1. egonschiele-art:

Reclining Girl on a Pillow, 1910
Egon Schiele

    egonschiele-art:

    Reclining Girl on a Pillow, 1910

    Egon Schiele

  2. egonschiele-art:

Reclining Semi Nude with Red Hat, 1910
Egon Schiele

    egonschiele-art:

    Reclining Semi Nude with Red Hat, 1910

    Egon Schiele

  3. wantering-blog:

What’s Your Watch Personality?
6 watch styles for every outfit
Watches do more than just tell the time. You can actually find out a lot about your personality based upon what watch style you wear. Are you an outdoorsy kind of guy, who likes to wear a timepiece with a purpose or do you keep it simple and basic just to stay on top of the hour? We’ve rounded up the best watches of the season to suit any personality type. To figure out your signature style, read our guide below.
1. Rugged: Diesel Men’s Chronograph Watch

Whether you’re a fitness buff who needs extra durability for your watch or if you just like pieces with hyper-masculine design, you’ll find that rugged watches never fail to attract attention with their large face and bold colors. Not only are they great for water sports or hiking, they’re also the perfect function meets fashion piece. 
2. Quirky: Disney Golden Years Mickey Mouse Rotator Watch

Who says you have to stop wearing fun watches when you reach a certain age? Quirky watches are a great way to show your cheeky personality. Make sure you consider the setting when you wear playful watches as they probably won’t work for business meetings or black tie events.
3. Retro: Casio A168WA Digital Bracelet Watch

Find yourself wearing vintage gear more often than not? Retro must be in your style DNA. Casio and Timex have a great selection of retro watches that you can pair with your 90’s-style snapbacks and sneakers.
4. Minimalist: TWELVE Issey Miyake Wrist Watch

Refined style is a tricky thing. The ability to combine the simplest menswear clothes and accessories to create sleek looks takes a good eye.
5. Classic: Daniel Wellington Classic York Watch

You can never go wrong with classic menswear, and same goes for watches. Classic timepieces have a balanced design and dial size that go with any outfit. Pair them with sharp suits, tailored jeans and tees, or casual shorts and polos combos.
6. High-End: Girard-Perregaux Chrono Hawk Watch

So status is what you’re after? If you’re draped in custom suits and like to spend big bucks on accessories that can reach the price of an automobile, then high-end watches will meet your needs. These statement pieces can be pricey, but you won’t be disappointed in the quality nor the value.
Which watch style do you normally go for? Let us know! And if you’re looking for a new piece to add to your collection, you can find on-trend watches on Wantering.

    wantering-blog:

    What’s Your Watch Personality?

    6 watch styles for every outfit

    Watches do more than just tell the time. You can actually find out a lot about your personality based upon what watch style you wear. Are you an outdoorsy kind of guy, who likes to wear a timepiece with a purpose or do you keep it simple and basic just to stay on top of the hour? We’ve rounded up the best watches of the season to suit any personality type. To figure out your signature style, read our guide below.

    1. Rugged: Diesel Men’s Chronograph Watch

    Whether you’re a fitness buff who needs extra durability for your watch or if you just like pieces with hyper-masculine design, you’ll find that rugged watches never fail to attract attention with their large face and bold colors. Not only are they great for water sports or hiking, they’re also the perfect function meets fashion piece. 

    2. Quirky: Disney Golden Years Mickey Mouse Rotator Watch

    Who says you have to stop wearing fun watches when you reach a certain age? Quirky watches are a great way to show your cheeky personality. Make sure you consider the setting when you wear playful watches as they probably won’t work for business meetings or black tie events.

    3. Retro: Casio A168WA Digital Bracelet Watch

    Find yourself wearing vintage gear more often than not? Retro must be in your style DNA. Casio and Timex have a great selection of retro watches that you can pair with your 90’s-style snapbacks and sneakers.

    4. Minimalist: TWELVE Issey Miyake Wrist Watch

    Refined style is a tricky thing. The ability to combine the simplest menswear clothes and accessories to create sleek looks takes a good eye.

    5. Classic: Daniel Wellington Classic York Watch

    You can never go wrong with classic menswear, and same goes for watches. Classic timepieces have a balanced design and dial size that go with any outfit. Pair them with sharp suits, tailored jeans and tees, or casual shorts and polos combos.

    6. High-End: Girard-Perregaux Chrono Hawk Watch

    So status is what you’re after? If you’re draped in custom suits and like to spend big bucks on accessories that can reach the price of an automobile, then high-end watches will meet your needs. These statement pieces can be pricey, but you won’t be disappointed in the quality nor the value.

    Which watch style do you normally go for? Let us know! And if you’re looking for a new piece to add to your collection, you can find on-trend watches on Wantering.

    Wantering

  4. bigandstrong:

Flyer for House of Blondes & Prayers at Grand Victory, 2014

    bigandstrong:

    Flyer for House of Blondes & Prayers at Grand Victory, 2014

  5. brallanq:

…in space!

    brallanq:

    …in space!

  6. oktotally:

burninate ‘em

    oktotally:

    burninate ‘em

  7. aizea:

"There is no real me. Only an entity, something illusory. And though I can hide my cold gaze, and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours, and maybe you can even sense out lifestyles are probably comparable, I simply am not there."

American Psycho (2000)
Mary Harron

    aizea:

    "There is no real me. Only an entity, something illusory. And though I can hide my cold gaze, and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours, and maybe you can even sense out lifestyles are probably comparable, I simply am not there."

    American Psycho (2000)
    Mary Harron

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  9. wetheurban:

FILM: ‘Minimalism’, A Documentary About Making More With Less
Minimalism is an upcoming documentary by New York City filmmaker Matt D’Avella that explores the lives of individuals who are attempting to lead richer lives by abandoning things and focusing on what’s important.
The film, due out in 2015, focuses on a wide variety of individuals from artists to business people. Peep the trailer after the jump:
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    wetheurban:

    FILM: ‘Minimalism’, A Documentary About Making More With Less

    Minimalism is an upcoming documentary by New York City filmmaker Matt D’Avella that explores the lives of individuals who are attempting to lead richer lives by abandoning things and focusing on what’s important.

    The film, due out in 2015, focuses on a wide variety of individuals from artists to business people. Peep the trailer after the jump:

    Read More

  10. wetheurban:

    SPOTLIGHT: Modern Remakes of Famous Paintings

    The amount of feels this post gives us! We all probably know these beloved Western art masterpieces, but not like this! Here are 20 great examples of classic paintings that have been reproduced creatively by a few very creative art lovers with photo cameras.

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