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A random, chaotic and hopefully inspiring mix of everything you can find in the world wide web. Enjoy.

PS: I am LOST. And an actor...

Lost Bonus FeaturesMaking Up for Lost Time [x]

As we travel through the various time zones, looks have to be adjusted.

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stopdropandvogue:

2→3 Collection by Natsumi Zama photographed by Yuji Shimazaki

This collection plays with the idea of whether clothes are two-dimensional or three-dimensional objects. When clothing is hung up or folded it looks flat and 2-D, yet when worn on the human body it becomes three-dimensional. The designer explains, “through the clothing design, I search how the garment interacts with the body with a fresh approach featuring simple and sophisticated style” (x). The Japanese designer’s inspiration for the collection was a kimono. The traditional Japanese garment, which even as a flat piece of cloth, can become three-dimensional to fit to the human body when worn. The draping fabric of this collection looks both angelic and elegant. The conceptual transformation of a two-dimensional item hanging in your closet to a functional and wearable piece is an example of creativity and simplicity at their best.

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castielsteenwolf:

weloveshortvideos:

just a cat giving a presidential speech on ebola…

IVE HAD A TUMBLR FOR 4 YEARS AND THIS IS THE BEST THING IVE EVER SEEN ON HERE I CANT BREATHE

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shrinemaidens:

EAST ASIAN MYTHOLOGY MEME:

[1/8] JAPANESE GODS AND GODDESSES | UKE MOCHI

Uke Mochi [保食神] is a goddess of food in the Shinto religion of Japan.

According to the legend recounted in the Nihon shoki (“Chronicles of Japan”), the moon god, Tsukiyomi, was dispatched to earth by his sister, the sun goddess Amaterasu, to visit Ukemochi no Kami. The food goddess welcomed him by facing the land and disgorging from her mouth boiled rice, turning toward the sea and spewing out all kinds of fishes, and turning toward the land and disgorging game. She presented these foods to him at a banquet, but he was displeased at being offered the goddess’s vomit and drew his sword and killed her.

When he returned to heaven and informed his sister of what he had done, she became angry and said, “Henceforth I shall not meet you face to face,” which is said to explain why the Sun and the Moon are never seen together. Another messenger sent to the food goddess by Amaterasu found various stuffs produced from her dead body. From Uke Mochi’s head came the ox and the horse; from her forehead, millet; from her eyebrows, silkworms; from her eyes, panic grass; and from her belly, rice. Amaterasu had the food grains sown for humanity’s future use.

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how do they even survive in the wild?

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how do they even survive in the wild?

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BREAKING: 'Twin Peaks' revival to air on Showtime in 2016 | Variety

popculturebrain:

David Lynch and Mark Frost are writing now, with Lynch set to direct all 9 episodes. The show will continue the storylines of season 2, but be set in the present day 25 years later.

I just hope they get the original cast back too…I’ve been waiting 25 years for Agent Cooper to regain hi freedom!

BREAKING: 'Twin Peaks' revival to air on Showtime in 2016 | Variety

popculturebrain:

David Lynch and Mark Frost are writing now, with Lynch set to direct all 9 episodes. The show will continue the storylines of season 2, but be set in the present day 25 years later.

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