After 10 hours of traveling with stress and headache I'm home wrapped up in a blanket with a cup of tea and just relaxing to the fullest 🍵
What is your best way to relax after a hectic day? ❤️
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Who do you trust when corruption and lust, creed of all the unjust leaves you empty and unwhole?
When will this nightmare be over? Tell me
When can I empty my head?
Will someone tell me the answer?
Is God really dead?
Is God really dead? 💀⚰
As children we grew up with fairy tales and cartoons that ended with our protagonists living “happily ever after.” But what if things were different?
Illustrator Justin Turrentine explores alternative resolutions to some of Disney’s most popular feature-length animations.
In these tales, that the artist visually re-imagines, we’re exposed to a different kind of “happy ending” where the characters we’re most used to referring to as the “bad guy” winds up victorious.
In Turrentine’s Happy Endings for Disney Villains series, evil has won over good and the villains basque in their glory.. (SWIPE!)