hunger games capitol


Hunger Games Aesthetics: Districts 7-13 & The Capitol of Panem


Part 1 (1-6)/Part 2 (7-13 + The Capitol)

The Capitol’s favorite couple, Haymitch Abernathy and Effie Trinket, were caught canoodling in one of the many viewing rooms for the annual Hunger Games. 



He deserved so much better💔😭

I really really love how Snow’s motifs are white. He’s very much one-sided on an issue, extreme to the absolute core. He is washed clean in an attempt to look pure- when really the white is just to cover up the blood. 

I really love how Alma Coin’s motifs have always been grey. She’s neither good nor bad, just this very grey sense of morality. She’s trying so hard to keep it light, to be the good leader of District 13, but…… It’s ultimately good but… With shades of grey, you have to be careful not to fall off the deep end, to turn too dark or light a shade. When you’re operating in greys, it’s almost inevitable to shift too close to one or the other extremes. Julienne Moore does an excellent job of playing her; she just. GOSH, ends up feeling so manipulative, in very light and fairy-like ways (I’m not sure if that makes sense but wow!)

I really love how Katniss’ motifs have always been both black and red. She is both a direct opposite to Snow, and also her own. Her morals and her symbolic stance is 100% opposite that of Snow, but she isn’t just political tool, a foil. She isn’t just Black vs White, she’s also very red, full of rage and love for her family and just. Her own person. Love it. 

Not sure how the yellow fits in yet, but I’ve kinda noticed that the yellow is very Effie and Haymitch. I wanna think it’s another tool for shades of grey, only yellow is good. Yellow is on the same side as red, but it’s not as fiery, it’s not as potent. 

Look at Johanna? She’s all red too, isn’t she? No black, just. RED, she’s angry, and fiery and passionate without the strict moral foil that Katniss has. dfalskjfalsdjfa;klj

Gale is almost all blacks; he’s too extreme. He’s black without Katniss’ red, without the fire and the passion, and it ends up consuming him way too much.

EVEN CAESAR it’s like?? He’s blue blue blue, he’s cool, he’s calm, he’s a cool grey blue and it just. FUCK it fits so well.

I just really love how the color schemes in these movies really REALLY hammer in these personalities and the ultimate arcs of the characters by pushing certain color schemes (I honestly can’t remember how strict the color schemes are to the books; only going off the movies). It’s so good.


“Bé, una ragazza c'è. Ho una cotta per lei da che mi ricordo. Ma sono praticamente certo che lei non sapeva nemmeno che esistessi, prima della mietitura.”
Un brusio di solidarietà si leva dal pubblico.
Un amore non corrisposto è una situazione che possono capire.
“Ha un altro compagno?”chiede Caesar.
“Non lo so, ma piace a molti ragazzi.”risponde Peeta.
“Non c'è problema, ti suggerisco io cosa fare. Vincere e tornare a casa. A quel punto, non potrà respingerti, ti pare?”dice Caesar in tono incoraggiante.
“ Non credo che funzionerà. Vincere… non servirebbe, nel mio caso.” replica Peeta.
“E perché mai?” chiede Caesar, sconceratato.
Peeta diventa rosso come una barbabietola e balbetta:
« Perché… perché… lei è venuta qui insieme a me. »


Super Fabulous YA Lit Meme: [5/6] Locations
•The Capitol (The Hunger Games Series)•

“What must it be like, I wonder, to live in a world where food appears at the press of a button? How would I spend the hours I now commit to combing the woods for sustenance if it were so easy to come by? What do they do all day, these people in the Capitol, besides decorating their bodies and waiting around for a new shipment of tributes to rill in and die for their entertainment?”

Since I’m clearing through my verses tonight, and it’s becoming obvious I’m just trash for every AU imaginable: 

THG AU, with Season 1 Gaston as a Peacekeeper foot soldier and/or Season 5 Gaston as a former career tribute.

I don’t want to cry. Everyone will make note of my tears and I’ll be marked as an easy target. A weakling. I will give no one that satisfaction.
—  Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games