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Michael Pitt

Michael Pitt

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mazzystardust:

Prada, Beyond the Strong Women  | Larissa Hofmann by Charlotte Wales

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fohk:

Before you can change the world you must realize that you, yourself, are part of it. You can’t stand outside looking in”

The Dreamers (2003) dir. Bernardo Bertolucci

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yoiness:

Woman in a room / Choreography and Sets by Carolyn Carlson 

 Mariinsky Theatre 

Diana Vishneva

Nikolay Krusser - THEATRE of PHOTOGRAPHY

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studiofiftyfour:

"The real reason that most people in most professions are not very good is very simple: It’s harder to be good. It takes a fight to always reach the highest standard, and it takes many fights to get everyone with whom you work to reach the highest standard. The vast majority of people all over the world are perfectly happy showing up, doing the least amount of work, and going home with a paycheck and the good will of their bosses. This, to me, is death. We all have a very limited amount of time to share our talent, and we all have a very limited amount of time when our energies support our efforts to husband our talents, so I do not understand this lazy approach to living. Everything we need is out there, but we have to go get it, use it, take care of it, share it, and most poor bastards are content to just muddle through, and this, sadly, is true of so-called artists on the stage and in film, and the bosses will inevitably reward the lazy, good-natured people who refuse to ruffle feathers or to raise the art." 
- Bette Davis in an interview with James Grissom 1984

studiofiftyfour:

"The real reason that most people in most professions are not very good is very simple: It’s harder to be good. It takes a fight to always reach the highest standard, and it takes many fights to get everyone with whom you work to reach the highest standard. The vast majority of people all over the world are perfectly happy showing up, doing the least amount of work, and going home with a paycheck and the good will of their bosses. This, to me, is death. We all have a very limited amount of time to share our talent, and we all have a very limited amount of time when our energies support our efforts to husband our talents, so I do not understand this lazy approach to living. Everything we need is out there, but we have to go get it, use it, take care of it, share it, and most poor bastards are content to just muddle through, and this, sadly, is true of so-called artists on the stage and in film, and the bosses will inevitably reward the lazy, good-natured people who refuse to ruffle feathers or to raise the art."

- Bette Davis in an interview with James Grissom 1984

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Vivian Maier, one of the greatest photographers ever.