Production DesignMoon (2009)

Well, my generation of geek was a big fan of films like ‘Outland’ and ‘Silent Running’ and the original ‘Alien.’ Those kinds of science fiction movies were more about the character and sort of human qualities than about the technology. I love those films and I miss those films in some ways, and we wanted to create something which felt comfortable within that canon of those science fiction films from the sort of late seventies to early eighties. - director Duncan Jones; P.D. by Tony Noble

an endless list of Vollha’s favourite characters North by Northwest’s Roger Thornhill
" Not that I mind a slight case of abduction now and then, but I have tickets for the theater this evening, to a show I was looking forward to and I get, well, kind of unreasonable about things like that.”

thedailytask:

140913#

thedailytask:

140913#

80s-90s-supermodels:

"Секундьi до Старта", Vogue Russia, December 1999Photographer: Arthur ElgortModel: Natalia Semanova

80s-90s-supermodels:

"Секундьi до Старта", Vogue Russia, December 1999
Photographer: Arthur Elgort
Model: Natalia Semanova

Years from now—maybe in a decade, maybe sooner—if all goes according to plan, the most complex machine ever built will be switched on in an Alpine forest in the South of France. The machine, called the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, or ITER, will stand a hundred feet tall, and it will weigh twenty-three thousand tons—more than twice the weight of the Eiffel Tower. At its core, densely packed high-precision equipment will encase a cavernous vacuum chamber, in which a super-hot cloud of heavy hydrogen will rotate faster than the speed of sound, twisting like a strand of DNA as it circulates. 

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/03/03/a-star-in-a-bottle

Years from now—maybe in a decade, maybe sooner—if all goes according to plan, the most complex machine ever built will be switched on in an Alpine forest in the South of France. The machine, called the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, or ITER, will stand a hundred feet tall, and it will weigh twenty-three thousand tons—more than twice the weight of the Eiffel Tower. At its core, densely packed high-precision equipment will encase a cavernous vacuum chamber, in which a super-hot cloud of heavy hydrogen will rotate faster than the speed of sound, twisting like a strand of DNA as it circulates. 

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/03/03/a-star-in-a-bottle

nylo-noodles:

dripping-adorableness:

This will forever be relevant.

This video has so many important messages

miamifeminine:

Kate Moss for British Vogue December 2000

miamifeminine:

Kate Moss for British Vogue December 2000

itstheluxurylife:

Key West Sunset // Source

itstheluxurylife:

Key West Sunset // Source
miksamiksa:

Toro y Moi

miksamiksa:

Toro y Moi

beesandbombs:

bounce

beesandbombs:

bounce

amy-ambrosio:

Kate Moss by Alasdir McLellan for Another Magazine, Fall/Winter 2014-2015.

amy-ambrosio:

Kate Moss by Alasdir McLellan for Another Magazine, Fall/Winter 2014-2015.