Read the Printed Word! Anna Karamazoff
~   Synopsis of Evelyn Waugh’s Vile Bodies | Penguin

Robert Frank, New York, 1950s
25th Apr 201402:06160 notes

Love is when you never ever ever ever ever ever

ever

ever

ever

ever

(même sous la torture)

e v e r read on the any sorts of E-readers or iPads (or whatever) and make an exception to the rule for some of Scott and Zelda’s and also Waugh’s writings that you can’t find in print.

mistermadam:

Cecil Beaton
jetplanelanding:

Jack Kerouac reading a passage from On The Road New York, February 15, 1959, photo taken by Fred W. McDarrah (via @aweissman)
24th Apr 201418:5740 notes
lemaldusiecle asked:

DID THEY MAKE THAT AD JUST TO SELL US FOUR MUGS BECAUSE I GET THE FEELING THEY DID


NOT THAT I’M COMPLAINING 

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kingslyers:

doctor who meme | eigth planets/times [3/8]
new york, 1930

(via ablogwithaview)

lillyandliberty:

If only I experienced this phenomenon when drinking from my The Pursuit of Love mug. I could use some U eccentricity at the moment.

~   The Man Who Stayed In Bed
f1intstone:

(by :: K a t e ::)
24th Apr 201418:021,863 notes

“I told James to perform that walk as if he had a bit of a hard on. Sometimes my directions, my notes to the actors are very intellectual and sometimes you just have to come out with a very basic, simple note like, ‘play this scene with a hard on’. “

Dir. Joe Wright, Atonement commentary

(via pre-raphaelites)

fawnvelveteen:

AN ELEGANT ART DECO TORTOISE SHELL AND DIAMOND HAIR COMB The arched tortoise shell comb decorated with an old mine and old European-cut diamond plaque, with rose-cut diamond trim, extending similarly-set diamond lines, mounted in platinum, circa 1925
23rd Apr 201416:0913 notes
Opaque  by  andbamnan