classicactresses:

Olivia de Havilland & Errol Flynn + Kisses

MOVIES

-Captain Blood (1935)

-The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)

-The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)

-Four’s a Crowd (1938)

-Dodge City (1939)

-The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)

-Santa Fe Trail (1940)

-They Died with Their Boots On (1941)

(via theacademy)

ungoliantschilde:

Cliff Chiang ~ a Series of Star Wars Propaganda posters.

He sells these and the Bombshells prints on his website:

http://www.cliffchiang.com

His original art is for sale from:

http://www.splashpageart.com

coreyzard:

Nothing can describe how much I wish these were real official pictures.

This is some of the coolest fan art I’ve seen.

(Source: engelha5t.deviantart.com)

starwarsvillains:

New Art for Star Wars Rebels [Sources: x x x x x x ]

darthtrey:

Clone Wars Characters that Originally Appeared in the Movies

One of my favorite things about Star Wars the Clone Wars is that the vast majority of the characters that appear in the show originally appeared in the background of the six films. Here are some of my favorites. These images were originally put up on IGN, go check out their article if you want to see others.

diecry:

Ad Libitum by David Redon

For Ads Libitum, the French artist David Redon has taken modern-day pop-culture icons and appropriated them for classic 1950s American adverts and wartime propaganda posters.

"For me, artists are like adverts for the people," Redon told us. "They care very much about their image and every detail is calculated, like in advertising. And artists have always been associated with advertising, because they are heroes to people who aspire to be something else. I think that art and advertising are very close today, artists have to sell like advertisers, advertisers use artists to be attractive, and artists use advertising techniques to touch more people."

(via moolawnokay)

brianandhisbike:

Drew up Cody, Gree and Rex for Illustrator practice!

coolscriptcovers:

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid written by William Goldman.
7/15/68 draft, cover. The script earned Mr. Goldman an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.

coolscriptcovers:

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid written by William Goldman.

7/15/68 draft, cover. The script earned Mr. Goldman an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.

mentalflossr:

10 Extreme Easter Eggs

Easter is next week!