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Jun

ifc:

fiveby5:

This is probably the greatest screen I will ever capture.

The appropriate face to make when you realize you need to wait six more days for a new episode.

ifc:

fiveby5:

This is probably the greatest screen I will ever capture.

The appropriate face to make when you realize you need to wait six more days for a new episode.

popculturebrain:

New favorite Twitter account: @Fab_Jesus

popculturebrain:

New favorite Twitter account: @Fab_Jesus

movieposteroftheday:

British one sheet for GREEN FOR DANGER (Sidney Gilliat, UK, 1946)
Artist: unknown
Poster source: Heritage Auctions

movieposteroftheday:

British one sheet for GREEN FOR DANGER (Sidney Gilliat, UK, 1946)

Artist: unknown

Poster source: Heritage Auctions

archiveofaffinities:

Jean Arp, Tower Clock, 1924

archiveofaffinities:

Jean Arp, Tower Clock, 1924

archiveofaffinities:

Restormel Castle, Plan, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England

archiveofaffinities:

Restormel Castle, Plan, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England

centuriespast:

Tasviri Akbar Padeshah va Sheik Saltm Chisti
India, 18th Century
The British Museum

centuriespast:

Tasviri Akbar Padeshah va Sheik Saltm Chisti

India, 18th Century

The British Museum

archiveofaffinities:

Joseph Beuys, Fat Sculpture, 1952

archiveofaffinities:

Joseph Beuys, Fat Sculpture, 1952

life:

The caption that accompanied this photo in the March 30, 1962, issue of LIFE:

At Jaipur, sitting in an elaborately carved howdah, Jackie and her sister [Lee Radziwill] ride on a trumpeting female elephant, newly painted and spangled for the show.” Published in the March 30, 1962 article of LIFE titled, “Jackie Leaves Her Mark on India and Vice Versa.”

See more photos here.

life:

The caption that accompanied this photo in the March 30, 1962, issue of LIFE:

At Jaipur, sitting in an elaborately carved howdah, Jackie and her sister [Lee Radziwill] ride on a trumpeting female elephant, newly painted and spangled for the show.” Published in the March 30, 1962 article of LIFE titled, “Jackie Leaves Her Mark on India and Vice Versa.”

See more photos here.