22
Sep

saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)
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saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)
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saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)
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saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)
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saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)
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saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)
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saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)
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saerpreg:

I’m loving Cardiff atm! :)

07
Sep

eartheasy:

And the Oscar for best home theatre idea goes to…

eartheasy:

And the Oscar for best home theatre idea goes to…

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07
Sep

fyeahsetsandprops:

American Psycho the Musical (Almeida Theatre) 
Set Design by Es Devlin 
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fyeahsetsandprops:

American Psycho the Musical (Almeida Theatre) 
Set Design by Es Devlin 
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fyeahsetsandprops:

American Psycho the Musical (Almeida Theatre) 
Set Design by Es Devlin 
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fyeahsetsandprops:

American Psycho the Musical (Almeida Theatre) 
Set Design by Es Devlin 
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fyeahsetsandprops:

American Psycho the Musical (Almeida Theatre) 

Set Design by Es Devlin 

07
Sep

(Source: imnotwordy, via nocturnal-lives)

07
Sep

archiemcphee:

Artist Johannes Stötter is a fine-art-bodypainter from South Tyrol, Italy who uses his artistry to blend his subjects into their surroundings so well that they all but disappear. His models appear to take on both the colours and textures of their surroundings and sometimes even transform into other creatures or objects, including fruit and vegetables, trees, rocks, and even wildlife.
For example, the photo at the top of this post appears to feature a colourful frog. Look closely and you’ll see that the frog is composed of five different people carefully painted and positioned so that together they become one beautiful amphibian. Click here to watch a video about how it was done.
Head over to My Modern Metropolis to view more examples of Johannes Stötter’s artwork.
[via My Modern Metropolis and Whudat]
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archiemcphee:

Artist Johannes Stötter is a fine-art-bodypainter from South Tyrol, Italy who uses his artistry to blend his subjects into their surroundings so well that they all but disappear. His models appear to take on both the colours and textures of their surroundings and sometimes even transform into other creatures or objects, including fruit and vegetables, trees, rocks, and even wildlife.
For example, the photo at the top of this post appears to feature a colourful frog. Look closely and you’ll see that the frog is composed of five different people carefully painted and positioned so that together they become one beautiful amphibian. Click here to watch a video about how it was done.
Head over to My Modern Metropolis to view more examples of Johannes Stötter’s artwork.
[via My Modern Metropolis and Whudat]
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archiemcphee:

Artist Johannes Stötter is a fine-art-bodypainter from South Tyrol, Italy who uses his artistry to blend his subjects into their surroundings so well that they all but disappear. His models appear to take on both the colours and textures of their surroundings and sometimes even transform into other creatures or objects, including fruit and vegetables, trees, rocks, and even wildlife.
For example, the photo at the top of this post appears to feature a colourful frog. Look closely and you’ll see that the frog is composed of five different people carefully painted and positioned so that together they become one beautiful amphibian. Click here to watch a video about how it was done.
Head over to My Modern Metropolis to view more examples of Johannes Stötter’s artwork.
[via My Modern Metropolis and Whudat]
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archiemcphee:

Artist Johannes Stötter is a fine-art-bodypainter from South Tyrol, Italy who uses his artistry to blend his subjects into their surroundings so well that they all but disappear. His models appear to take on both the colours and textures of their surroundings and sometimes even transform into other creatures or objects, including fruit and vegetables, trees, rocks, and even wildlife.
For example, the photo at the top of this post appears to feature a colourful frog. Look closely and you’ll see that the frog is composed of five different people carefully painted and positioned so that together they become one beautiful amphibian. Click here to watch a video about how it was done.
Head over to My Modern Metropolis to view more examples of Johannes Stötter’s artwork.
[via My Modern Metropolis and Whudat]
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archiemcphee:

Artist Johannes Stötter is a fine-art-bodypainter from South Tyrol, Italy who uses his artistry to blend his subjects into their surroundings so well that they all but disappear. His models appear to take on both the colours and textures of their surroundings and sometimes even transform into other creatures or objects, including fruit and vegetables, trees, rocks, and even wildlife.
For example, the photo at the top of this post appears to feature a colourful frog. Look closely and you’ll see that the frog is composed of five different people carefully painted and positioned so that together they become one beautiful amphibian. Click here to watch a video about how it was done.
Head over to My Modern Metropolis to view more examples of Johannes Stötter’s artwork.
[via My Modern Metropolis and Whudat]
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archiemcphee:

Artist Johannes Stötter is a fine-art-bodypainter from South Tyrol, Italy who uses his artistry to blend his subjects into their surroundings so well that they all but disappear. His models appear to take on both the colours and textures of their surroundings and sometimes even transform into other creatures or objects, including fruit and vegetables, trees, rocks, and even wildlife.
For example, the photo at the top of this post appears to feature a colourful frog. Look closely and you’ll see that the frog is composed of five different people carefully painted and positioned so that together they become one beautiful amphibian. Click here to watch a video about how it was done.
Head over to My Modern Metropolis to view more examples of Johannes Stötter’s artwork.
[via My Modern Metropolis and Whudat]
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archiemcphee:

Artist Johannes Stötter is a fine-art-bodypainter from South Tyrol, Italy who uses his artistry to blend his subjects into their surroundings so well that they all but disappear. His models appear to take on both the colours and textures of their surroundings and sometimes even transform into other creatures or objects, including fruit and vegetables, trees, rocks, and even wildlife.

For example, the photo at the top of this post appears to feature a colourful frog. Look closely and you’ll see that the frog is composed of five different people carefully painted and positioned so that together they become one beautiful amphibian. Click here to watch a video about how it was done.

Head over to My Modern Metropolis to view more examples of Johannes Stötter’s artwork.

[via My Modern Metropolis and Whudat]

10
Aug

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06
Aug


West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.

(Source: nikkidavis-jonesfans, via letmusicsetyoufreee)

05
Aug

everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
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everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
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everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
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everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

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31
Jul

ephemeral-elegance:

Feather Pereline, ca. 1830
FIDM Museum via Worn Through
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ephemeral-elegance:

Feather Pereline, ca. 1830
FIDM Museum via Worn Through
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ephemeral-elegance:

Feather Pereline, ca. 1830

FIDM Museum via Worn Through