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Whaddup niggapi. I'm Carys; a twenty-two year old Welsh pisshead who's set up shop in the US. I like drugs, gore, gaming, sex, cute and pretty things.
That about sums it up.
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amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
amidala-skywalkers:

LOTR + scenery
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instagram:

Chasing Pop Visions and Cartoon Dreams with @alia_pop

For more whimsical portraits and fantasy stylings, follow @alia_pop on Instagram.

“I want to create a fantastic world of hypnotic color and classic dreaminess,” says LA-based artist, Alia Penner (@alia_pop). “I have painted on people, horses, bouncy castles and even a school bus.”

Bold patterns and colors are everywhere in Alia’s work, which ranges from high-profile fashion shoots to giant, painted Starbucks cups in Hollywood. But her Instagram account feels more like a special curation of the art she makes at home—a bright mishmash of celebrity face collages and quirky magazine cutouts.

“Just for fun, I started coloring in the New York Times every Sunday, using it sort of like a sketchbook. I added color to the iconic black and white images of starlets, then put them on Instagram,” she says. “They really popped.”

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Alia’s daily sources of inspiration are just as eclectic as her art: she lists balloons, polish movie posters, hand-tinted films and unopened paint cans, among others. At the end of the day, though, her job is about having fun.

“My favorite projects are the ones that feel like play from start to finish,” she says. “I’m a child at heart.”
instagram:

Chasing Pop Visions and Cartoon Dreams with @alia_pop

For more whimsical portraits and fantasy stylings, follow @alia_pop on Instagram.

“I want to create a fantastic world of hypnotic color and classic dreaminess,” says LA-based artist, Alia Penner (@alia_pop). “I have painted on people, horses, bouncy castles and even a school bus.”

Bold patterns and colors are everywhere in Alia’s work, which ranges from high-profile fashion shoots to giant, painted Starbucks cups in Hollywood. But her Instagram account feels more like a special curation of the art she makes at home—a bright mishmash of celebrity face collages and quirky magazine cutouts.

“Just for fun, I started coloring in the New York Times every Sunday, using it sort of like a sketchbook. I added color to the iconic black and white images of starlets, then put them on Instagram,” she says. “They really popped.”

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Alia’s daily sources of inspiration are just as eclectic as her art: she lists balloons, polish movie posters, hand-tinted films and unopened paint cans, among others. At the end of the day, though, her job is about having fun.

“My favorite projects are the ones that feel like play from start to finish,” she says. “I’m a child at heart.”
instagram:

Chasing Pop Visions and Cartoon Dreams with @alia_pop

For more whimsical portraits and fantasy stylings, follow @alia_pop on Instagram.

“I want to create a fantastic world of hypnotic color and classic dreaminess,” says LA-based artist, Alia Penner (@alia_pop). “I have painted on people, horses, bouncy castles and even a school bus.”

Bold patterns and colors are everywhere in Alia’s work, which ranges from high-profile fashion shoots to giant, painted Starbucks cups in Hollywood. But her Instagram account feels more like a special curation of the art she makes at home—a bright mishmash of celebrity face collages and quirky magazine cutouts.

“Just for fun, I started coloring in the New York Times every Sunday, using it sort of like a sketchbook. I added color to the iconic black and white images of starlets, then put them on Instagram,” she says. “They really popped.”

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Alia’s daily sources of inspiration are just as eclectic as her art: she lists balloons, polish movie posters, hand-tinted films and unopened paint cans, among others. At the end of the day, though, her job is about having fun.

“My favorite projects are the ones that feel like play from start to finish,” she says. “I’m a child at heart.”
instagram:

Chasing Pop Visions and Cartoon Dreams with @alia_pop

For more whimsical portraits and fantasy stylings, follow @alia_pop on Instagram.

“I want to create a fantastic world of hypnotic color and classic dreaminess,” says LA-based artist, Alia Penner (@alia_pop). “I have painted on people, horses, bouncy castles and even a school bus.”

Bold patterns and colors are everywhere in Alia’s work, which ranges from high-profile fashion shoots to giant, painted Starbucks cups in Hollywood. But her Instagram account feels more like a special curation of the art she makes at home—a bright mishmash of celebrity face collages and quirky magazine cutouts.

“Just for fun, I started coloring in the New York Times every Sunday, using it sort of like a sketchbook. I added color to the iconic black and white images of starlets, then put them on Instagram,” she says. “They really popped.”

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Alia’s daily sources of inspiration are just as eclectic as her art: she lists balloons, polish movie posters, hand-tinted films and unopened paint cans, among others. At the end of the day, though, her job is about having fun.

“My favorite projects are the ones that feel like play from start to finish,” she says. “I’m a child at heart.”
instagram:

Chasing Pop Visions and Cartoon Dreams with @alia_pop

For more whimsical portraits and fantasy stylings, follow @alia_pop on Instagram.

“I want to create a fantastic world of hypnotic color and classic dreaminess,” says LA-based artist, Alia Penner (@alia_pop). “I have painted on people, horses, bouncy castles and even a school bus.”

Bold patterns and colors are everywhere in Alia’s work, which ranges from high-profile fashion shoots to giant, painted Starbucks cups in Hollywood. But her Instagram account feels more like a special curation of the art she makes at home—a bright mishmash of celebrity face collages and quirky magazine cutouts.

“Just for fun, I started coloring in the New York Times every Sunday, using it sort of like a sketchbook. I added color to the iconic black and white images of starlets, then put them on Instagram,” she says. “They really popped.”

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Alia’s daily sources of inspiration are just as eclectic as her art: she lists balloons, polish movie posters, hand-tinted films and unopened paint cans, among others. At the end of the day, though, her job is about having fun.

“My favorite projects are the ones that feel like play from start to finish,” she says. “I’m a child at heart.”
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davidspixelchaos:

I will learn to love the skies I’m under. on Flickr.
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angelinajolienintirnagi:

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thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
thedisneyseries:

Can you say scenerygasm: The Princess and the Frog
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angelinajolienintirnagi:

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

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angelinajolienintirnagi:


Jennifer Connelly in Requiem for a Dream (2000).


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angelinajolienintirnagi:


Jennifer Connelly in Requiem for a Dream (2000).


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angelinajolienintirnagi:


Jennifer Connelly in Requiem for a Dream (2000).


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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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angelinajolienintirnagi:

akustikbiradam:

farklı hislerle tükenmiş sigaralar.

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metamerismmuse:

damasquerade:

discursivetacenda:

knivesandglitter:

belovedtraveler:

newvagabond:

This will always remain my favorite vintage lesbian art… Do I even have to break it down for you?

I just thought it was a mermaid trapped under ice

If it were just a mermaid trapped under ice, there would be no reason all the skaters above the ice are wearing skirts and are presumably women. also look at that mermaid’s smile she knows what’s up.

the caption says “Are Parisian women becoming more thrifty? Seeing a lot of different types of panties this year!”presumably half those girls are commando or wearing thongs. this is totally lesbian pinup ads.

The main giveaway isn’t even the smile or the skirts, it’s the cigarette. The cigarette’s always been a censorship euphemism for sex (or masturbation as the case may be).
The mystery of how she’s smoking underwater is another matter. :p

THIS IS MY FAVOURITEST PICTURE EVER ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD TIMES INFINITY AND BEYOND.