pettit.

i'm olivia.
welcome to the genius of the sea.

i love sharpies. i represent the early 90s and people without smartphones. i plan not to move back in with my parents after i graduate from college...with a degree in film production...
challenge accepted.

chicago is my second home.

the tissues’ issues. revamping an old doodle. 

vimeo:

On this labor day, celebrate the work of this guy who makes living creatures out of wood.

Don’t ask him to make humans, though.

eliaes:

👏👏

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Pop Songs Transformed Into Flowery Sonnets
Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

Pop Songs Transformed Into Flowery Sonnets

Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

(Source: i-live-only-for-the-week, via saraisland)

coming soon.
theparisreview:

“It was one of very few phone calls that ever get through to us, and a stranger on the line was trying to make it clear to me that I was a madman, a menace to society.”
Today BFI is celebrating the life and career of filmmaker Werner Herzog. Here is an excerpt from his journals during the filming of Fitzcarraldo.

theparisreview:

“It was one of very few phone calls that ever get through to us, and a stranger on the line was trying to make it clear to me that I was a madman, a menace to society.”

Today BFI is celebrating the life and career of filmmaker Werner Herzog. Here is an excerpt from his journals during the filming of Fitzcarraldo.

brunettes-n-sunsets:

flawfulbre:

flawfulbre:

rootbeerqueen:

moremendes:

camerondallas:

impalaincamelot:

spazzysunshine:

1.PLUG IN YOUR HEADPHONES

DO NOT LISTEN WITHOUT HEADPHONES!!!!

2.PRESS PLAY

3.CLOSE YOUR EYES

ENJOY A VIRTUAL HAIRCUT.

DO IT NOW.

THIS IS LITERALLY LIFE CHANGING

Woah, I actually got chills when he whispered 

OMG I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS FOR MONTHS. FINALLY REAPPEARD ON MY DASHHH

I thought this would be like “Oh cool yeah that sounded like a haircut”

NO NO NO NO NO NO

YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND

YOU DON’T EVEN UNDERSTAND

The back of my head is tingling.

Amazing

I’m going to play music. Because that is what I do. In the barber shop.

My god I started crying I thought my hair would be gone when I lifted my hand up

DAMN

I DONT KNOW HOW TO REACT TO THIS I LOVE THIS SO MUCH IM CRYING

I AM SO UNCOMFORTABLE NOW HOLY SHIT THAT WAS AMAZING

(Source: awesomaticeric, via lkeis13)

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vacilandoelmundo:

Time Slice by Richard Silver

The idea behind the “Time Sliced” Project was to photograph iconic world buildings at sunset and capture the changing light from day to night in a single image. Experimenting with a few different kinds of processes I came up with the “Sliced” idea. I decided to Slice time and light showing the progression of the day from left to right.

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shitroughdrafts:

by Kady on Hot Hot Phone

"for when i go away to college."

cleaning out my closet, leafing through old notebooks. found this note i wrote to my sister in a sketch book. i have the song but i have no idea when i wrote this and i definitely never gave it to her. full of random capitalization, punctuation, and line breaks that i’d like to think were poetically intentional but were clearly forced by the space i had in the margin of the page…

I know i haven’t been there

for you in the way

that you always needed me to

I regret not being a better

friend to you

I regret not being a better

sister to you.

I love you so much and i’m going

to miss you and i hope you

miss me too.

I want you to know i am always

here even when i’m not.

you are one of the most important

people in my life and i don’t

know if you know that.

it is long overdue that i

make sure you do know this

so this is what this song is about

Life is a beautiful thing full

of beautiful things, so if you

ever doubt that look at the

stars and know that if they

were mine to make, I would

have made them for you

not gonna lie, i’m a tad bit surprised by my younger self.

iraffiruse:

The potatoes have escaped

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vimeo:

Platypus test.

“The album introduced a striking voice—a diamond ground in the pestle of a filthy ashtray—with a remarkably assured delivery, the lyrics managing to sound at once channelled and rhythmically free. It united some of the best producers, cohesively, without opting for easy hits. And by serving one small, pressurized landscape as a whole, as if seen from every angle, ‘Illmatic’ bottled a time.”

—   James Guida on Nas’s debut album, twenty years later: http://nyr.kr/1jD87zy (via newyorker)

(Source: newyorker.com, via newyorker)

asylum-art:

So Yoon Lym  Hair and Braid Paintings

So Yoon Lym is a Korean New Jersey-based artist who has spent parts of her life also in Kenya, Uganda and France and who works in different mediums. In this post, we want to introduce her ongoing series of realistic acrylic on paper paintings of hair and braid patterns, titled “The Dreamtime“.
She started the series in the summer of 2008 and the paintings are based on photos she has taken of students and strangers she came across in Paterson, New Jersey where she has been working for the past 9 years.

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