The Grand Budapest Hotel has got to be one of my favorite movies of all time. (I’m a huge Wes Anderson fan in general — I wish I could just live in a Wes Anderson movie.) And so I knew it was just a matter of time before I drew fan art of my favorite characters: Zero and Agatha.


"The recruits of 1914 have the look of ghosts. They are queuing up to be slaughtered: they are already dead." - Geoff Dyer, The Missing of the Somme

[Image: Austrian soldier at the wooden trenches during WWI, Eastern Europe, 1915, via deathandmysticism]

Oils are difficult for me but they’re so pretty to look at


Edouard Labrosse (b. 1983, Lyon, France) - Untitled, 2012    Paintings: Oil on Canvas





Why is there jerky chew

The only good thing about this brace is now I don’t have to worry about falling and shattering myself 

People need to be encouraged. People need to be reminded of how wonderful they are. People need to be believed in—told that they are brave and smart and capable of accomplishing all the dreams they dream and more. Remind each other of this.
Stacey Jean Speer (via emotional-algebra) ←


I’ll swim and sail on savage seas

with ne’er a fear of drowning

And gladly ride the waves of life

if you will marry me

I’ve had a sketch of this sitting in my folder for a while now, and galtenoble’s gorgeous art inspired me to finish it! I’m so in love with these two ahh//

Ripping this stupid brace off my leg, this is like a child constantly clinging to you

The quality I love the most in characters is perseverance and determination

You can be a strongest chap to walk this planet, but if you don’t have that drive I don’t know where this story is going buddy 

salsadragon asked: YOUR BABY IS AN ASSHOLE