palmandlaser:

Guy Billout (1984)

palmandlaser:

Guy Billout (1984)

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Ohya / Astro Boy by Ohya Fall/Winter 2000

Ohya / Astro Boy by Ohya Fall/Winter 2000

(Source: archivings, via couchdad)

borngold:

in september 2011 i put out a record called Bodysongs that was kind of the culmination of a few years of dancing in my various bedrooms, and also touring around with some of my best friends in a defiant act of total economic irresponsibility.

lately, probably because of the fun music i’m making at this very moment, i’ve developed a bit of a nostalgia for this period, and a renewed appreciation for the album. 

my job, fundamentally, is to make you feel good, to make you feel like you can accomplish anything, and then to complicate that emotion so it doesn’t bloom into escapism. i’ve veered off the path of that task, or even completely subverted it in different ways over the years, but my ultimate destination is still completely in focus, don’t make any mistake

i just uploaded Bodysongs to youtube for safe-keeping. if you choose to revisit it, try to couple it with some dancing, some laughing, some swimming. we’re here after all.

nooseofreality:

Stills of footage from the tape that was in my camera when I bought it. All footage from March and April 1995 of a family that I don’t know in a place I don’t know or recognize. 

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thethirstydude:

To all who would desecrate tombs. Give it a clicky click.

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cameos:

hmmm i think rollerblading would be much more difficult if we had four legs and wore rollerblades on all four

This could work a couple ways. I swear I’ve seen a dog in rollerblades and they were not into it. But what about if we had four legs like a centaur?

This could be okay.

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starkexpos:

Avengers (1963) #5

I have never laughed at a single panel so hard in my life. 

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dendropsyche:

andromeda4002019:

i got this at an art museum from a vending machine with boxes of tiny art inside. u didnt know what u were gonna get. i straight up paid $3 for this

Not a dime wasted

dendropsyche:

andromeda4002019:

i got this at an art museum from a vending machine with boxes of tiny art inside. u didnt know what u were gonna get. i straight up paid $3 for this

Not a dime wasted

(Source: glomarresponse, via avantblargh)