egg-rolls:

when u stand up 2 fast n suddenly ur floatin thru space n time

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trillow:

this is the police. open up. tell me something about yourself, don’t be afraid

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kingcheddarxvii:

Take any movie premise about a white man and make it about a grandma and it becomes twice as interesting

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broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.
broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:


FOREVER REBLOG.


my god

the Snape one gets me every time.

broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:

FOREVER REBLOG.

my god

the Snape one gets me every time.

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darkandlong:

i-D scan
darkandlong:

i-D scan

flatsound:

i wanna feel how dogs feel when you let them go in a big field 

(via asian)

997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X 997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.
Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.
X

997:

When Araki was twenty he saw Ed van der Elsken’s 54 photobook Love on the Left Bank. Inspired he made images referencing the poses he found within it. His 2014 exhibition at Tokyo's Taka Ishii Gallery returns to the theme; steadily losing the sight in his right eye though undeterred in his shooting, Araki shot hundreds of images onto slide film then obscuring the right half of each image with a marker pen before printing them. The resulting images play with Araki's usual themes; death, love, life, sex.

Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”. Published by Taka Ishii Gallery, 2014.

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dlubes:

does it ever kill you when you make conversation with the person youve been looking forward to talking to the entire day and they just kinda brush you off

(via fake-mermaid)

Confidence goals: Kanye West 

Attitude goals: Rihanna

Money goals: Beyonce

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glowcloud:

when ur trying to act chill

image

(via succeeding)