ladyusada:

From the October 2014 Viva! Tales of Magazine
Tales of Friends style Illustration by Kitsuta.
You can send in a letter to the address listed below this picture with a setting and the characters you want to see in it, and your idea might get chosen for the next issue’s “Friends” illustration! (Those who want to send in a letter can message me for the address. There is no rule about languages, so it may be worth a shot even if you can’t write in Japanese!)

ladyusada:

From the October 2014 Viva! Tales of Magazine

Tales of Friends style Illustration by Kitsuta.

You can send in a letter to the address listed below this picture with a setting and the characters you want to see in it, and your idea might get chosen for the next issue’s “Friends” illustration! (Those who want to send in a letter can message me for the address. There is no rule about languages, so it may be worth a shot even if you can’t write in Japanese!)


solos1s:

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rushjob:

inigo: omg my crush is coming what do we do?!

morgan: act natural

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slayboybunny:

im extremely cute but im MAD!!! AND FULL OF HELLFIRE ONLY REVOLUTION WILL DOUSEimage


randomlittlespark:

When you find out a mutual follow has lots of followers


"Leave it to me. I’ll raise them well.”
Wolf Children - おおかみこどもの雨と雪
Ōkami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki


vesterpine:

Chandelier by Sia (Acoustic)



veins-and-nerves:

inkyopinions:

makinmoves:

inkyopinions:

endless list of favorite characters → katniss everdeen, the hunger games

The bird, the pin, the song, the berries, the watch, the cracker, the dress that burst into flames. I am the mockingjay. The one that survived despite the Capitol’s plans. The symbol of the rebellion.

But that ain’t Jennifer Lawrence? Looks more like Keisha Castle-Hughes.

It’s Q’orianka Kilcher, and I used her as a dreamcast because I always read Katniss as PoC. Jennifer Lawrence is a fine actress, but she’s not at all an accurate representation of the Katniss in my head.

#sometimes i think the casting call was for a white girl because a woman of color raising up an army #and becoming the symbol of the revolution would be too close to social commentary they considered too radical #because we can rage against the patriarchy only if it’s in the future #and we can rage against racism only if it’s in the past #but we can’t rage against both #because that is too close to threatening the status quo of the present (via dealanexmachina)