(via expressionisbeauty)Source: puggert
HE WAS GOING TO DIE AND HE USED HIS REMAINING STRENGTH TO FREE HER… THIS IS HOW YOU OTP
YOUR OTP COULD NEVER
I often see things online about how Eugene should have waited to be saved, then cut her hair, or that he shouldn’t have cut as much, etc. but I feel like those people are missing the entire point.
Ok first of all, Eugene had waited for Rapunzel to heal him, who knows what would have happened, because Mother Gothel could have come and taken her away immediately. He instead makes the selfless decision with the little bit of strength that he has, to risk his own life in order to save Rapunzel. But more importantly: Eugene was selfish his entire life - mainly because nobody was ever looking out for him. He grew up poor and in an orphanage, so he had to be selfish in order to survive, which is why he turned to thieving. This moment is the moment where everything changes. It is the one time in his life that he puts someone else first.
Second: The symbolism behind the fact that he cuts her hair should tell you everything. All of Rapunzel’s life the only person who she ever knew to love her, didn’t actually love her, but she loved her hair. Gothel was always shown looking, talking to and kissing Rapunzel’s hair, and not really ever Rapunzel herself. Eugene, on the other hand, fell in love with Rapunzel the PERSON. He saw her as another human being, and he saw her heart. That is why he cut her hair - her hair didn’t matter to him because the magic was INSIDE her. He knew that and thus knew that even as he died, she would live a happy life because of how beautiful she is on the inside.
(via normajeanieinabottle)Source: disneyyandmore
I almost cried when I saw this part. This is what you do. You don’t continue on your way because it doesn’t involve you.
Look at the way she shields the stranger WITH HER OWN BODY.
This is what needs to happen when you see someone being bullied or harassed.
idk I don’t wanna get beat up too tho
(via talkinginmysleepaboutu)Source: backpacksandlemonade
Last year, the Italian photographer Vittoria Mentasti travelled to Canada to pursue the story of the Inuit people of Nunavut, the northernmost region of the Canadian Arctic. “I became interested in this story because of how completely removed it is from the consciousness of most Americans,” Mentasti said. A look at her photos: http://nyr.kr/1gaFoz7
Photographs by Vittoria Mentasti.
Source: coverjunkie.comBloomberg Businessweek (US)
New cover Bloomberg Businessweek
Creative Director Richard Turley carries also a fun to watch blog
Creative Director: Richard Turley
Design Director: Cynthia Hoffman
Art Director: Robert Vargas
Assistant Creative Director: Tracy Ma
Graphics Director: Jennifer Daniel
Designers: Maayan Pearl, Lee Wilson, Chandra Illick, Shawn Hasto
Graphics Editors: Evan Applegate, Christopher Nosenzo
Director of Photography: David Carthas
Deputy Photo Editor: Emily Keegin
Photo Editors: Alis Atwell, Meagan Ziegler-Haynes, Donna Cohen, Jamie Goldenberg, Diana Suryakusama
Design Manager: Emily Anton
Source: coverjunkie.comNew York Times Mag (US)
Photographed by Nick Ruechel
New cover design New York Times Mag
New York Times Magazine also carries an ace blog called “The 6th Floor” , a fun read.
Hugo Lindgren: editor
Arem Duplessis: Design Director
Gail Bichler: Art Director
Kathy Ryan: Director of Photography
Deputy Art Director: Caleb Bennett
Designers: Raul Aguila , Ben Grandgenett and Jason Sfetko