orchidetelm:

Anna Karina and Michel Subor on the set of “Le Petit Soldat”,1960
ph.Angelo Frontoni

orchidetelm:

Anna Karina and Michel Subor on the set of “Le Petit Soldat”,1960

ph.Angelo Frontoni

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But the heart is not like a box that gets filled up. It expands in size the more you love. I’m different from you. This doesn’t make me love you any less, it actually makes me love you more.

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burritoemoji:

:)

burritoemoji:

:)

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fohk:

I just don’t know what I’m supposed to be”

Lost in Translation (2003)
Sofia Coppola

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likeadreug:

Robert, James, Bex from Loop, outside the old Western Star Domino Club near St Pauls in Bristol, 15th May 1987, photograph by James Finch.

likeadreug:

Robert, James, Bex from Loop, outside the old Western Star Domino Club near St Pauls in Bristol, 15th May 1987, photograph by James Finch.

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sleetwealth:

red-lipstick:

Ma Jun (b. 1974, Quingdao, China)  Porcelain Art from New China series. Info with pics.

omg omg omg!!

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glitchcovers:

Low-Life

glitchcovers:

Low-Life

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comecupidcome:

Wyatt Shears of the Garden by Hedi Slimane 

comecupidcome:

Wyatt Shears of the Garden by Hedi Slimane 

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"Everything is temporary."

3 words that completely changed my life once I fully accepted them  (via cosmiic)

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rimbaudwasademonchild:

Siouxsie Sioux, Belgium, 29 September 1980. Photos © Philippe Carly.

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officialnagchampafragranceoil:

doggy tiles!

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caesarthemusicsnob:

The Clash at the supermarket

caesarthemusicsnob:

The Clash at the supermarket

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wandrlust:

Jeanne Moreau and Monica Vitti, La notte (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1961)

wandrlust:

Jeanne Moreau and Monica Vitti, La notte (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1961)

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