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huuuuuuuup:

BIG BIG HUUUUUUP :)

Valerie Inertie in collaboration with Stephan Braun.

audio-collage:

Sylvia Kristel (1952-2012)

audio-collage:

Sylvia Kristel (1952-2012)

semneth:

Goodbye, Emmanuelle!

semneth:

Goodbye, Emmanuelle!

leahxvx:

On the morning of July 25th, 2012, my life was turned upside down in a matter of hours. FBI agents from around Washington and Oregon and Joint Terrorism Task Force agents from Washington busted down the front door of my house with a battering ram, handcuffed my house mates and me at gunpoint, and…

I’m restless.
Things are calling me away.
My hair is being pulled
by the stars
again.
Anaïs Nin  (via kate-smash)
naturalbornworldshakers:

Dennis Hopper, Natalie Wood and James Dean in “Rebel Without a Cause”
Hopper was so enthralled with Dean that while on the set filming the “Chickie Run” scene, he grabbed Dean and threw him into one of the cars to corner him and said, “You gotta tell me what you’re doin’, because I don’t understand.  Tell me, should I go to New York and study at the Actor’s Studio?  Man, tell me what I should do.” 
Dean told him very simply, “Don’t go to New York and study. Don’t act.  OK?  Just, you know– do it.  Don’t act it, don’t show it– just do it.”

naturalbornworldshakers:

Dennis Hopper, Natalie Wood and James Dean in “Rebel Without a Cause”

Hopper was so enthralled with Dean that while on the set filming the “Chickie Run” scene, he grabbed Dean and threw him into one of the cars to corner him and said, “You gotta tell me what you’re doin’, because I don’t understand.  Tell me, should I go to New York and study at the Actor’s Studio?  Man, tell me what I should do.” 

Dean told him very simply, “Don’t go to New York and study. Don’t act.  OK?  Just, you know– do it.  Don’t act it, don’t show it– just do it.”

momentspassingby:

Classic beauty.

momentspassingby:

Classic beauty.

candytomysoul:

Natalie Wood, forever perfect.

candytomysoul:

Natalie Wood, forever perfect.

"The present day composers refuse to die. They have realised the necessity of banding together and fighting for the right of each individual to secure a fair and free presentation of his work”. ~ Edgard Varèse [from the International Composers’ Guild manifesto (1921)] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgard_Varèse

"The present day composers refuse to die.
They have realised the necessity of banding together and fighting for the right of each individual to secure a fair and free presentation of his work”.
~ Edgard Varèse
[from the International Composers’ Guild manifesto (1921)]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgard_Varèse