21 4 / 2014

thecoppercow asked: Could we have the bit with Morse explaining the chalk symbol for eternity, and Jakes thinking if it’s “an eight that’s had one too many”? (With that bonus shot of Strange looking incredulous at him.)

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21 4 / 2014

I sent my poor friend e-mails while watching Endeavour tonight because I just NEEDED TO (she doesn’t even watch it) and I think they sum up my reaction to the finale quite well. Putting them and other thoughts behind a cut, because spoilers.

Also, it says a lot that I only remembered the CREEPY VENTRILOQUIST THING when going through the tag. All the other trauma had blocked that out completely.

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21 4 / 2014

thepurplekoala:

thedevilsadvocado asked: Could I please have a gifset of the advert that Morse walks past in every episode if it’s not too much trouble? It’s a running reference to the Philip Larkin poem ‘Sunny Prestatyn’

Sunny Prestatyn
Philip Larkin
Come To Sunny Prestatyn
Laughed the girl on the poster,
Kneeling up on the sand   
In tautened white satin.   
Behind her, a hunk of coast, a
Hotel with palms
Seemed to expand from her thighs and   
Spread breast-lifting arms.

She was slapped up one day in March.   
A couple of weeks, and her face
Was snaggle-toothed and boss-eyed;   
Huge tits and a fissured crotch
Were scored well in, and the space   
Between her legs held scrawls
That set her fairly astride
A tuberous cock and balls

Autographed Titch Thomas, while   
Someone had used a knife
Or something to stab right through   
The moustached lips of her smile.   
She was too good for this life.   
Very soon, a great transverse tear   
Left only a hand and some blue.   
Now Fight Cancer is there.

21 4 / 2014

Well, I certainly ugly sobbed through that episode of Endeavour.

20 4 / 2014

kiyo:

The Farm Yard at the end of the rainbow (by Benjamin Hole)

kiyo:

The Farm Yard at the end of the rainbow (by Benjamin Hole)

20 4 / 2014

20 4 / 2014

hahamagartconnect:

ELLA & PITR’S ANAMORPHIC PAINTINGS PROJECT

Anamorphic: an intentional distortion.

The artistic duo Ella and Pitr (a.k.a. Papier Peintres) are best known for their street frame collages have taken their art to another level. Together they scouted out beautiful spaces that had been abandoned and then spent the next two months in Eitenne transforming these rare spots into wonderful illusions. Depending on the angle you take your picture in front of the backdrops, one can seem as if they’re actually captured in a frame.

All in all, they painted 11 different anamorphic paintings that were photographed and used as part of a campaign for the National Dramatic Center of St. Etienne. 

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all photos © Ella & Pitr  via their website & Graffiti Art Magazine

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20 4 / 2014

amoebalanding:

Riikka Sormunen

amoebalanding:

Riikka Sormunen

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20 4 / 2014

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20 4 / 2014

willwombat1805:

undeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaadpool:

its-halloween-cas:

becca-morley:

you fucked up

My six pack has arrived due to laughter

THIS IS THE MOST SURREAL EXPERIENCE IVE EVER HAD

oh my god

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