Fairytales In Magical Photos by Margarita Kareva
Margarita Kareva is a Russia-based photographer who specializes in fantasy art photography. Her dream-like photographs capture pure beauty in a way that few others can. She ads surreal elements to her shots that make the photographs really stand out, combining Photoshop manipulation with real props. In an interview with Rosphoto she states that she finds inspiration for all her photoshoots in fantasy books.
◤ the first three words you see are what you want in life ◢
sex, pokemon, (hot)dick. i dont think this is accurate.
Itachi (Mangekyō in the Eyes) - Eddie Rath
Fever movie posters.
TAGRTTANHYJHTOIY, BUBIYD (black and white), IWSNT, and Lying were all made by fronkenweenie
If you know who made the others please let us know, so that we may give them credit. :)
modern day shakespeare adaptions that should exist
- southern gothic macbeth. the bloody, brutal themes of the play in the suffocating atmosphere of the genre. the imagery of lady macbeth’s hands dripping with blood! the witches! macbeth’s madness when he believes the swamp has actually come to…
god bless america
I hope this the last remaining photos of our presidents
Is no one going to talk about Ronald McDonald fighting in Clinton’s background.
I’m not even american and I will reblog these anyday.
is Teddy Roosevelt shooting Bigfoot?
That one is historically accurate, actually.
This is what it’s come to.
a comic i made for uni
my first really serious attempt at a comic i suppose! i’m not a writer so i had no idea what i wanted to do for a story or how to go about it, in the end i just decided to draw about how i was feeling
it’s probably got a lot of errors and there are things i want to change but i definitely learnt a lot ! i got to print it as a little zine too which was real cute
The power of procrastination
“The first thing to note”, says Cham, “is that procrastination is not the same thing as laziness. Laziness is when you don’t want to do anything. Procrastination, its close but distinct cousin, is when you don’t want to do the one thing you really ought to be doing, right now. It’s not that you don’t want to do it, it’s just that you find doing everything else possible, from some completely obscure hobby to categorising the entire internet, like the Yahoo dudes did when their supervisor was on summer break, more appealing.”
He continues in his diagnosis: “I think that the main problem PhD students face is not procrastination or laziness. It’s guilt. Only in academia are you in this bizarre world that never ends; where you always could, or should, do more. As a result, there’s a constant anxiety that stops grad students doing what they enjoy doing. Instead, they feel like impostors, let in on a clerical error, and that the rest of the world is light years ahead, with their marriages, houses, and babies. Meanwhile, the project they thought was cool is actually impossible… or someone’s already done it… and, in any event, nobody actually cares. All of this can lead to burn out.”
(via PHD comics’ Jorge Cham on misery, hope and academia (Wired UK))