Korean artist JeeYoung Lee works wonders in her series called “Stage of Mind.” Her canvas is her 3.6 x 4.1 x 2.4 meter Seoul studio where she spends weeks to months crafting these ethereal sets without the use of any Photoshop fine-tuning. The sets are each made to tell a specific story about herself, Korean fables, or other cultural heritages. Check out the post on MyModernMet for an in-depth look into each piece.
JeeYoung Lee’s work will be on display at the OPIOM Gallery in Opio France until March 7, 2014.
Somebody tell me
What has this man got
He makes me feel
What I don’t wanna feel ♪
I want to see this movie so badly.
this gifset is very important.
pa duše dušičaste, najdivnije. <3 <3 ^_____________________^
(well, dearies dearest, most wonderful of all. <3 <3 ^_______________^)
an instrumental mix, as serene and blissful as one of the great authoress’ works, with lively gossip and the occasional heated repartee.
he reads novels. she loves to dance. they fall in love over interesting conversation.
“You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope…I have loved none but you.”
Sorry, it’s just. Didn’t know I’d put it on… old habits.
The thing is - the first time we saw The Snowmen, this wasn’t that big of a deal. Yeah, it was kind of emotional - but once we learned in The Name of the Doctor that River had been dead this whole time, the significance of this scene skyrockets. Because the bow tie isn’t just a bow tie; it’s his wedding ring.
THANK YOU FOR THAT.
most accurate thing ever