sublim-ature:

Gylltind, NorwayTommy Johansen

sublim-ature:

Gylltind, Norway
Tommy Johansen

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lustik:

Embroidered Leaves by Hillary Fayle. (photos: Natalie Hofert)

Lustiktwitter | pinterest | etsy

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anotic:

Banaue Rice Terraces  |  Aloïs Peiffer

anotic:

Banaue Rice Terraces  |  Aloïs Peiffer

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fleurdelunaa:

I want to paint words and pictures on someone body, I want to write my feelings for them all over their skin, I want to see goosebumps crawls over their skin from the words i wrote and how delicate I painted their fragile skin.

fleurdelunaa:

I want to paint words and pictures on someone body, I want to write my feelings for them all over their skin, I want to see goosebumps crawls over their skin from the words i wrote and how delicate I painted their fragile skin.

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askcobaltsnow:

blusunday:

huffingtonpost:

IKEA ADVERTISES ADOPTABLE DOGS IN STORES, BECAUSE EVERY HOME NEEDS A RESCUE PUP

The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.

Find out which state in the United States will be adopting rescue pet displays in Ikea stores here.

Genius

#crying

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chuckpalahniuk:

I wanted to share this poster we made for the Graphic Design Festival Breda which was held last month. We designed a typography poster with a visual update of a quote from the movie Fight Club. The poster was one of the winners of the Reflect - Poster Project.
The movie Fight Club was released in 1999, a pre-social media era. Tyler Durden was literally talking about our possessions, and how they can dominate and take over our lives. Fast-forwarding to the present there might be something else that made us slaves to our possessions. Putting Tyler Durden’s statement in a whole new perspective.

chuckpalahniuk:

I wanted to share this poster we made for the Graphic Design Festival Breda which was held last month. We designed a typography poster with a visual update of a quote from the movie Fight Club. The poster was one of the winners of the Reflect - Poster Project.

The movie Fight Club was released in 1999, a pre-social media era. Tyler Durden was literally talking about our possessions, and how they can dominate and take over our lives. Fast-forwarding to the present there might be something else that made us slaves to our possessions. Putting Tyler Durden’s statement in a whole new perspective.

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yulyah:

Healthy drinks | via Tumblr en We Heart It.

yulyah:

Healthy drinks | via Tumblr en We Heart It.

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chemicalaccess:

can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

mrpondtyler:

eventualprocrastination:

rikotin:

i-aint-bovvered:

skarosoul:

danglingthpider:

notquiteluke:

nepeter:

im really mad because boobs sounds too hilarious, tits sounds too vulgar, breasts too pretentious and any other words just make me want to laugh

what word am i supposed to use while writing

rumble spheres

wibbly wobbly booby woobies

tatty-bo-jangles

human milk sacks

pillows for friends

sweater puppets

breasticles

boing boing bags

chesticles

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fencer-x:

SHUT THE FRONT DOOR.

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