2014.03.30 Photo 181 notes

  1. 2014.03.24 Photo 372,495 notes

  2. 2014.03.16 Text 126,031 notes

  3. a-masterpiece-of-understatement:

    When people constantly tell me “old movies are boring.”

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    "Old movies aren’t funny because they don’t swear."

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    "There aren’t any cute guys."

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    "Are you trying to be a hipster or something?"

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    (Source: , via ageekybear)

  4. 2014.03.16 Photo 89 notes

  5. An FB acquaintance.  Just thought this was a great picture…

    An FB acquaintance.  Just thought this was a great picture…
  6. 2014.03.16 Photo 146 notes

  7. thomcubby:

    Holi aftermath.

    (via 818cuddlebear)

    thomcubby:

Holi aftermath.
  8. 2014.03.16 Photo 426 notes

  9. (Source: mimejazz, via merde-noms)

  10. 2014.03.05 Photo 12 notes

  11. (Source: nixtwo)

  12. 2014.03.05 Photo 106 notes

  13. (Source: nixtwo)

  14. 2014.03.05 Photo 622 notes

  15. forties-fifties-sixties-love:

    Beechnut gum girl, 1940s

    (via living-in-retro-world)

    forties-fifties-sixties-love:

Beechnut gum girl, 1940s
  16. 2014.03.05 Photoset 560 notes

  17. gasoline-station:

    LAN chosen to restructure iconic Grand Palais in Paris

    Via

    "THE NEW GRAND PALAIS: AN EXAMPLE OF MODERNITY To our contemporary eyes, the Grand Palais is both an idea and a symbol of modernity. It is a hybrid building in terms of its architecture, its usage and its history. Neither a museum nor a simple monument, its architecture has an identity all its own, centered around the notion of a ‘culture machine,’ a spatial means for hosting a vast diversity of events and audiences that exponentially exalts the site’s “universal” and “republican” vocation. The restoration and restructuring of the entire monument affords us the chance to reinforce this aspiration. 

    The coming restructuring foresees the implementation of a new circulation mechanism centered around the middle building, the restoration of the galleries surrounding the Grand Nave, the installation of a climate control system, the creation of a logistics center, bringing the entire building up to code, and opening the large bay windows and passageways in order to restore the building’s original coherence and sense of transparency. These interventions represent a unique opportunity to re-discover the traces and ways in which the Grand Palais has withstood the test of time, survived changes in its function, to assert architecture as a point of departure, and the space as nurturing life and society.”

    (Source: ryanpanos)

  18. 2014.03.05 Photoset 201,760 notes

  19. 2014.02.25 Photoset 3,222 notes

  20. 2014.02.23 Photo 340 notes

  21. scifi-fantasy-horror:

    gigantic shell by Kood

    scifi-fantasy-horror:

gigantic shell by Kood
  22. 2014.02.23 Photo 1,116 notes

  23. losangelesallday:

    socool socal*

    (Source: kaceylynch)

    losangelesallday:

socool socal*
  24. 2014.02.23 Photo 58 notes

  25. konradwerks:

    warlord 3 of 28

    I really like this artist’s style; reminds me of someone else a bit but can’t put my finger on it.

    konradwerks:

warlord 3 of 28

I really like this artist’s style; reminds me of someone else a bit but can’t put my finger on it.