lottereinigerforever:

Federico Fellini on set

lottereinigerforever:

Federico Fellini on set

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There are years that ask questions and years that answer. — Zora Neale Hurston (via observando)

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antipahtico:

Gena Rowlands & Winona Ryder ~ Night On Earth (1991)

antipahtico:

Gena Rowlands & Winona Ryder ~ Night On Earth (1991)

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jibadojo:

A Zen Master of the Kamakura period once described Kyudo as such:
No target’s erected
No bow’s drawn
And the arrow leaves the string:
It may not hit,
But it does not miss.

jibadojo:

A Zen Master of the Kamakura period once described Kyudo as such:

No target’s erected

No bow’s drawn

And the arrow leaves the string:

It may not hit,

But it does not miss.

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movieposteroftheday:

British one sheet for BRIGHTON ROCK (John Boulting, UK, 1947)
Artist: uncredited
Poster source: Heritage Auctions
R.I.P. Richard Attenborough (1923-2014)

movieposteroftheday:

British one sheet for BRIGHTON ROCK (John Boulting, UK, 1947)

Artist: uncredited

Poster source: Heritage Auctions

R.I.P. Richard Attenborough (1923-2014)

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pearl-nautilus:

"Hearts understand in ways minds cannot."― Louis Wilson
Heart sculpture by Aleksandr Kuskov

pearl-nautilus:

"Hearts understand in ways minds cannot."― Louis Wilson

Heart sculpture by Aleksandr Kuskov

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whataboutbobbed:

the incredible Folies Bergère tracking shot in William A Wellman’s Wings

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mudwerks:

Vera Clouzot (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

French postcard. Cinédis. Clouzot is coiffed as in Les Diaboliques by her husband Henri-Georges Clouzot.

mudwerks:

Vera Clouzot (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

French postcard. Cinédis. Clouzot is coiffed as in Les Diaboliques by her husband Henri-Georges Clouzot.

historicaltimes:

People walk across a row of chairs to avoid flood waters in Paris, 1924

historicaltimes:

People walk across a row of chairs to avoid flood waters in Paris, 1924

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mudwerks:

batteredshoes:

generic-art:

Self-Worth

Nobody told me there would be math…

but the coffee percentage does add considerable value…

mudwerks:

batteredshoes:

generic-art:

Self-Worth

Nobody told me there would be math…

but the coffee percentage does add considerable value…

mudwerks:

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"Le petit inventeur" (1928)

mudwerks:

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"Le petit inventeur" (1928)

ladysnowblood:

OUT

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grofjardanhazy:

r3druger:

I remember quite a few different designs from different countries.Although it seems pretty silly now, it’s pretty cool to see just how far personal protection, body armor, and armor vehicles have come since the First World War.The thought of rolling forward blindly Into machine gunfire is pretty is pretty horrifying.

Oh, French mobile personnel shields from WWI! Love this!

Similar ones were used by the Russians (here’s an example captured by some Germans):

And the Detroit police had similar mobile armors against riot crowds and barricaded gunmen in the late 1950s:

But snipers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire were the REAL TRANSFORMERS during WWI:


More interesting helmets and armors can be found here: The Weirdest and Fiercest Helmets from the Age of Armored Combat
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grofjardanhazy:

r3druger:

I remember quite a few different designs from different countries.
Although it seems pretty silly now, it’s pretty cool to see just how far personal protection, body armor, and armor vehicles have come since the First World War.
The thought of rolling forward blindly Into machine gunfire is pretty is pretty horrifying.

Oh, French mobile personnel shields from WWI! Love this!

Similar ones were used by the Russians (here’s an example captured by some Germans):

And the Detroit police had similar mobile armors against riot crowds and barricaded gunmen in the late 1950s:

But snipers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire were the REAL TRANSFORMERS during WWI:

More interesting helmets and armors can be found here: The Weirdest and Fiercest Helmets from the Age of Armored Combat

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