Fangirl, fujoshi, writer, artist, nerd/enthusiast, college lady.
I post/re-blog LotR, Disney/DreamWorks/Pixar, Teen Wolf, Star Trek (TOS/AU TOS), Avengers/MARVEL, Sherlock, Merlin, Pokemon, anime, very awesome actors and random things.
If you're going to be happy in life you've got to freely express your love of things.
I am definitely Tony Stark's and Steve Roger's love-child. In other words: I am Spider-Man.
(background picture is a screenshot from the movie "Chiildren who Chase Lost Voices")
The day the angels fell.
asked by anon.
this is the best post ever okay
oh shit this is brilliant
this gives me chills
Merlin can feel their power being torn away. He watches them burn, sees them fall, feels the onslaught of their pain. And he wishes, more than ever, that Arthur was by his side to help him face this.
It comes out of nowhere, plummeting to the ground. Sherlock stares for a moment before leaping forward, John following. “Aliens? Or is it a Winchester thing?”
“Aliens?!” Lestrade asks.
“Oh. No, no, no.”
“Doctor, what are those?”
“Angels. They’re falling, all of them. We need to go to America, Clara, I feel there two brothers in need of some help.”
Tokujin Yoshioka often transforms simple everyday objects into beautiful creations. This is apparent in his piece Tornado that he installed in Miami using 2 million plastic straws.
Installation artwork translates well to 2-d platforms such as tumblr because it encourages you to imagine how the space must look. So dedicate some time to observing this work slowly.
What do you think about Yoshioka’s installation?