1. (Source: ceresmon, via emundell)


  2. James Byron Dean
    (February 8, 1931 – September 30, 1955)

    "He didn’t show you very much. He’d challenge you to find him. Then when you’d found him, he’d still make you guess. It was an endless game with him. The thing people missed about Jimmy was his mischievousness. He was the most constantly mischievous person I think I’ve ever met. Full of tricks, full of magic, full of outrageousness."
    — Stuart Stern

    (Source: thelittlefreakazoidthatcould)


  3. In sixteen months of acting, he left a more lasting impression on the public than many stars do in thirty years. - Henry Ginsberg

    His film career was one of the most brilliant and one of the most spectacularly brief in history. He was more like a comet than a star. - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

    To me, the only success, the only greatness for a man is immortality. To have your work remembered in history, to leave something in this world that will last for centuries… that’s greatness. - James Dean (Feb. 8, 1931 - Sept. 30, 1955)

    (Source: jamesdeandaily, via thelittlefreakazoidthatcould)


  4. also wearing matching shirts because we are awesome.


  5. Playing Gears with Jam @thisiswarx


  6. Oh shit! @thisiswarx treated me!


  7. undare:

    Egon Schiele, Mädchen mit Sonnenbrillen, 1910.

    (via littlestbelle)


  8. blue-voids:

    Egon Schiele - Girl With Head Tilted, 1910

    (via littlestbelle)


  9. Guillermo del Toro's Book of Life {x}

    (Source: crushalltheraspberries, via emundell)


  10. ericscissorhands:

    "Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it."

    (via emundell)