keepcalmanddestroythering182:

totallyfubar:

childishsereno:

HOW IS THERE A GIF IN THIS SCREENSHOT I FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE

Do you really think a screen shot is powerful enough to stop Beyonce from flipping her hair?

y que esto me recuerde tanto a sanguango​…

(Fuente: yorshs)

Timestamp: 1412166643

keepcalmanddestroythering182:

totallyfubar:

childishsereno:

HOW IS THERE A GIF IN THIS SCREENSHOT I FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE

Do you really think a screen shot is powerful enough to stop Beyonce from flipping her hair?

y que esto me recuerde tanto a sanguango​…

(Fuente: yorshs)

welele:

El gag del sofá de los Simpsons más turbio que vas a ver en tu vida (y más turbio que se hará nunca hasta dentro de mucho)

classic-art:

Vanity

Frank Cowper, 1907

(vía 1600s)

Timestamp: 1412101896

classic-art:

Vanity

Frank Cowper, 1907

(vía 1600s)

(Fuente: skikes, vía landerpops)

(Fuente: mikevenom, vía fransenq)

welele:

Parque de bolas para hurones

(Fuente: lolgifs.net)

Timestamp: 1412101553

welele:

Parque de bolas para hurones

(Fuente: lolgifs.net)

cumpletelyhappy:

Jake Gyllenhaal. <3

(Fuente: nya-kin, vía thetimelessmind)

Timestamp: 1412101504

cumpletelyhappy:

Jake Gyllenhaal. <3

(Fuente: nya-kin, vía thetimelessmind)

acidadebranca:

longliveroyalty:

Imperial Library, Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Originally a free-standing structure, the Imperial Library (Hofbibliothek) was housed on the other side of the complex. Charles VI founded the library, which is now called the Prunksaal, cared for by the Austrian National Library (Österreichische Nationalbibliothek). Its construction was begun by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and finished by his son Joseph Emanuel in 1735. This magnificent hall contains the book collection of Prince Eugene, an enormous ceiling fresco by Daniel Gran, and statues of emperors by Paul Strudel making this part of the Hofburg its most significant in artistic terms.

Johann Bernhard and Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach

Austrian National Library plans

Vienna, Austria, 1723–26

Timestamp: 1412101341

acidadebranca:

longliveroyalty:

Imperial Library, Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Originally a free-standing structure, the Imperial Library (Hofbibliothek) was housed on the other side of the complex. Charles VI founded the library, which is now called the Prunksaal, cared for by the Austrian National Library (Österreichische Nationalbibliothek). Its construction was begun by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and finished by his son Joseph Emanuel in 1735. This magnificent hall contains the book collection of Prince Eugene, an enormous ceiling fresco by Daniel Gran, and statues of emperors by Paul Strudel making this part of the Hofburg its most significant in artistic terms.

Johann Bernhard and Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach

Austrian National Library plans

Vienna, Austria, 1723–26

(Fuente: homographias, vía beardedlines)

(Fuente: themistergram, vía beardedlines)