brianmichaelbendis:

Batman by George Pratt


Trainspotting / Breaking Bad: It’s just impossible not to compare these scenes from Mandala (Breaking Bad) with these scenes from Trainspotting. Both cases use very detailed close-ups that shows their reality and mental journey while they use heroin. These scenes makes an instantly deja-vu recalling the character of Trainspotting, Mark Renton, before arrival at the hospital and also, it reminds me the scene of Sickboy injecting it with his girl, who like Jane, dies of overdose. 

Trainspotting / Breaking Bad: It’s just impossible not to compare these scenes from Mandala (Breaking Bad) with these scenes from Trainspotting. Both cases use very detailed close-ups that shows their reality and mental journey while they use heroin. These scenes makes an instantly deja-vu recalling the character of Trainspotting, Mark Renton, before arrival at the hospital and also, it reminds me the scene of Sickboy injecting it with his girl, who like Jane, dies of overdose. 

Trainspotting / Breaking Bad: It’s just impossible not to compare these scenes from Mandala (Breaking Bad) with these scenes from Trainspotting. Both cases use very detailed close-ups that shows their reality and mental journey while they use heroin. These scenes makes an instantly deja-vu recalling the character of Trainspotting, Mark Renton, before arrival at the hospital and also, it reminds me the scene of Sickboy injecting it with his girl, who like Jane, dies of overdose. 

Trainspotting / Breaking Bad: It’s just impossible not to compare these scenes from Mandala (Breaking Bad) with these scenes from Trainspotting. Both cases use very detailed close-ups that shows their reality and mental journey while they use heroin. These scenes makes an instantly deja-vu recalling the character of Trainspotting, Mark Renton, before arrival at the hospital and also, it reminds me the scene of Sickboy injecting it with his girl, who like Jane, dies of overdose. 

Trainspotting / Breaking Bad: It’s just impossible not to compare these scenes from Mandala (Breaking Bad) with these scenes from Trainspotting. Both cases use very detailed close-ups that shows their reality and mental journey while they use heroin. These scenes makes an instantly deja-vu recalling the character of Trainspotting, Mark Renton, before arrival at the hospital and also, it reminds me the scene of Sickboy injecting it with his girl, who like Jane, dies of overdose. 

Trainspotting / Breaking Bad: It’s just impossible not to compare these scenes from Mandala (Breaking Bad) with these scenes from Trainspotting. Both cases use very detailed close-ups that shows their reality and mental journey while they use heroin. These scenes makes an instantly deja-vu recalling the character of Trainspotting, Mark Renton, before arrival at the hospital and also, it reminds me the scene of Sickboy injecting it with his girl, who like Jane, dies of overdose. 

Trainspotting / Breaking Bad: It’s just impossible not to compare these scenes from Mandala (Breaking Bad) with these scenes from Trainspotting. Both cases use very detailed close-ups that shows their reality and mental journey while they use heroin. These scenes makes an instantly deja-vu recalling the character of Trainspotting, Mark Renton, before arrival at the hospital and also, it reminds me the scene of Sickboy injecting it with his girl, who like Jane, dies of overdose. 

missbrains:

cremademani:

"tus pensamientos te matan" o “eres una victima de tu propia mente” ?

Your thoughts kill you.
or
Are you a victim of your own thoughts?

zerostatereflex:

Water Experiment No. 33 Automata
What a beautiful work of craftsmanship.
By: Dean O’Callaghan
zerostatereflex:

Water Experiment No. 33 Automata
What a beautiful work of craftsmanship.
By: Dean O’Callaghan

zerostatereflex:

Water Experiment No. 33 Automata

What a beautiful work of craftsmanship.

By: Dean O’Callaghan


"I’m the most sensitive person on the planet like, I could watch the news and cry. And so you got this amazing actor on top of you, pounding on your chest hysterical, crying, he’s got tears dripping onto my face and it was too much. And then I’m like “Okay, this is acting. He’s just— don’t cry. Just hold it together." and then I started to think “Oh my god. If I were dead, someone would probably be like really upset, probably. This is what it would be like. This is weird." and not being able to get a full breathe of air I had a panic attack." - Krysten Ritter at Jane’s death scene and Aaron’s performance

"I’m the most sensitive person on the planet like, I could watch the news and cry. And so you got this amazing actor on top of you, pounding on your chest hysterical, crying, he’s got tears dripping onto my face and it was too much. And then I’m like “Okay, this is acting. He’s just— don’t cry. Just hold it together." and then I started to think “Oh my god. If I were dead, someone would probably be like really upset, probably. This is what it would be like. This is weird." and not being able to get a full breathe of air I had a panic attack." - Krysten Ritter at Jane’s death scene and Aaron’s performance

"I’m the most sensitive person on the planet like, I could watch the news and cry. And so you got this amazing actor on top of you, pounding on your chest hysterical, crying, he’s got tears dripping onto my face and it was too much. And then I’m like “Okay, this is acting. He’s just— don’t cry. Just hold it together." and then I started to think “Oh my god. If I were dead, someone would probably be like really upset, probably. This is what it would be like. This is weird." and not being able to get a full breathe of air I had a panic attack." - Krysten Ritter at Jane’s death scene and Aaron’s performance

"I’m the most sensitive person on the planet like, I could watch the news and cry. And so you got this amazing actor on top of you, pounding on your chest hysterical, crying, he’s got tears dripping onto my face and it was too much. And then I’m like “Okay, this is acting. He’s just— don’t cry. Just hold it together." and then I started to think “Oh my god. If I were dead, someone would probably be like really upset, probably. This is what it would be like. This is weird." and not being able to get a full breathe of air I had a panic attack." - Krysten Ritter at Jane’s death scene and Aaron’s performance

"I’m the most sensitive person on the planet like, I could watch the news and cry. And so you got this amazing actor on top of you, pounding on your chest hysterical, crying, he’s got tears dripping onto my face and it was too much. And then I’m like “Okay, this is acting. He’s just— don’t cry. Just hold it together." and then I started to think “Oh my god. If I were dead, someone would probably be like really upset, probably. This is what it would be like. This is weird." and not being able to get a full breathe of air I had a panic attack." - Krysten Ritter at Jane’s death scene and Aaron’s performance

aftr-glo:

I follow back

artruby:

Chiharu Shiota, Letters of the Thanks, (2013).
artruby:

Chiharu Shiota, Letters of the Thanks, (2013).
artruby:

Chiharu Shiota, Letters of the Thanks, (2013).

artruby:

Chiharu Shiota, Letters of the Thanks, (2013).