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criou:

Send me “hey promo” i’ll promote you•

criou:

  • Send me “hey promo” i’ll promote you•

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suparlak:

"We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps." — Hermann Hesse (Siddhartha)

suparlak:

"We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps." 
— Hermann Hesse (Siddhartha)

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nevver:

Peanuts
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mariella-angela:

Acid Rap | Oil on Canvas | 24x30

mariella-angela:

Acid Rap | Oil on Canvas | 24x30

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mymysterymeat:

how are there ppl not in love w him

mymysterymeat:

how are there ppl not in love w him

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snowce:

Joaquin Phoenix & Liv Tyler

snowce:

Joaquin Phoenix & Liv Tyler

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rrbbyy:

Andrew Masullo

rrbbyy:

Andrew Masullo

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euo:

13 Essential Rules for Understanding the World | Basim Magdy

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musicbloge:

FKA twigs - Give Up

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jpegheaven:

Allan Wexler.
Coffee Seeks Its Own Level. 1990. If one person alone lifts his cup, coffee overflows the other three cups. All four people need to coordinate their actions and lift simultaneously. Inspired by the principle “water seeks its own level”. I had been working on a series of projects using basic scientific principles learned in high school as a means to explore architectural issues.    

jpegheaven:

Allan Wexler.

Coffee Seeks Its Own Level. 1990. If one person alone lifts his cup, coffee overflows the other three cups. All four people need to coordinate their actions and lift simultaneously. Inspired by the principle “water seeks its own level”. I had been working on a series of projects using basic scientific principles learned in high school as a means to explore architectural issues.    

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asylum-art:

Photographs of Mirrors on Easels that Look Like Paintings in the Desert by Daniel Kukla

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Last spring, Brooklyn-based photographer, Daniel Kukla, took refuge for a month in a cabin in the Joshua Tree National Park as part of an artist’s residency by the United States National Park Service. From sun up to sun down, Kukla roamed the desert with a mirror, easel, and camera. He photographed the propped mirror to catch the opposing elements within the environment, creating abnormal yet striking imagery as a result.

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