DAN MERRICK

































"When you go to a mystery film and they tie it all up at the end—to me, that’s a real letdown. In a mystery, somehow in the middle it’s all opened up, and you can go out to infinity trying to form your own conclusions. There’s so many possibilities. And that feeling is, like, real neat to me…" — David Lynch































































"When you go to a mystery film and they tie it all up at the end—to me, that’s a real letdown. In a mystery, somehow in the middle it’s all opened up, and you can go out to infinity trying to form your own conclusions. There’s so many possibilities. And that feeling is, like, real neat to me…" — David Lynch































































"When you go to a mystery film and they tie it all up at the end—to me, that’s a real letdown. In a mystery, somehow in the middle it’s all opened up, and you can go out to infinity trying to form your own conclusions. There’s so many possibilities. And that feeling is, like, real neat to me…" — David Lynch































































"When you go to a mystery film and they tie it all up at the end—to me, that’s a real letdown. In a mystery, somehow in the middle it’s all opened up, and you can go out to infinity trying to form your own conclusions. There’s so many possibilities. And that feeling is, like, real neat to me…" — David Lynch































































"When you go to a mystery film and they tie it all up at the end—to me, that’s a real letdown. In a mystery, somehow in the middle it’s all opened up, and you can go out to infinity trying to form your own conclusions. There’s so many possibilities. And that feeling is, like, real neat to me…" — David Lynch































































"When you go to a mystery film and they tie it all up at the end—to me, that’s a real letdown. In a mystery, somehow in the middle it’s all opened up, and you can go out to infinity trying to form your own conclusions. There’s so many possibilities. And that feeling is, like, real neat to me…" — David Lynch

"When you go to a mystery film and they tie it all up at the end—to me, that’s a real letdown. In a mystery, somehow in the middle it’s all opened up, and you can go out to infinity trying to form your own conclusions. There’s so many possibilities. And that feeling is, like, real neat to me…" — David Lynch

(Source: strangewood)


mongonga:

  Set of vintage female superhero pin-up art by Stephen Langmead
The characters include:
1963’s Wasp
 1941’s Wonder Woman
1956’s Batwoman
 1965’s Crystal from Inhumans
 1961’s Sue Storm
1964’s Scarlet Witch
mongonga:

  Set of vintage female superhero pin-up art by Stephen Langmead
The characters include:
1963’s Wasp
 1941’s Wonder Woman
1956’s Batwoman
 1965’s Crystal from Inhumans
 1961’s Sue Storm
1964’s Scarlet Witch
mongonga:

  Set of vintage female superhero pin-up art by Stephen Langmead
The characters include:
1963’s Wasp
 1941’s Wonder Woman
1956’s Batwoman
 1965’s Crystal from Inhumans
 1961’s Sue Storm
1964’s Scarlet Witch
mongonga:

  Set of vintage female superhero pin-up art by Stephen Langmead
The characters include:
1963’s Wasp
 1941’s Wonder Woman
1956’s Batwoman
 1965’s Crystal from Inhumans
 1961’s Sue Storm
1964’s Scarlet Witch
mongonga:

  Set of vintage female superhero pin-up art by Stephen Langmead
The characters include:
1963’s Wasp
 1941’s Wonder Woman
1956’s Batwoman
 1965’s Crystal from Inhumans
 1961’s Sue Storm
1964’s Scarlet Witch
mongonga:

  Set of vintage female superhero pin-up art by Stephen Langmead
The characters include:
1963’s Wasp
 1941’s Wonder Woman
1956’s Batwoman
 1965’s Crystal from Inhumans
 1961’s Sue Storm
1964’s Scarlet Witch

mongonga:

  Set of vintage female superhero pin-up art by Stephen Langmead

The characters include:

1963’s Wasp

1941’s Wonder Woman

1956’s Batwoman

 1965’s Crystal from Inhumans

1961’s Sue Storm

1964’s Scarlet Witch