jacksfilmdiary:

Howl’s Moving Castle
Hauru no ugoku shiro
2004
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0347149/

jacksfilmdiary:

Howl’s Moving Castle

Hauru no ugoku shiro

2004

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0347149/

hippie—shit:

We Heart It.

(Source: troll-s-cave)

ttauruss:

tearing up as heard about the news of studio ghibli closing…I’ve watched their movies since I was little but, all good things come to an end…:(((

ttauruss:

tearing up as heard about the news of studio ghibli closing…I’ve watched their movies since I was little but, all good things come to an end…:(((

autopsi-art:

Chris Fenn Art : "Finished today, Drummers joke & fancy dress shop in Blackpool. The wall was a bit old & rough, but quite happy with the finished piece!"

autopsi-art:

Chris Fenn Art : "Finished today, Drummers joke & fancy dress shop in Blackpool. The wall was a bit old & rough, but quite happy with the finished piece!"

(Source: laurenloverblog)

I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.

Joan Miro (via worldpaintings)
hippie—shit:

We Heart It.

muspeccoll:

Ever seen Catherine the Great’s signature? No? Well, then, today’s your lucky day.

We’re sharing one of the most popular posts from our blog archives:

This very curious document is a charter endorsed by the Russian Empress Catherine the Great. It promotes Aleksandr Mukhanov, a young Russian nobleman, from regimental baggage-train driver to Lieutenant-Captain (Secund-Rotmistr) in the Horse-Mounted Guards.

Almost everything in this document raises questions: Who was Mukhanov, and why was he so abruptly promoted from the lowest ranks to a position of high prestige?  What happened to Mukhanov later?  How did the original document find its way to mid-Missouri?

Alla Barabtarlo found some of the answers to these questions.  Find out more in her post on the Scripta Manent blog.

worldpaintings:

Giorgio Kienerk (Italian, 1869 – 1948)
L’enigma umano, triptych, 1900, private collection.
Left to right: Il Piacere (The Pleasure), oil on canvas, 188 x 63,8 cm. Il Silenzio (The Silence), oil on canvas, 170.5 x 94 cm.Il Dolore (The Grief), oil on canvas, 188.5 x 62.3 cm.

worldpaintings:

Giorgio Kienerk (Italian, 1869 – 1948)

L’enigma umano, triptych, 1900, private collection.

Left to right: 
Il Piacere (The Pleasure), oil on canvas, 188 x 63,8 cm. 
Il Silenzio (The Silence)oil on canvas, 170.5 x 94 cm.
Il Dolore (The Grief), oil on canvas, 188.5 x 62.3 cm.

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