Eyes speak louder than words

lambylimbs:

referencing this

fredychilton:

"You’ve put on some make up, which I’ll do now. And the make up helps, ‘cause I don’t wear make up. And the voice helps ; and the voice doesn’t come until I get the wig on, I guess. I don’t know. And the walk doesn’t come til you try the shoes on. It sounds so stupid but it’s like you’re somebody else for a while. And then you’re not. And every little detail helps to take you away." —- Raúl Esparza on getting ready for Taboo [x]

One of the reasons I’m always concerned about art being taken out of schools is because it doesn’t mean that if you study art you’re going to become a pianist or an actor or a painter, but it does mean you’ll learn to think beyond true and false answers. You’ll learn to think for yourself in a totally new way, and that’s what creative arts education does.
Raúl Esparza, perfectly summarizing what those who structure the school curriculum fail to understand (via hannibalmorelikecannibal)

arkarti:

Adapt, Evolve, Become

"Sakizuki"

hannibal lecter meme 8/8 other outfits
that one outfit from “futamono”

mariska-chris-olivia-elliot:

- Raul and Mariska at the Joyful Mele 10th Anniversary Celebration presented by The Joyful Heart Foundation, August 31, 2014

applecherry108:

A character can still be a great character without being a good person.

In fact, some of the best characters are terrible people.

Because a character’s worth should be based on how complex and interesting they are, not their morality if they were real.