post. Have a nice day!
PS- look at that one hanger behind my head
when will the oversexualization of women’s costumes end
if you get a group of at least five people between their late teens and early/middish twenties and have one of them quote spongebob squarepants i swear to god they can kill half an hour at minimum just quoting random and often unrelated spongebob snippets back and forth at each other nigh verbatim without any other conversation, this is basically science
It aint fair you died too young
like a story that had just begun
but ∂єαтн tore the p a g e s
God knows how I miss you, all the hell that
I’ve been thorough just knowing no one could take your place.
Sometimes, I wonder, who you’d be ᴛ ᴏ ᴅ ᴀ y
Pushing Daisies (2007) || Hannibal (2013)
The Show Where Everything Is Yellow (2007) || The Show Where Everything Is Blue (2013)
(April 23, 1564 – April 23, 1616)
"…the nearest thing in incarnation to the eye of god." —Sir Laurence Olivier
"There are only a few artists in all the arts who can be called the best without argument. I can only think of two—Mozart and Shakespeare." —Orson Welles
On this date 450 years ago, a man was born into obscurity. That man would change the world with his writing, leave us the greatest treasure trove of stories and characters in the English language, and ultimately receive the most screen credits for a single person in film history.
So, here’s to Shakespeare and to his legacy in the cinema—an art form that wouldn’t be invented until centuries after his death.