pettry:

Ripley is my favorite heroine forever.

RIPLEEEEEEEEEEY!

pettry:

Ripley is my favorite heroine forever.

RIPLEEEEEEEEEEY!

(via collababortion)

tousledbirdmadgrrrl:


Corsican vendetta knife with floral detail

"may all your wounds be mortal"

tousledbirdmadgrrrl:

Corsican vendetta knife with floral detail

"may all your wounds be mortal"

(Source: anti-romanticismo, via moresongsaboutbuildings)

wocinsolidarity:

nomorethumbs:

Peggy Oki, Queen of the Z-Boys.
The only female woman to grace the Zephyr skate team.

OMG

JUST

LOOK

AT

HER

!!!!!!!!

(via collababortion)

ibelieveyouitsnotyourfault:

By Jennifer Cumby

This is not about how you disappeared.

This is not about the pink ribbons we tied to everything, the pink electric candles we placed in windows at Christmas, or the solid wall of pink worn by your family and friends.

This is not about your mother’s grief, your family’s…

christophersebela:

As announced on Saturday at SDCC, I’ll be writing the ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK comic, coming out this December. More details (like who’s drawing it, who’s coloring it, who’s lettering it and what exactly it is all about) are coming soon. 

I’ve been a John Carpenter fan since I was a little kid hiding his eyes from heavily edited cuts of THE FOG on TV. I say with no hesitation that he’s one of my most important filmmakers and his films have shaped me and my view of movies. So it goes without saying that I’m excited beyond the telling to be involved in this book. To have a hand in figuring out what happened to Snake Plissken after the events of the first film? That’s some sort of insane fever dream I’m trying with all my might not to wake up from.

(promo images courtesy of Eric Powell, Riley Rossmo and Tim Bradstreet)

My buddy christophersebela is writing ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK, and seriously, I cannot think of a more perfect person for this book. SO EXCITE!

New York Tarot

(Source: eviscerateyoungcaptain, via collababortion)

vivipiuomeno:

Diane Arbus Stripper, Miss Sata Lyte, in her dressing room with 1962

vivipiuomeno:

Diane Arbus Stripper, Miss Sata Lyte, in her dressing room with 1962

(via girliemagazine)

GPOY