Let me tell you a fucking thing about costume design. That’s some in depth, difficult shit to learn. And the fact that this goddess can ramble this shit off the cuff means she knows her shit. ELLE WOODS IS A GODAMNED GENIUS AND IT’s NOT A STRETCH TO BELIEVE SHE GOT INTO HARVARD LAW MMMK?


this movie is literally about an attractive woman who loves to party having to prove over and over again that she’s also intelligent and hard-working to those who judge her based on her looks (who also empowers and fights for other women, and fosters unlikely friendships instead of engaging in girl hate) and if you don’t think that’s some great feminist shit then I don’t know what your problem is

Why Legally Blonde will always have a special place in my heart.

Perfect fucking movie.

(Source: ehyperrie, via kikiskitten)


Find out how Alec Soth constructs his projects, why Trent Parke relies on old-fashioned Polaroids and hand-made books, and how forty-one other photographers experiment with new and old technologies, turn their photo-diaries into exhibitions, and attract audiences of millions via online platforms.

This book celebrates the creative processes of the modern photographic era, in which blogs and Instagram streams function alongside analog albums and contact sheets, and the traditional notebook takes the form of Polaroid studies, smartphone pictures, found photography, experimental image-making, and self-published photo-zines. Each photographer presents his or her sketchbook: several pages of images that convey his or her working methods and thought processes. These intimate, oneoff presentations are accompanied by engaging interviews that reveal how the simple act of pressing a shutter can capture and express a fully realized personal vision.

Photographers’ Sketchbooks, by Stephen McLaren (Author), Bryan Formhals (Author)

Design by Kmmmer & Herrman

December 9, 2014

Omg want

Biked 17 miles during my commuting today! Yesterday I did squats and dead lifts! Jelly legs!


'Reality Bites'  by Jean Baptiste Mondino - The Face Magazine 1994

"His pictures showed models, themselves physical emblems of consumerism, acting out fantasies of revenge for the alienation and sense of lack felt by those who are too poor to gain power through the acquisition of lifestyle-enhancing goods"