DaggettDreams

Enthusiast, Reader, Drinker, Anglophile, NERD, Pittsburgher, Younger on the inside.

roxy-ladytron:

simply wonderful. *__*

mpomy:

That’s @nilerodgers and Bryan Ferry!
Check it out!

mpomy:

That’s @nilerodgers and Bryan Ferry!

Check it out!

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Cary Grant on the set of “The Bachelor and The Bobby Soxer”, 1947.

(Source: missavagardner, via humphreysbogart)


“When I am asked about influences, I always say I bow down to Fred Astaire, because when you look at him dancing  you never look at his extremities, do you? You look at his centre. What you never see is the hours of work that went into the routines, you just see the breathtaking spirit and freedom.” - Alan Rickman

roughhewnends:

i khan’t honestly say i’m sorry

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thatcoolbandpic:

Bowie and Elvis

thatcoolbandpic:

Bowie and Elvis

(via andywalkingandytired)

hauntedmansionbackstage:

A few more of our grim grinning Graveyard dwellers.

(via mostlysignssomeportents)

thejordanator:

yourackdisciprine:

A bit of perspective on the sentencing of Bradley Manning. 

If this doesn’t get a million notes, all you social-justice bloggers need to leave the fucking internet.

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reverse-digital:

i wanna do your taxes like an animal

reverse-digital:

i wanna do your taxes like an animal

(Source: yousaytomesetblackfires, via laughterkey)

keyframedaily:

“Woody Allen’s breezy 1965 resume is really worth a gander.”

keyframedaily:

Woody Allen’s breezy 1965 resume is really worth a gander.”

(via bbook)

lomographicsociety:

Today in History (August 22, 1908): Henri Cartier-Bresson is Born
Over a century after his birth and more than a decade after his passing, Henri Cartier-Bresson ‘s legacy lives on. His vast body of work continues to influence and inspire generation after generation of aspiring photographers, and the Decisive Moment has become many a shutterbug’s guiding principle to this day.

lomographicsociety:

Today in History (August 22, 1908): Henri Cartier-Bresson is Born

Over a century after his birth and more than a decade after his passing, Henri Cartier-Bresson ‘s legacy lives on. His vast body of work continues to influence and inspire generation after generation of aspiring photographers, and the Decisive Moment has become many a shutterbug’s guiding principle to this day.

(via laughterkey)

explore-blog:

Absolutely gorgeous vintage Dutch PSA posters for Book Week, 1955-1971. Pair with their equally delightful American counterparts and some from Soviet Russia.