Salt Green Streams

''But we are spirits of another sort.
I with the morning's love have oft made sport,
And like a forester the groves may tread
Even till the eastern gate, all fiery-red,
Opening on Neptune with fair blessèd beams,
Turns unto yellow gold his salt green streams.''
William Shakespeare
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Act III Scene ii

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What qualities does being a demon bring out in Dean? Does it magnify any of the aspects of him that we’ve seen already?
Oh, it’s like an ultra version of a womanizing party animal. He’s out partying in Vegas with the King of Hell, he’s got backstage passes and he doesn’t give a sh-t about anything. That’s essentially what we’re going to see. (via)

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Goose Girl

Czechoslovakia, 1990

title: The Goose Girl | Princezna Husopaska | Die Geschichte von der Gänseprinzessin und ihrem treuen Pferd Falada | East Germany, 1988

director: Konrad Petzold

with:  Dana Morávková, Michaela Kuklová, Eberhard Mellies


writer: Grimm Brothers  (story)

artwork: Hana Hejzlarová

price: £32.00

Beautifully illustrated kids poster for Brothers Grimm fairy tale The Goose Girl, directed by German director Konrad Petzold, 1988. Illustration for this classical fairy tale was made by Hana Hejzlarová, 1990.


(via The Goose Girl - Brother Grimms, Hana Hejzlarová, 1990)

jozefsquare:

Goose Girl

Czechoslovakia, 1990

title: The Goose Girl | Princezna Husopaska | Die Geschichte von der Gänseprinzessin und ihrem treuen Pferd Falada | East Germany, 1988

director: Konrad Petzold

with:  Dana Morávková, Michaela Kuklová, Eberhard Mellies


writer: Grimm Brothers  (story)

artwork: Hana Hejzlarová

price: £32.00

Beautifully illustrated kids poster for Brothers Grimm fairy tale The Goose Girl, directed by German director Konrad Petzold, 1988. Illustration for this classical fairy tale was made by Hana Hejzlarová, 1990.


(via The Goose Girl - Brother Grimms, Hana Hejzlarová, 1990)

I have no mercy or compassion in me for a society that will crush people, and then penalize them for not being able to stand under the weight.

—Malcolm X | The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1964)

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