Well hi di hi to you one and all. I'm Bradley, a second year Costume and Set Designer currently studying at the Arts University Bournemouth.
My passion is for costume and set design in all its varying forms of glittering glory.
  • I adore antique shopping whilst at home and this shop is also up for us to use for a photo shoot #newark #antiques #happy

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  • ambidexterous:

    Fantastic hybrids of menswear and corsetry by Sylvain Nuffer.

    (via hoop-skirts-and-corsets)

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  • fashionsfromhistory:

    Evening Cape

    c.1900

    Probably French

    MET

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  • klainecologist:

    " What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play. Life is a Cabaret, old chum, Come to the Cabaret."

    (via anasvargas)

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  • horanyewest:

    first things first i’m a princess

    (via le-cafe-musain)

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  • colwengrounds:

    image

    image

    [fiyero-ing intensifies]

    (via sharksnotshots)

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  • lyndraws:

    this show killed me 

    it killed most of them as well

    (via simonsjumpers)

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  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Tapestry closeups

    (Source: the-hobbit, via eros-turannos)

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  • themagicfarawayttree:

    Found on inthetopofboredom.tumblr.com

    (via thedruidsforest)

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  • roscographer:

    daisyeatsapples:

    I watched the video of Rebecca Sugar singing this on a panel. It’s going to be in a future episode of Steven Universe but i loved it do much i sat down and figured out the chords :D

    Check out my frond being awesome and super talented.

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  • Willemijn Verkaik singing Defying Gravity in 3 different languages (and bonus Language of Riff) on Obsessed! with Seth Rudetsky (x)

    (download link)

    (Source: fan-tastig, via anasvargas)

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  • asylum-art:

    Anoka Faruqee ‘s dizzying moiré paintings teeter between physical fact and psychedelic fantasy.

    ( Acrylic on linen on panel)
    When walking towards a painting by Anoka Faruqee your eyes refuse to settle.  Turquoise, formed into an elongated triangular band, is pinched between two golden curves.  The turquoise is misbehaving.  Instead of sitting still it appears to flex and blend into the yellow.  As you get closer the painting changes, and at arm’s length another dramatic shift occurs, the previous turquoise and gold bands of color atomizes into narrow, serpentine, overlapping lines with several more colors, no longer just turquoise and gold.  Looking across the room your eyes settle on another painting.  This square shaped canvas is a warm gray that seems to dance.  Upon closer inspection the pleasantly worked surface transforms into a swirling design of forest green and cherry red lines.  Faruqee calls this series of paintings the Moiré series, after the illusion with the same name.  The history of Modern art is often told as a race towards extremes, but will that be true of 21st century art?  Anoka Faruqee’s work seems to place less emphasis on ‘pureness’ than other abstraction.  Faruqee’s work suggests that we can be more complex, and where artists over the past sixty years searched for the strongest statement, maybe our searches will lead in different, more nuanced directions.  
     

    (via asylum-art)

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