tony eddicott

tony eddicott

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London, England / EXPLORER // DESIGNER :: inspired by the old, the new, the timeless, the forgotten... & other stuff [add salt]
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CHARLIE HEATON

Is he looks so much like a young Leonardo Dicaprio, but it is Charlie Heaton.

All our futures, in more ways than one, are threatened by the actions of the state. We

All our futures, in more ways than one, are threatened by the actions of the state. We're all haunted in one way or another.

Found moving house a struggle?! We get it. Our new Home Move hub has everything you need for pre and post-move from refurbished Dyson products to thousands of new beds with free delivery!

Found moving house a struggle? Our new Home Move hub has everything you need for pre and post-move from refurbished Dyson products to thousands of new beds with free delivery!

Definitely want a Pan's Labyrinth tattoo... But perhaps edit a line "La Magia Existe"

Definitely want a Pan's Labyrinth tattoo. But perhaps edit a line "La Magia Existe"

El laberinto del Fauno

Here's a cool alternative poster for Guillermo del Toro's 2006 film Pan's Labyrinth: It's by Belfast artist, Peter Strain - and you can buy one for here.

Whale Rider - the stirring, emotional drama about a young Maori girl who tries to break tradition and become head of her tribe.

Keisha Castle-Hughes in 'Whale Rider' - born 24 March 1990

Keisha Castle-Hughes, New Zealand actor in lead role of "Whale Rider" (2002) portraying a young Maori girl who is imbued with the spirit of the legendary Paikea, and fights to fulfil her destiny

Keisha Castle-Hughes, New Zealand actor in lead role of "Whale Rider" portraying a young Maori girl who is imbued with the spirit of the legendary Paikea, and fights to fulfil her destiny

Whale Rider.

The New Zealand film "Whale Rider" tells the story of a old Maori girl whose ancestor Paikea was the whale rider. Excellent foreign film for kids!

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"Pan's Labyrinth", from Guillermo del Toro. I really loved this movie, tells us so much about imagination, about the power of it. I love how the tragic reality and Ofelia's world intertwine.