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earthlycreations:

Palouse Falls with the Milky Way | Jeremy Vesely | Website
nudepageant:

color splash

mothbug:

primadonna girl 

✿ all i ever wanted was the world 

(via seahells)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Her Royal Flyness

The Ex Boyfriend Revenge Kit

princeowl:

taking a dump in your own toilet after being on vacation is one of life’s purest and greatest joys

(via creativityiswar)

burpywatermelons:

The best Pokemon name in the world.

(Source: montagemode, via cairomo)

y-u-so-gian:

theanti90smovement:

right now a baby is being born

right now someone just clogged a public toilet and is running out of the bathroom as fast as they can

life goes on

Hopefully this is not the same person

(via ahhhh-dolfo)

Sorry everyone!

I’m working for the Girl Scouts at 7000 foot elevation and barely any service… I’ll be back in AUUUUGUUUUST :)

llbwwb:

(via 500px / orange dress by visarute angkatavanich)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ben Watts

Big Up

Big Up is an impressive array of portraits featuring rappers, actors, boxers, dancers, skateboarders, children, and other street characters. London-born photographer Ben Watts started this collection in 1990 when he came to New York from the Sydney College of Arts. Fascinated by the faces and energy of New York’s urban youth culture, the book started as a collection of personal snapshots that continued to build over a dozen years.

And the title? “Big Up is a Jamaican expression used in dancehall music to give respect”, Emil Wilbekin explains in the forward. The book’s design pays full homage to the subjects by matching their completely cool aesthetic, the stylized pages scrawling with sharpie notes, ticket stubs, tape and other mixed media. Big Up was published in 2003 through Princeton Architectural Press. 

Ben Watts is a regular contributor to publications such as Interview magazine, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and Vibe. His work can regularly be seen in advertisements for Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Kodak, Sony Music, and several other iconic American companies.

(via ididntchoosethebeardlife)