Gutter Theatrical

I post what I like. Things I like include: books and the people who write them; la belle epoque; comedy and witticisms; music/musicians (especially of the angsty and British varieties); abandoned buildings and places; musical theatre and other forms of nerdery. This is also my personal blog so I write about my life and post my art when I feel like it.
I have a side music blog: hearthemusicraging.tumblr.com


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I was pretty into the moon last night

I was pretty into the moon last night

Reblogged from mymodernmet

mymodernmet:

Renowned Japanese watch manufacturer CITIZEN recently unveiled a stunning installation called LIGHT is TIME at Milan Design Week. Displayed in the Triennale di Milano exhibition hall, the spectacular installation consists of 80,000 main plates (the structural bases of watches) suspended from 4,200 metal threads hooked to the ceiling.

Reblogged from queased

picopeach:

pink things in san francisco

(Source: queased, via z2z2z)

Reblogged from gillyskerbz
gillyskerbz:

There is a light and it never goes out

gillyskerbz:

There is a light and it never goes out

(via polkanots)

You have friends who actually care about you and speak the language of the inner self. You have avoided them of late. Your soul is as disheveled as your apartment, and until you can clean it up a little you don’t want to invite anyone inside Jay McInerney, Bright Lights Big City
Reblogged from tatiusflame
tatiusflame:

Nick Cave

tatiusflame:

Nick Cave

Reblogged from feuilys

feuilys:

i wonder why when women write teen novels they’re categorized as chicklit yet when jgreen writes teen novels hes a nyt best selling author and praised as understanding the tru nature of teens nvm i know why

(via kingfausto)

Reblogged from nxt-2-nrml

broadwayismagic:

nxt-2-nrml:

How does being a fan of Broadway even work for people who don’t live in New York? like, are you guys ok?

No. No we’re not.

Reblogged from lecataste
From Frank O’Hara’s “Mayakovsky” (1957)

From Frank O’Hara’s “Mayakovsky” (1957)

(via lecataste)

Reblogged from theparisreview
theparisreview:

A sketch that led up to Francis Cugat’s painting for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, one of the most celebrated and widely disseminated book jackets in twentieth-century American literature. As Charles Scribner III writes in “Gatsby Illuminated,” “The artist’s image preceded the finish manuscript … The dust jacket seems to have influenced two passages.”

theparisreview:

A sketch that led up to Francis Cugat’s painting for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, one of the most celebrated and widely disseminated book jackets in twentieth-century American literature. As Charles Scribner III writes in “Gatsby Illuminated,” “The artist’s image preceded the finish manuscript … The dust jacket seems to have influenced two passages.”