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run far, far away from here

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vintagegal:

Night on Bald Mountain sequence in Disney’s Fantasia (1940)

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nevver:

This corrosion, Joel Nepper

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wannabeanimator:

Robin Hood (1973) | character design by Ken Anderson (x)

importantbirds:


Source: http://www.moravia.cdfoto.net/falconry.htm
Species: Surnia ulula

YE HANDES PON YON FULLFFS 

importantbirds:

Source: http://www.moravia.cdfoto.net/falconry.htm

Species: Surnia ulula

YE HANDES PON YON FULLFFS 

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manuelpre:

And…done! My humble homage (featuring the Endless AND one special guest) to my favorite comic (and author!) and one of the main reasons I seriously started thinking to work in the comic book industry! Thanks for inspiring us, Neil Gaiman!

manuelpre:

And…done! My humble homage (featuring the Endless AND one special guest) to my favorite comic (and author!) and one of the main reasons I seriously started thinking to work in the comic book industry! Thanks for inspiring us, Neil Gaiman!

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defunctfashion:

Because of you I knew it was ok for a little boy to want to make dresses. May you rest in peace Oscar de la Renta. 

defunctfashion:

Because of you I knew it was ok for a little boy to want to make dresses. May you rest in peace Oscar de la Renta. 

maidmarians:

The Incredibles (2004)

Rest In Peace Elizabeth Peña

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tehawesome:

"How do you like living alone, Henry?" I ask myself.
"I’ve got a better question," I reply. "What if all my hoodies sat at the dining room table like they were friends?"

tehawesome:

"How do you like living alone, Henry?" I ask myself.

"I’ve got a better question," I reply. "What if all my hoodies sat at the dining room table like they were friends?"

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 - I Will Wait

educationalpumpkins:

subjectcero:

jenimation:

so The Book of Life has a Mexican mariachi version of “I Will Wait” by fucking Mumford and Sons

this movie is a cinematic masterpiece

I agreed about the masterpice thing, but ammm, that’s not mariachi pal, it’s a  genere of mexican music called ”norteño” or ” musica norteña”  . As you can imagine it was ”invented” in the north of the country ;) 

Reblogging for the added info! Very neat and informative! 

As soon as I heard this I was thinking “This straight up sounds like polka” and, when looking it up on Wikipedia, it appears this musical style was a result of cultural fusion between Mexican people and Germanic/Central European immigrants. Neat!

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