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Magnetic Fields - I Can't Touch You Anymore

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Magnetic Fields - I Can’t Touch You Anymore

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Pink Floyd & The Orb - San Tropez

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

artistdujour:

Adolf Münzer

Poster design by Adolf Münzer for an exhibition of Carl Reiser’s work at the the fine art dealer Brakl in Munich, ca. 1907.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

artistdujour:

Adolf Münzer

Poster design by Adolf Münzer for an exhibition of Carl Reiser’s work at the the fine art dealer Brakl in Munich, ca. 1907.

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stormtrooperfashion:

Alina Baikova in “Oh So Pretty” by Marcin Tyszka for Harods Magazine, February 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Alina Baikova in “Oh So Pretty” by Marcin Tyszka for Harods MagazineFebruary 2014

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fuckyeahblackwork:

My girlfriends sleeve done by me.:)
Kubo from Tattoo stanley praque…
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tattoo-Stanley-Prague/240191870584

fuckyeahblackwork:

My girlfriends sleeve done by me.:)

Kubo from Tattoo stanley praque…

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tattoo-Stanley-Prague/240191870584

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kaolincash:

Davos Seaworth gets engulfed by a giant version of himself, breaking through from the fifth dimension.




You need to vibrate higher so you can capture the opening of the portal that connects this earth of 3D to one
earth of 4D or 5D.

kaolincash:

Davos Seaworth gets engulfed by a giant version of himself, breaking through from the fifth dimension.

You need to vibrate higher so you can capture the opening of the portal that connects this earth of 3D to one earth of 4D or 5D.

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Bon Iver - I Can't Make You Love Me / Nick of Time

sometimesanokaynotion:

Bon Iver because you deserve it.

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fuzzyreactor:

Shoegaze Cat (Cover of “Tokyo Shoegazer - Crystallize”)

fuzzyreactor:

Shoegaze Cat (Cover of “Tokyo Shoegazer - Crystallize”)

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vicemag:

The Mangy/Adorable Cats of Marrakech Need Names 
The best thing about Marrakech, one of my favorite Moroccan cities, is its out-of-control cat population. I love cats and have a soft spot for deformed and mangy cats, so Marrakech is heaven for me—all of the city’s friendly people, delicious food, and beautiful rugs are cool too, but I’m really all about the cats. I like naming the cats and picking them up no matter how filthy they are. Here are some of the cats I’ve met in Marrakech.

I named this cat Paris. He has a cute, wonky eye. I met him in the Ourika Valley while hunting for textiles on a rainy day. He has tiny paws.

Here’s Moto. He was always lounging in the shade of this motorcycle.  

This is Palace Cat. Every day she sat outside the palace guarding it. I never saw anyone sitting on this bench besides her.

This is Meowy. He’s named Meowy because he meowed a lot when I took his picture. Afterwards, he walked over to me to receive a good pet. Marrakech’s cats are typically friendly.   

It’s uncommon for people to have cats as pets in Morocco—at least not in the medinas—but some cats will hang out at shops and become shop cats. You can usually find this cat getting sun at this art shop. The owners don’t mind him because he eats mice and attracts tourists. 

This kitten is puny, especially compared to that big stone lion. There’s a shop I go to to get textiles, and going there is such a treat because cats and kittens rule the place. It’s called Mustapha Blaoui. It is the premier destination for Moroccan cat tourism.  

These cats are tired after a long day. It was around 100 degrees when this photo was taken. So sleepy!
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vicemag:

The Mangy/Adorable Cats of Marrakech Need Names 

The best thing about Marrakech, one of my favorite Moroccan cities, is its out-of-control cat population. I love cats and have a soft spot for deformed and mangy cats, so Marrakech is heaven for me—all of the city’s friendly people, delicious food, and beautiful rugs are cool too, but I’m really all about the cats. I like naming the cats and picking them up no matter how filthy they are. Here are some of the cats I’ve met in Marrakech.

I named this cat Paris. He has a cute, wonky eye. I met him in the Ourika Valley while hunting for textiles on a rainy day. He has tiny paws.

Here’s Moto. He was always lounging in the shade of this motorcycle.  

This is Palace Cat. Every day she sat outside the palace guarding it. I never saw anyone sitting on this bench besides her.

This is Meowy. He’s named Meowy because he meowed a lot when I took his picture. Afterwards, he walked over to me to receive a good pet. Marrakech’s cats are typically friendly.   

It’s uncommon for people to have cats as pets in Morocco—at least not in the medinas—but some cats will hang out at shops and become shop cats. You can usually find this cat getting sun at this art shop. The owners don’t mind him because he eats mice and attracts tourists. 

This kitten is puny, especially compared to that big stone lion. There’s a shop I go to to get textiles, and going there is such a treat because cats and kittens rule the place. It’s called Mustapha Blaoui. It is the premier destination for Moroccan cat tourism.  

These cats are tired after a long day. It was around 100 degrees when this photo was taken. So sleepy!

Continue

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eastberliner:

pattern , macau 2013

Travel Moments.

secondsminuteshours:

eastberliner:

pattern , macau 2013

Travel Moments.

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tstreetshuffle:

Endorsement: Shellac, “Billiard Player Song”

The best song in what was basically a flawless string of songs released on three seven-inches and one LP over a 12-month period. The live version on the “Billiardspielerlied”/”Mantel” single is especially fantastic.

Hat tip to @d_avery for reminding me once again how much I love this band.

So many pictures of nails to get to this

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architectureofdoom:

Video store, Henegouwen

architectureofdoom:

Video store, Henegouwen

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