Today I want this big family to put all the drama, the bad thoughts and everything that has happened lately aside and celebrate 10 years of great music, of memorable moments, of 4 exceptional men who have taught us how to be ourselves and believe in ourselves.

10 years represent a lot to any other artists, especially for a band that has always been criticized for appearances and sounds. Those people have not seen four beautiful souls, perfectionists I could say, who are just normal humans after all and who many others would look up to. A majority of people believed they would not last long. And look at them now, shining and doing what they love, because they had a dream. We have watched them grow up and we also have. There is nothing more beautiful than this.

Words are nothing compared to feelings at the moment. Be happy for being by their side, support them no matter what they do (once you have enlisted with them, there should not be a way back!), respect them, send them lots of love because they deserve it so much, they should drown in it, celebrate it hard and be proud of Tokio Hotel.

Thank you.

the dream thieves AU : stiefvater did not pay homage to french house / synthwave artist kavinsky

“Oh, Christ,” Gansey said. “Is that Daft Punk ?”
Of course it was Joseph Daft Punk, fellow Aglionby student and Henrietta’s most notorious recreational forger.

After church, Ronan and Noah headed in the general direction of the hellish affluent subdivision where Daft Punk lived with his mother.

Daft Punk, on the other hand, ruled the night.

It was a Celtic knot the size of a wafer, and then Adam, who had become Daft Punk, said, “Scio quid estis vos.

Daft Punk was no ally, but he was human (after all), and he was alive (2007), and he had just saved Ronan’s life, and that was something (about us.)


‘A Woman’s Work Is Never Done’ 

by Eliza Bennet

A series of photographic works titled ‘A Woman’s Work is Never Done’. Using my own hand as a base material, I considered it a canvas upon which I stitched into the top layer of skin using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand.  By using the technique of embroidery, which is traditionally employed to represent femininity and applying it to the expression of its opposite, I hope to challenge the pre-conceived notion that 'women’s work’ is light and easy.  Aiming to represent the effects of hard work arising from employment in low paid 'ancillary’ jobs, such as cleaning, caring and catering, all traditionally considered to be 'women’s work’.

Some viewers consider the piece to be a feminist protest, for me it’s about human value. After all, there are many men employed in caring, catering, cleaning etc… all jobs traditionally considered to be 'women’s work’. Such work is invisible in the larger society, with 'A woman’s work’ I aim to represent it.


Amazing how the Shiyagare producers managed to “fire” Riida up without use of fire: 

(1) extending filming time, 

(2) making him hammer away non-stop,

(3) putting him behind a transparent screen to ‘scare’ him into dangerous tasks,

(4) stressing him enough for a new character to be born, and 

(5) successful task completion with a (senior) buddy!

*extra hugs to our Riida for taking it all in stride*

Arashi ni Shiyagare 15.08.2015

I’m not frequently one to do trans headcanons. Lately transRythian has caught my heart, and while I still prefer a cisRythian, I have fun from time to time with the idea of him being gynomorphic. And, less frequently, I will think about transDuncan as well.

But the idea of transDuncan brings up an idea which hadn’t really occured to me before today, but is really, really obvious in hindsight.


Two different possible paths spring to mind quickly.

(Cut for wow this discussion is not coming from a place of sensitivity.)

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BAFTA: Film Awards Tickets 2015 by Human After All /

In 2015 BAFTA wanted to captured the timeless glamour and huge anticipation of its prestigious annual film awards.

We conceived a concept called ‘The Big Reveal’ to both evoke and ramp up anticipation for a night that’s full of big reveals: stars stepping into the spotlight, flashbulbs in the darkness, winners drawn from envelopes…


I think humans are going to go extinct
Perhaps, what I refer to is ‘humanity’
But can humans without humanity
still be called humans after all?

In order to continue with simply
existing, competing and earning
just for attaining success and glory
haven’t we made this world purgatory?

Each one of us trying to defeat the other
we’re crawling under each others’ skin
clawing at whatever’s left within
our 'honour’ has lost its glory.

Is there ever going to be
any end to this self-made hell?
Or is this something that’ll only end
with the final breath of the world itself

ok but can people please stop talking about boys’ sexuality and relationships? it doesn’t really matter if they are in a relationship or not or if they’re bi or gay, now does it? we should still support them and love them the same. if they are in a relationship im sure they will tell us eventually and we should be happy for them even if you dont like their partner. and we all know thats going to happen anyway. they are human after all, they have feelings just like us and they are normal people. we should just leave their personal lives alone and focus on their music instead.

I love Mark because he taught me to laugh again. He taught me not to be so fearful of the things I used to be so scared of. He taught me that there’s nothing wrong with creativity. He taught me that there is still something worth living for. He taught me that there is always light somewhere and that, sometimes, you need to do a bit of searching to find it. He taught me that life is tough sometimes and everything will seem to be going wrong, but you can’t let it beat you or get you down. He taught me it’s okay to lay back and take a break. He taught me that it’s okay to fail; I’m only human, after all. He taught me to reach for better days. 

He taught me that I’m important and loved and believed in. 

He taught me to smile when I couldn’t.

anonymous asked:

Is Raava a fave of yours?


b r UH