Toshiro Mifune ~ Drunken Angel ~ Yoidore Tenshi (1948)
I fucking love Wonder Woman.
an alternate universe where mlp never became popular on 4chan and the mlp fandom is a million times nicer
It originated on 4chan genius. Without it, the fandom would never have even started.
you heard it here, folks. my little pony originated on 4chan
Rose, before I go, I just want to tell you, you were fantastic.
And do you know what?
So was I.
30 days of disney; day 20 — an underrated movie: the rescuers down under
this movie is CRIMINALLY overlooked. it’s AMAZING. it came out right between the little mermaid and beauty and the beast, so right at the beginning of the disney renaissance, and it shows. the animation is glorious (glen keane in one of his oft-forgotten roles as head animator for marahute), the story is gripping and exciting, the characters are wonderful and the music is absolutely breathtaking. if you haven’t seen it in a while, you MUST. it’s one of my top favorite animated movies of all time.
this movie and The Brave Little Toaster were the fucking shit when I was little
damnit I need to rewatch it
I’m not a Manic Pixie Dream Girl, I’m a Raving Harpy Nightmare Woman.
Sigourney Weaver ~ Ruven Afanador 1998
yes this will be the version i reblog
because it has the first time two said it
And the best villain of them all …
I ask for so little. Just fear me, love me, do as I say and I will be your slave.
My bottle of Nuit de Chine. It’s interesting that Poiret supposedly made a mistaken in not using his name to market it (as Chanel, for example, attached her name to No. 5 and Patou did with Joy), instead producing it under the Atelier Rosine, named for his daughter. However, I found this label with Poiret’s name on the base.
The site “Perfume Projects” has this write up on Nuit de Chine, released 1913:
Nuit de Chine was created for Paul Poiret’s Parfums de Rosine by perfumer Maurice Shaller. Shaller had started with Poiret as a glassmaker but was discovered, by accident it is said, to have a genius for creating perfume. (He was the creator of Revillon’s Carnet de Bal.)
Nuit de Chine was originally tagged Nuit d’Orient (recall that Poiret was big into oriental themes!) but it soon took on it’s name change. The sandalwood note suggests incense from ancient China; the (original) bottle was said to suggest an opium bottle — something that fashionable people of Poiret’s era would have been more than just familiar with and a theme later used by Jean Patou for one presentation of Joy.
When introduced, Nuit de Chine was considered quite expensive (which is something considering the wealth of Poiret’s clientelle!). But in 1913, Poiret was at the top of his game. Of his clients, he demanded a taste for elegance. Economy was a non-issue.
Lolita dresses sewn and designed by me in purple and beige. Me and Anna Muradova as models. Style also by me. Photo by snowmice
Flight of Fancy
A very nice illustration