She stood witness in Crete to the deaths of the innocents. She stood in contempt of the sins of her parents, and gave Theseus the tools to end it. And in doing so, was abandoned.


Her life would have been lost if not for the chance meeting of the god of the abandoned on the shores of Naxos. She was saved by his kindness, and brought him peace through her love. It was only death that parted them.

Born to privilage yet without affection, only to build her own life in Paris. One day, a man named Cobb approached her graduate advisor, and her life changed forever.
what characters are you missing in your fandom? it doesn't look too big, so i'm curious



[ outofthedream Hi, friend!

Honestly, it’s a pretty small fandom, all things considered. As far as I know, there are 4-5 Arthurs and Eames running around, a couple of Cobbs, a couple of Fischers, a Mal or two who show up every now and then, myself and another Ariadne who is semi-active, and that’s about it. Activity really varies, honestly. I’m probably the most active Inception blog, along with a couple of Arthurs and Eames. (Eameii?)

I think having a Yusuf or Saito would kick ass, but honestly with this small of a cast and this limited (yet fertile!) canon to consider, I would say anyone is welcome to join as anyone. Part of the joy of playing in a completed canon is that a) people aren’t fucking your shit up week to week as new episodes and/or movies come out and b) you get some incredibly diverse interpretations that are all valid but going in different, awesome directions. And heaven knows there is tons of room for original characters as well.

tl;dr: Join as whoever you want! We’ve certainly got room for whoever, and while there’s no active Yusufs or Saitos running around, I’d say we could always use whoever people are interested in playing. ]

Dreams feel real while we’re in them. It’s only when we wake up that we realize something was actually strange.


An old man, filled with regret,

waiting to die

AU MEME: Saito is a time traveler, cursed with the gift of immortality until death at last decides to take his soul. 

“Another Great Hall on Ash Tree Lane” by Mazerine Diasen.
First exhibited during the Cale R. Warden Cinema-
On-Campus New York City Arts Festival. 1994.

“Another Great Hall on Ash Tree Lane” by Mazerine Diasen.
First exhibited during the Cale R. Warden Cinema-
On-Campus New York City Arts Festival. 1994.

[ outofthedream So, this is it. This is all I can take to control my migraines, because the rest of the medicines that work on migraines have bad interactions with my anti-anxiety medicine. For major pain, they will give me hydrocodone.

Frustrated? God yes, but this is where I’m at. I’m struggling with auras right now, and I can’t get the hydrocodone until Thursday because the pharmacy is out.

I’ll try to get to replies soon, but I just got home and need to relax a little. I’m so sorry about the health drama. I’m just really tired and a little lonely, if I’m honest. This is hard news. ]

Van Gogh is the finest painter of them all. Certainly the most popular, great painter of all time. The most beloved, his command of colour most magnificent. He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty. Pain is easy to portray, but to use your passion and pain to portray the ecstasy and joy and magnificence of our world, no one had ever done it before. Perhaps no one ever will again. To my mind, that strange, wild man who roamed the fields of Provence was not only the world's greatest artist, but also one of the greatest men who ever lived.


[ I made this to address those “Josie is a typewriter” rumors. ]


Sculptures by Reinoud Oudshoorn

Click on each image for details.

See more Reinoud Oudshoorn posts here.


Daniel Castan born 1959 in France  is a graduate of the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux. Previously a graphic designer, Castan worked with such organizations as UNICEF, Pierre Balmain, the UN, and  ZIPPO. It was not until the age of 40 that he picked up a paintbrush for his own enjoyment. Painting with a palette knife and an oil alkyd, Castan  works from his memories and his imagination while maintaining some realism via


Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane / Architects - ”Frozen Time”, LED installation for a Japanese watch brand CITIZEN in Basel, Switzerland, 2013 (via ArchDaily)


Taylor Marie McCormick aka Lalasiy - 1: Float On, 2012  2: 3.52, 2011  3: Starrs, 2012  4: Nightlights, 2012  5: Cosmic, 2012  6: White Night, 2012  7: Trance, 2012      Photography

I’ll tell you a riddle. you’re waiting for a train, a train that will take you far away.

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