Dear Martin,

It’s sad to see you leave, in fact, I don’t think the fanmily was ever prepared for how they would react to a situation like this. As you can tell by the massive tweets from fans, we’re devasted by your departure, but we understand that not everything can last forever even if we want it to. So, we’d just like to say ‘thank you’. Thank you for helping the boys during the early stages of their career with Jayne and Big Kev. You have played such a big role in the boys’ career and in this fandom. With you leaving, it feels as though a band member of the Wanted is leaving. We will never forget you and how terrible you were at sticking to a diet. Thanks for the laughs, the love, and time you gave to the boys and the fans. We all love you and wish you the best. Stay gold forever <3

Love, the fanmily.

The Wanted at the park
  • Martin:Right boys, we're gonna hang out here for a bit, you know, before the sig-JAY WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!
  • Jay:LOOK! LOOK! MARTIN HAS DOUGHNUTS AND MUFFINS HID IN THIS COMPARTMENT! HA HA HA HA!
  • Martin:Get out of there! Look, none of the oth...TOM!
  • Tom:I was just congratulating him on his NME award, isn't that right, Louis? -smiles-
  • Martin:Leave the poor boy alone!
  • Tom:All I did was punch the twat!
  • Martin:Well, ye don't see Siva getting int...SIVA FOR GOD SAKE!
  • Siva:What?! What?!
  • Martin:What's that round your chops?!
  • Siva:-wipes away crumbs- uhhhh... nothing...
  • Girl:Hey, you! You stole my brownie!
  • Martin:Right, you 3, get in the van! Where's Nathan?
  • Siva:I think there's a lost childre...
  • Martin:For God Sake, where is it?
  • Siva:Over there! Oooo... hi Nathan!
  • Nathan:Hi!
  • Martin:Get over here now! ...and where's Max?
  • Tom:Rehab.
  • Jay:They tryna make me go to rehab, I say a no, no, no.
  • Martin:No, where is he?
  • Max:-does the moonwalk- CAN'T TOUCH THIS, DUNNA DUNA DUN A DUN DUNNA DA DER DER DA DA
  • Martin:Why didn't I just stay a redcoat?
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Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)

Nathan G. Moore House, Oak Park, Illinois, 1895; rebuilt 1923

Frank Lloyd Wright always hated the house that Nathan G. Moore asked him to design, with its faux-Tudor style. It was one of FLW’s earliest commissions, and he freely admitted that he did it only for the cash. Years later, when the top two floors of the house burned in a fire, Wright seized the chance to imbue his original design with new Mayan-Japanese flavor. You can see hints of his 1923 Imperial Hotel in the rebuilt version:

http://hideback.tumblr.com/post/62796334255/frank-lloyd-wright-american-1867-1959-imperial

  • After rebuild, 1923
  • Detail of porch
  • Previous version, 1895
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