helloyoucreatives:

Don’t wait to create or make something. We learn by doing, by trying and making mistakes. Perfect your creativity by living it. 

helloyoucreatives:

Don’t wait to create or make something. 

We learn by doing, by trying and making mistakes. Perfect your creativity by living it. 


vintageeveryday:

Princess Yvonne and Prince Alexander in Germany, 1955.

vintageeveryday:

Princess Yvonne and Prince Alexander in Germany, 1955.

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Zexxify:

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heyfunniest:

Selfie Level: Hardcore

heyfunniest:

Selfie Level: Hardcore

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For better or worse, motion pictures acquire a certain reputation, particularly among those who were young when they were first released, and then nobody wants to rock the boat and say, “Actually, I think Gone with the Wind is racist and stupid,” or “Actually, I think Three Amigos is a comic masterpiece,” or “Actually, I don’t get Spinal Tap, Dad.” In fact, movies need to be periodically re-evaluated. And so, for the past year I have gone back and watched scores of films widely viewed as classics to see if they have stood the test of time. Happily, in an overwhelming number of cases they have. But in more than a handful of cases, they have not.


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Dance communicates in a way that no other artform can… It has a unique ability to reach people viscerally, energetically and poetically in a way that is both primitive and sophisticated.
In a wonderful conversation with The Guardian, Antonia Grove, artistic director of the Grove Theater Company, echoes Hellen Keller’s moving exclamation upon experiencing dance for the first time and finding it to be “like the mind.” (via explore-blog)

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