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See Grammys Hairstyles From All Sides
The Grammy Awards honor music’s most creative minds, so it’s no surprise  that it’s also one of the most experimental red carpets when it comes  to hairstyles. From Cyndi Lauper’s black and white stripes to Rihanna's blond hair and Adele's retro curls, see all the night's most memorable hair up close.

See Grammys Hairstyles From All Sides

The Grammy Awards honor music’s most creative minds, so it’s no surprise that it’s also one of the most experimental red carpets when it comes to hairstyles. From Cyndi Lauper’s black and white stripes to Rihanna's blond hair and Adele's retro curls, see all the night's most memorable hair up close.

cutfromadiffcloth:



Duro Olowu - A/W 2012-2013 Collection
NY Mercedes Benz Fashion Week
amazing

cutfromadiffcloth:

Duro Olowu - A/W 2012-2013 Collection

NY Mercedes Benz Fashion Week

amazing

doctorwho:

Arthur.

Thomas Arthur Darvill (born 17 June 1982) is an English actor, known professionally as Arthur Darvill.[1] He is noted for his work in the plays Terre Haute (2006) and Swimming with Sharks(2007), but is probably best known for his role as the Eleventh Doctor's Companion Rory Williams in the television series Doctor Who.

doctorwho:

Arthur.

Thomas Arthur Darvill (born 17 June 1982) is an English actor, known professionally as Arthur Darvill.[1] He is noted for his work in the plays Terre Haute (2006) and Swimming with Sharks(2007), but is probably best known for his role as the Eleventh Doctor's Companion Rory Williams in the television series Doctor Who.

sarahmagdalena:

Unique crystal of small green Apatite (analyses indicated Fluorapatite) on two faces of a complete , well terminated Tanzanite crystal. I have seen Tanzanite spcimens with Apatite on the Graphite matrix, but never one with Apatite on the Tanzanite crystal.

sarahmagdalena:

Unique crystal of small green Apatite (analyses indicated Fluorapatite) on two faces of a complete , well terminated Tanzanite crystal. I have seen Tanzanite spcimens with Apatite on the Graphite matrix, but never one with Apatite on the Tanzanite crystal.

laughingsquid:

The Art of Street Artist Pavel 183, Known as the Russian Banksy
thefinalimage:

Œnothera Earth, 2011 (dir. Mike Cahill)

Here’s a pitch for a film: ‘Another Earth appears in the sky. It appears to be a carbon-copy of our Earth. A competition is held to go to the other planet in a cool space rocket.’ You may now be imagining ships blasting off, zooming through space and possibly, fingers crossed, encountering some nutter aliens hell-bent on chewing the recently digested contents of the astronauts’ stomachs, without them gipping it up first. Forget all that. Another Earth is a psychological drama in a similar vein toThe Night Following by Morag Joss. A tragedy occurs that slings two strangers together into a dark and depressing world. The story of the second planet is ever-present, but in the background for the most part
The story throws up some interesting questions, such as: What would you say if you met an identical version of yourself, with identical memories? (“Give me all your cash, or I’ll grass you up for that unpleasant incident involving the vicar, a lorry full of marmite and the Swedish ladies rugby team.”) Are there any differences between you and them? Have they made better choices? Would you even want to meet them? (At least, I’d be able to talk about films without being on the receiving end of a blank, slightly worried look.) The concept of a second Earth got so ingrained in my brain that I found myself expecting to see it in the sky as I drove home. All I really saw was a white rabbit. Not in the sky. On the road. I felt like I was in a David Lynch film.
The two leads Brit Marling and William Mapother (who supposedly worked for very little money) are both convincing and draw you into the story. To be truthful,Another Earth doesn’t have the most gripping of starts, but due to the quality of the acting and script it lures you into its obscure little ways.  The film finally becomes interesting when a discovery is made by SETI during an attempt at first contact. And anyway, any film where a fella tries to woo a lady by playing a saw can’t be all bad. It sounds gorgeous, (probably best listened to in a cinema) as does the atmospheric music by Fall on Your Sword. For some saw action have a listen to the Saw Lady who actually played the piece in the film for William Mapother to mime over.

thefinalimage:

Œnothera Earth, 2011 (dir. Mike Cahill)

Here’s a pitch for a film: ‘Another Earth appears in the sky. It appears to be a carbon-copy of our Earth. A competition is held to go to the other planet in a cool space rocket.’ You may now be imagining ships blasting off, zooming through space and possibly, fingers crossed, encountering some nutter aliens hell-bent on chewing the recently digested contents of the astronauts’ stomachs, without them gipping it up first. Forget all that. Another Earth is a psychological drama in a similar vein toThe Night Following by Morag Joss. A tragedy occurs that slings two strangers together into a dark and depressing world. The story of the second planet is ever-present, but in the background for the most part

The story throws up some interesting questions, such as: What would you say if you met an identical version of yourself, with identical memories? (“Give me all your cash, or I’ll grass you up for that unpleasant incident involving the vicar, a lorry full of marmite and the Swedish ladies rugby team.”) Are there any differences between you and them? Have they made better choices? Would you even want to meet them? (At least, I’d be able to talk about films without being on the receiving end of a blank, slightly worried look.) The concept of a second Earth got so ingrained in my brain that I found myself expecting to see it in the sky as I drove home. All I really saw was a white rabbit. Not in the sky. On the road. I felt like I was in a David Lynch film.

The two leads Brit Marling and William Mapother (who supposedly worked for very little money) are both convincing and draw you into the story. To be truthful,Another Earth doesn’t have the most gripping of starts, but due to the quality of the acting and script it lures you into its obscure little ways.  The film finally becomes interesting when a discovery is made by SETI during an attempt at first contact. And anyway, any film where a fella tries to woo a lady by playing a saw can’t be all bad. It sounds gorgeous, (probably best listened to in a cinema) as does the atmospheric music by Fall on Your Sword. For some saw action have a listen to the Saw Lady who actually played the piece in the film for William Mapother to mime over.

the-asphalt-jungle:

Lana Turner - February 8th, 1921 - June 29th, 1995
“It’s said in Hollywood that you should always forgive your enemies, because you never know when you’ll have to work with them.”

the-asphalt-jungle:

Lana Turner - February 8th, 1921 - June 29th, 1995

“It’s said in Hollywood that you should always forgive your enemies, because you never know when you’ll have to work with them.”

that’s my best friend, she’s like goth======} suicide
goth girl

that’s my best friend, she’s like goth======} suicide

goth girl