dangerously beautiful

anonymous asked:

Why is Bellamy always the hottest when he's being an asshole? Like he's beautiful regardless, but like season 1 and season 3a Bellamy are like a whole other level of just amazing.

Originally posted by dailybellamyblake

No, yeah. You’re right he is. I have sincerely thought about this. Honestly, I think it’s something to do with the way Bob holds his face. He narrows his eyes and scowls and tightens his jaw and it makes him smolder. When he isn’t playing angry, his face is softer and more open. More likable, but the dangerous beauty eases back.

I find it remarkable that Bellamy doesn’t actually look a whole lot like Bob Morley. You see him with his puppy or talking to fans and he does not look like Bellamy. He’s all smiley and gentle looking. It’s freaky.

Originally posted by sarcastic-dogood


moodboard | the ocean
      “beauty is terror. whatever we call beautiful, we quiver before it.”

the Sirens (Greek singular: Σειρήν Seirēn; Greek plural: Σειρῆνες Seirēnes) were beautiful yet dangerous creatures, who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island.

for my beautiful new friend, @heimarmene 

It’s a romantic kind of night.
A night swept by in ceiling fan blades as wide open windows whisper wind caresses across your skin
A night where nearby cars crunch concrete in soothing repetition, cacophonies of crickets carve chords into the air
A night punctuated by past pain yet protectively padded in the present
A night where the world flows by like lava from afar

Nights like these ooze sleepy admissions
From starry eyes and unguarded wishes
Moments suspended in molasses
As time drips slowly on

Sighs mix with lullabies and laced fingers from evaporated echoes long since died away
Soft smiles swim slowly across scars and kiss salve into their stinging
A night where moonlit-made bad decisions wash into the waves of wind
A night in which it is possible to simply

It’s a romantic kind of night
A seductive kind of night
A night to fall madly in love
With being


Haunting Porcelain Busts by Juliette Clovis

At first glance, Juliette Clovis’ porcelain busts are striking, peculiar, and, to some, quite possibly grotesque. However, the interweaving of flora, fauna, and  spikes into her busts create a wonderfully bizarre and beautiful series of art work. I found myself enveloped by her spiked-adorned busts, entranced by the gold tips that conveyed a sense of beauty, danger, abnormality, and vulnerability. 

Drawing on the female identity, as well as the representation of women in contemporary society and its history, the French artist creates busts of the female form that transforms into hybrid beings. Her use of cut-up butterflies, birds, vegetables, as well as her use of spikes, help bring to life her vision of the female identity. For more of Juliette Clovis’ work, follow her on Instagram

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