Midnight Horizons

22, female, live in london. A graduate of Drama and Theatre Studies from Goldsmiths University. Feel free to ask me anything :) All pictures are from others unless stated that they're mine, all written word is mine unless quoted.

Sep 16
upstagetraveler: It’s pretty cool when you try new positions and stumble upon a lightning effect.

upstagetraveler: It’s pretty cool when you try new positions and stumble upon a lightning effect.


facina-oris: STEPHANE ROLLAND HAUTE COUTURE FALL - WINTER 14/15

(via contagiouscostuming)


fyeahsetsandprops: Ghosts (State Theatre of South Australia)

Design by Victoria Lamb

(via thinktheatre)


Sep 15

just-another-sm:

After seeing my previous post about his communication with lighting equipment, my lighting designer calls me up, and before I can say anything, whispers:

"I’m the fresnel whisperer, bitch."

(via conversationsfromthebooth)


“Do you ever just crave someone’s presence? like you would literally be happy just sitting next to them & it could be completely silent.” Unknown (via halluzinogen)

(via lajoiedespetiteschoses)


Rain is good for romance. Walk through any city on a rainy day and you’re bound to see this: couples close and happy under a shared umbrella, one’s hand wrapped around the other’s on the handle. Or getting gloriously drenched together, usually grinning and soaking wet, the hell with an umbrella. Or head to head at small tables under outdoor cafe awnings. Pretending they stopped here to keep out of the rain, but really using the excuse to sit close together and touch a lot. Others enter a store laughing, laughing at their wetness, delighted about everything. They don’t want to buy anything; they’re just using this dry place as an intermission. A happy older couple across the restaurant helping each other dry off. They’re chatting animatedly for the first time in days, comparing notes about walking hand in hand through the storm to get here. They’re both famished now. Something about walking in the rain. They’ll eat like champions.

Days like these stay with you. A long time later you’ll ask— remember the crazy time we got caught in that storm? And their eyes will light up. Of course they remember. Guaranteed.
Rain is good for romance.

Jonathan Carroll (via browndresswithwhitedots)

Sep 14

(via ohlalaqeema)


master-haku: Millie being all super happy and puffy. :3

master-haku: Millie being all super happy and puffy. :3

(via lajoiedespetiteschoses)



mercurykiss:

gentlemanbones:

camerapits:

themiracleofmusic:

oh.

Actually, I think the kid is playing Minecraft. Which is essentially digital Legos.
Two generations of creative people, just different methods of expression. Let’s not shit on the digital age as much, ‘eh?

You know what’s great about Minecraft?
You don’t get lacerations from stepping on it.

You know what’s great about legos?Your shit doesn’t get blown up because a green penis snuck up on you.

mercurykiss:

gentlemanbones:

camerapits:

themiracleofmusic:

oh.

Actually, I think the kid is playing Minecraft. Which is essentially digital Legos.

Two generations of creative people, just different methods of expression. Let’s not shit on the digital age as much, ‘eh?

You know what’s great about Minecraft?

You don’t get lacerations from stepping on it.

You know what’s great about legos?

Your shit doesn’t get blown up because a green penis snuck up on you.

(via toopunkrockforurls)


Dragon bookmarks by Ferals Trumpet

Inspired by the Yorkshire legend of the Dragon of Loschy Wood. Like so many stories of great wurms, this one most likely alludes to earth energies whose presence is almost lost to us. The arch of the dragon’s neck hooks elegantly around the spine of your book and resembles the dragon head on the bow of a Viking ship. 

A black dragon egg of carved, smoked jade, a green agate Dragon Egg or lampwork heart. The heart is a lampwork bead, wrapped in filigree and adorned with Swarovoski crystals. 

(via drunk-on-books)


larmoyante: literary posters by bookrapport


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