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Eccentricities of a non conventional 21 year old lady.

LP Cover for “Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House” (1979)

LP Cover for “Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House” (1979)

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i-love-art:

"Estrellados" my latest drawing, inspired by Frida. 
By: Irene Garcia
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i-love-art:

"Estrellados" my latest drawing, inspired by Frida. 

By: Irene Garcia

Follow: Facebook - Instagram - Tumblr 

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kiss-my-assbutt:

theabsintheraven:

jackviolet:

ruthlesswoodcarver:

seems-totally-legit:

theprincessofjohndave:


Coraline (2009)

now take a moment to remember that this is all stop-motion animation

now take another moment to remember this was a movie/animation for kids.

Based on a book written for kids.

Not sure what the big deal about that is? It’s only Americans who seem to think kids can’t handle anything slightly unpleasant, and must have everything sanitized for them. Neil Gaiman is British, he knows that kids are not only very capable of dealing with darkness, but live in a world much darker than adults seem to think or remember kids do.
Children’s stories from everywhere else around the world deal with death, and violence, and morbid, scary things, quite frankly.

I agree


He actually wrote the book for his daughters, and they all loved it, even the youngest ones. He said Coraline taught him “an adult’s nightmare is a child’s adventure”.

kiss-my-assbutt:

theabsintheraven:

jackviolet:

ruthlesswoodcarver:

seems-totally-legit:

theprincessofjohndave:

Coraline (2009)

now take a moment to remember that this is all stop-motion animation

now take another moment to remember this was a movie/animation for kids.

Based on a book written for kids.

Not sure what the big deal about that is? It’s only Americans who seem to think kids can’t handle anything slightly unpleasant, and must have everything sanitized for them. Neil Gaiman is British, he knows that kids are not only very capable of dealing with darkness, but live in a world much darker than adults seem to think or remember kids do.

Children’s stories from everywhere else around the world deal with death, and violence, and morbid, scary things, quite frankly.

I agree

He actually wrote the book for his daughters, and they all loved it, even the youngest ones. He said Coraline taught him “an adult’s nightmare is a child’s adventure”.

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fohk:

Your life, as you know it…is gone. Never to return”

Lost in Translation (2003)
Sofia Coppola

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