11:38 Apr 5th, 2013 | 28 notes

it’s ok for teenagers to be my style icons, right?

it’s ok for teenagers to be my style icons, right?

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1:42 Jun 25th, 2012 | 387 notes

npr:

I really really love this photo. It tells a story. — tanya b.
tballardbrown:

Photographer extraordinaire, James Minchin III, was given access to the dressing rooms, art department, and sound stage of Mad Men. The result — an intimate, behind-the-scenes peek into the TV show, from meticiously detailed 1960s props to an image of don draper using an iPhone.
via WHORANGE: behind the scenes of mad men
Photo: James Minchin III 

npr:

I really really love this photo. It tells a story. — tanya b.

tballardbrown:

Photographer extraordinaire, James Minchin III, was given access to the dressing rooms, art department, and sound stage of Mad Men. The result — an intimate, behind-the-scenes peek into the TV show, from meticiously detailed 1960s props to an image of don draper using an iPhone.

via WHORANGE: behind the scenes of mad men

Photo: James Minchin III 

12:26 Jun 21st, 2012 | 432 notes

slaughterhouse90210:

“I do not know what it was about that boy but just looking at him, even I wanted to clout him on the head. It was a head that invited violence.” ― Patrick deWitt, The Sisters Brothers

slaughterhouse90210:

“I do not know what it was about that boy but just looking at him, even I wanted to clout him on the head. It was a head that invited violence.”
― Patrick deWitt, The Sisters Brothers

8:56 Jun 19th, 2012 | 1 note

"Slattery normally finds out because he knows where the scripts are buried and he goes and reads them before anybody else."

i love that john slattery is essentially roger sterling, and vice versa.

1:10 Feb 6th, 2012 | 283 notes

braiker:
Mad Men Falling Man Street Posters Humorously Altered

braiker:

Mad Men Falling Man Street Posters Humorously Altered

(via newsweek)

2:39 Feb 4th, 2012 | 605 notes

nevver:

Occupy Everything

nevver:

Occupy Everything