Fuck The World .

elinpriest:

It’s been real teddy bear family.

anchy17bananchy97:

Cute Baby on We Heart It.
fotofurnl:

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Wahya prepares to strike upon his prey…
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fotofurnl:

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Wahya prepares to strike upon his prey…

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rikezoellner:

Alice In Wonderland - Key Photo - The Dormouse

A dormouse needs a blanket, doesn’t it? A constant token of security and comfort. But also, the dormouse character in Lewis Carroll’s novel is asleep most of the time. Well, this photo shows an elephant costume, but his big ears made me want to give my dormouse massive ears too. Mouse ears as big, that they may serve as a blanket. Because the set design will be very minimal, the costumes need to enrich the performance also by its function. They need to provide other layers of possibilities, things to play with, such as ears that turn into a blanket, or a pillow. I would like the ears to be that big, so that no matter of its body size, the dormouse will look cute. Very cute. Too cute to be important in the Tea Party scene, and yet so cute that Alice will like her. Probably as cute as this little boy, in its elephant costume. 
Yet, it is a dormouse, and the “sleepy” character should somehow be expressed in it. Also, I do not wish to pretend that the animals in Alice in Wonderland are “real animals”. It is on stage, so you know it isn’t real, which leads me to the idea of rather stylising them, expressing their character traits through form and material. Back to the sleepy character trait: a pyjama is naturally the first thing one would think of. But, I want to avoid possible sexualisation, and keep it gender neutral by finding an appropriate shape.

Photo found on www.pinterest.com

rikezoellner:

Alice In Wonderland - Key Photo - The Dormouse

A dormouse needs a blanket, doesn’t it? A constant token of security and comfort. But also, the dormouse character in Lewis Carroll’s novel is asleep most of the time. Well, this photo shows an elephant costume, but his big ears made me want to give my dormouse massive ears too. Mouse ears as big, that they may serve as a blanket. Because the set design will be very minimal, the costumes need to enrich the performance also by its function. They need to provide other layers of possibilities, things to play with, such as ears that turn into a blanket, or a pillow. I would like the ears to be that big, so that no matter of its body size, the dormouse will look cute. Very cute. Too cute to be important in the Tea Party scene, and yet so cute that Alice will like her. Probably as cute as this little boy, in its elephant costume. 

Yet, it is a dormouse, and the “sleepy” character should somehow be expressed in it. Also, I do not wish to pretend that the animals in Alice in Wonderland are “real animals”. It is on stage, so you know it isn’t real, which leads me to the idea of rather stylising them, expressing their character traits through form and material. Back to the sleepy character trait: a pyjama is naturally the first thing one would think of. But, I want to avoid possible sexualisation, and keep it gender neutral by finding an appropriate shape.

Photo found on www.pinterest.com

cosplaysleepeatplay:

This Superdog is so cute! One of the Best animal costumes

cosplaysleepeatplay:

This Superdog is so cute! One of the Best animal costumes

andcamethetyrant:

Why do you wear that stupid bunny suit?

andcamethetyrant:

Why do you wear that stupid bunny suit?