Frank Ocean | Thinkin Bout You

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proxide:

Nat Sherman Classic Blue 

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vacill-ation:

"I like to look for things no one else catches."

Amélie (2001)
Jean-Pierre Jeunet

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lay top of cement blocks

basement thoughts

concrete emotions 

stay-

closely on a bed of sadness

of i love you now

of i want to stay here

before you left me

here

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unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

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Maps - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Wait! They don’t love you like I love you
Wait! They don’t love you like I love you

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lohanthony:

let’s go somewhere

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asylum-art:

Wim Delvoye:  Scarred Rock, ,

on artnet, Facebook

With the advancement of technology, delivering messages has never been this easy. All we do is create emails, text messages and even twitter posts, and it’s just a click away! Except for the Belgian artist who puts great effort in delivering such message, Wim Delvoye.

Delvoye, puts an iconic work of art by inscribing messages on mountains in a massive scale. Just a simple message, he puts a great effort of putting reminders beyond the ordinary. Instead of painting a canvas to put out his creativity, he sets out a statement by making an effort to connect with nature.

Come to think of it, he sets out a message to everyone by being aware that each significant human experience correlates with the forces of nature.


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womaninthewoods:

I could get used to this. (at Dillon Reservoir)

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