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.

‘A National Admissions Office’ for Low-Income Strivers

QUESTBRIDGE: finally getting some national attention!

the new york times did a really nice job with this article on the program. if you’re a current high school junior (or an extremely ambitious high school senior who has not already begun a QB app) from a low to middle income family, please take a look at this!

fucktonofanatomyreferencesreborn:

A scrumptious fuck-ton of human mouth references.

[From various sources]

(via apocrypha-proxy)

keyblade-assassin:

imagine actually making this scene. i bet the director said to the writers “ok. i want you all to imagine the most random assassination scenario ever.”

keyblade-assassin:

imagine actually making this scene. i bet the director said to the writers “ok. i want you all to imagine the most random assassination scenario ever.”

(via consulting-mustache)

vimeo:

Audio sourced from the 1975 cryptozoological documentary entitled, ‘The Mysterious Monsters’, this is a birthday card to animator Joseph Bennett’s grandfather on his birthday.

mom & dad. photo taken fall, 2013.
the-overlook-hotel:

View of the The Shining’s Overlook Hotel facade built on the backlot of Elstree Studios.
The large grey building on the left is Stage 5, which housed the Gold Room set, as well as the Torrance family’s Boulder Apartment set.
The brick building in the mid-ground contained the Overlook’s Kitchen set, while in the far background, Stage 3 and Stage 4 can be seen, which contained the enormous Colorado Lounge set and the Hotel Lobby set.
(photo courtesy Prop Store)

the-overlook-hotel:

View of the The Shining’s Overlook Hotel facade built on the backlot of Elstree Studios.

The large grey building on the left is Stage 5, which housed the Gold Room set, as well as the Torrance family’s Boulder Apartment set.

The brick building in the mid-ground contained the Overlook’s Kitchen set, while in the far background, Stage 3 and Stage 4 can be seen, which contained the enormous Colorado Lounge set and the Hotel Lobby set.

(photo courtesy Prop Store)

(via a-creative-username-here)

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:

👏👏

(via loveupeople)


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.

(Source: donniedarkos, via lkeis13)

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.

(via bookbitch11)

shitroughdrafts:

by Kady on Hot Hot Phone