fica | 20

typically: merlin | teen wolf | harry potter | avatar: the last airbender | game of thrones

occasionally: doctor who - sherlock | supernatural -one direction - the hunger games - vampire diaries - hannibal - glee - mortal instruments - lokorra - one tree hill - suits - himym - breaking bad - shameless - american horror story - orphan black - pretty little liars - gossip girl - community - downton abbey - wtnv - lana del rey

Hironori Yasuda—hand-rendered patterns. c. 1980s

Epigraphs from Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events as tweets

Lana Del Rey
Coachella, 2014

tagged as: #lana del rey 


#walk into the club like what up where’s our soviet boyfriend

tagged as: #captain america  #catws  #movie 

We have a new queen.

tagged as: #game of thrones 
Title: West Coast
Artist: Lana Del Rey
Played: 3180 times

tagged as: #lana del rey  #music 


that girl u just called fat? that’s a plant. u need glasses


Human Error

Victoria Siemer, also know as Witchoria, is a graphic designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York. Human Error is a series of nostalgic polaroids that depict the broken heart as a computerized error that may or may not be restored in a few mouseclicks. 

Shameless | Season 3

"People fuck up. That’s life. Family is supposed to be forever. They’re supposed to take care of you regardless what you do. That’s the whole point, otherwise why bother?"

tagged as: #shameless 
Dianna Agron visiting the Fruttare Hangout at Coachella.
tagged as: #dianna agron  #:)) 

To new/discouraged writers:


You don’t have to have 100+ notes on everything you write to have quality writing. Keep writing.

You don’t need to have reviews praising the ground you walk on—you don’t even need readers at all. Keep writing.

You don’t need to come up with the most unheard-of plot lines and most accepted head canons to have quality writing. Keep writing.

And most importantly, you don’t have to have quality writing right now and that’s okay. Keep writing.

We all start somewhere. It takes a lot of courage to post something for complete strangers to read, but keep writing. Keep posting. Keep asking for feedback. Look for people to help you grow. And many years later, you might roll your eyes and feel secondhand embarrassment over your past self’s word choices and character development. But I really hope that when that happens, you then go and pick up a pen or open up a blank document and you keep writing, knowing how far you’ve come and how far you can go.