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phexxiebizarre:

Model - Phexxie Bizarre

Photography - Kate Robson

MUA & Hair - Nikki Armstrong

heather-mason:

‘ello, it’s me!  This is what I wore to the premiere of Silent Hill: Revelation.  It was just for fun, so I know it’s not true to the character.  (It’s cold where I live, so I had to wear orange tights instead of socks!)

heather-mason:

‘ello, it’s me!  This is what I wore to the premiere of Silent Hill: Revelation.  It was just for fun, so I know it’s not true to the character.  (It’s cold where I live, so I had to wear orange tights instead of socks!)

newstormsforoldlovers-:

My bikini is cooler than yours

newstormsforoldlovers-:

My bikini is cooler than yours

thechurchofchris:

Me everyday before 3 PM.

thechurchofchris:

Me everyday before 3 PM.

-asphyxial-:

My Jill Valentine half assed costume from RE 3 last year. Haha, I don’t have any better pics.

-asphyxial-:

My Jill Valentine half assed costume from RE 3 last year. Haha, I don’t have any better pics.

the-adventures-of-captain-falcon:

“Zombie Zoo”

By: Chris Fuller @ Junkyard Ink  

This piece has been carved into me in honor of my family. For those who have passed away, the zombies represent the idea of life in death as a living memory. The tree and garden are for my grandmother who never minded when my cousin and I picked her perfectly pruned flowers to make “tea” when we were young’ins. Four owls represent my cousins and I, and a stag for my aunt who was my rock during adolescent years. A double-headed snake is prominent on my shoulder in honor of my father who passed. The two heads represent both his tender and strict sides. 12 lightning bugs commemorate a bonding experience with my cousin as well as my lucky number. A spade, diamond, heart, and club are carved into the tree for my grandfather who taught me how to play cards. Bullet holes also adorn the tree in honor of my uncle who attempted to shape me into his very own Annie Oakley. 

the-adventures-of-captain-falcon:

“Zombie Zoo”

By: Chris Fuller @ Junkyard Ink  

This piece has been carved into me in honor of my family. For those who have passed away, the zombies represent the idea of life in death as a living memory. The tree and garden are for my grandmother who never minded when my cousin and I picked her perfectly pruned flowers to make “tea” when we were young’ins. Four owls represent my cousins and I, and a stag for my aunt who was my rock during adolescent years. A double-headed snake is prominent on my shoulder in honor of my father who passed. The two heads represent both his tender and strict sides. 12 lightning bugs commemorate a bonding experience with my cousin as well as my lucky number. A spade, diamond, heart, and club are carved into the tree for my grandfather who taught me how to play cards. Bullet holes also adorn the tree in honor of my uncle who attempted to shape me into his very own Annie Oakley.