Monday, September 16, 2013
Wednesday, September 4, 2013

bookshop:

clickthefrog:

No but seriously he’s totally checking him out

Okay, but seriously, so is everyone else in the room, except for Yusuf, who’s totes making lists of all the shit he’s going to buy with Cobb’s blackmail money, and Coob, who’s checkin’ out Saito, hell yeah. ARIADNE’S FACE, THO.

beautiful. beautiful. favourite. expand this up to maximum size and feast your eyes, everyone. [n.b. this is probably my least favourite arthur costume. ALTHOUGH OBVIOUSLY EVERY COSTUME IN THIS MOVIE IS UTTER PERFECTION, NEVER 4GET.]

Friday, August 30, 2013

bookshop:

theaoidos:

greatest passive aggressive moment ever captured on film.

never getting over Mr. Eames, never

(Source: moltocontento)

Monday, August 5, 2013 Wednesday, July 17, 2013

notimeforcookies:

I wanted to draw Arthur and Eames growing up and this is the result. I’m surprisingly happy with the way it turned out actually! :D

Friday, June 28, 2013
velvet-toucher:

Eames / Arthur from Inception.

TOO PERFECT.

velvet-toucher:

Eames / Arthur from Inception.

TOO PERFECT.

Saturday, June 15, 2013

therealfoxxcub:

onemooncat:

dreamhusbands:

loobeeinthesky:

I was kindly asked if I would put up my old Inception fan art here. Instead of spamming the hell out of people I put most of my faves into this one post, i’m surprised I drew so much as I’m quite lazy.

Need to start drawing again, haven’t done so in ages.

So many good things in one post. Stahp.

I am very happy now.

LOOBEE IS THE BEST *______*

4EVER A LOOBEE FANGURL. inception fandom 4ever.

Saturday, June 8, 2013
tomhardyvariations:

Tom Hardy explains Eames:

“[Christopher Nolan] wanted a little bit of John Hurt. A little bit of Bond-ness. A little bit of the Royal Shakespeare company. A bit of Farley Granger. He gave me a book to read about forgery about the fake masterpieces by the Dutch artist. He used to forge. Colin Firth played him… He gave me images and ideas to collect to put into this character. He liked what I did in “RocknRolla” and wanted to keep it as close to me as possible in many ways. And he didn’t want to try too hard. He wanted to really create something. …
And there’s something very old school, MI-5 about this guy as well. He’s got the Graham Greene ‘Our Man in Havana’ type. Old and faded, slightly shabby, down and out diplomats. A bit unscrupulous and off-the-radar. He’s got the gambling and he’s into the dream stuff. Parts of him you find questionable, but you’ve also got the fighting and the scenes within the dreamscape, which shows a potential military background. He’s a very can-do person with weaponry as well. He a good blend of the British kind of espionage take on what a James Bond type would be. Educated. Also minimal effort, maximum force when it comes to the speedy delivery of violence and death. That’s something we pride ourselves on in the military in Britain. That was very clear. He’s an archetype.”  
(full interview here)

tomhardyvariations:

Tom Hardy explains Eames:

“[Christopher Nolan] wanted a little bit of John Hurt. A little bit of Bond-ness. A little bit of the Royal Shakespeare company. A bit of Farley Granger. He gave me a book to read about forgery about the fake masterpieces by the Dutch artist. He used to forge. Colin Firth played him… He gave me images and ideas to collect to put into this character. He liked what I did in “RocknRolla” and wanted to keep it as close to me as possible in many ways. And he didn’t want to try too hard. He wanted to really create something. …

And there’s something very old school, MI-5 about this guy as well. He’s got the Graham Greene ‘Our Man in Havana’ type. Old and faded, slightly shabby, down and out diplomats. A bit unscrupulous and off-the-radar. He’s got the gambling and he’s into the dream stuff. Parts of him you find questionable, but you’ve also got the fighting and the scenes within the dreamscape, which shows a potential military background. He’s a very can-do person with weaponry as well. He a good blend of the British kind of espionage take on what a James Bond type would be. Educated. Also minimal effort, maximum force when it comes to the speedy delivery of violence and death. That’s something we pride ourselves on in the military in Britain. That was very clear. He’s an archetype.”  

(full interview here)

Friday, May 31, 2013

morgan-leigh:

“Pulp”, “Private Affairs”, and “The Accomplices” by Fanlay.

This remains my favorite fanart ever of ALL TIME. Ugh, so damn good.

NEVER 4GET BEAUTIFUL INCEPTION FANART

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
ohfreckle:

sibilantly:

Texts from last night, Arthur and Eames edition #6

I never noticed how Eames totally ogles Arthur’s arse.

seriously??

ohfreckle:

sibilantly:

Texts from last night, Arthur and Eames edition #6

I never noticed how Eames totally ogles Arthur’s arse.

seriously??