foxzes:

fakethistoyourgrave:

What’s the word for horny but not in a sexual way like I’m horny for Halloween but I don’t wanna fuck a pumpkin you feel

do u mean excited

Latino N' Proud

ARTISTDJ Raff
TRACKLatino N' Proud
ALBUMBroad City

ccbroadcity:

Theme Song from Comedy Central’s Broad City

Awaiting Sascha Nau

"Leipzig got a lot of attention in the last years. Many people are visiting the city each year and many of those are deciding to stay. Buildings that were abandoned after the collapse of the GDR are now being rebuild and repopulated. Still there are many places left to tell stories about the past. We visited these places and tried to convey the atmosphere of these mostly abandoned buildings into photographic pictures.  If you are interested in further information, please feel free to contact us or visit us at regentaucher.com.”

austinkleon:

Transparent

My wife and I finished season one last night. It’s really, really good — as good as everybody says it is.

It’s exciting to think about what a weird show this is, compared to the rest of TV: you’ve got the transgendered and gay characters at the forefront, sure, but it’s also a super-Jewish show (“the most Jewish show I’ve seen on TV”). Of course, just like a lot of other TV, it’s amazing that none of these people really seem to work (SPOILER: Josh, the only character with a job-job as an A&R man at a record company, gets fired).

But I really enjoyed it, and, maybe best of all: the music really kicks ass.

Recommended.

Filed under: my watching year 2014


Jenny Holzer, Truisms, 1977-79
09.30.14 /11:02/ 1507

Jenny Holzer, Truisms, 1977-79

billyjane:

Still from the opening of Olympia by Leni Riefenstahl
from Villa Grisebach
*more Leni here - get it while it’s still there :)
09.30.14 /06:52/ 93

billyjane:

Still from the opening of Olympia by Leni Riefenstahl

from Villa Grisebach

*more Leni here - get it while it’s still there :)

ryanpanos:

The Space Between | Marc Yankus | Socks Studio

“In New York, where I grew up and where I live and work, I feel acutely aware of the passage of time and the changes left in its wake. Living in a mutable, fast paced city like New York is, in itself, a surreal experience. At times, the world passes us by in soft focus, where details fall to the wayside and the overall tone of our environment is what characterizes our experience of the city. At other times, we find ourselves raptured by specific details, when we focus intently and intensely on the object of our affection and interest.

“My work attempts to capture this variation in experience, by bringing to the forefront the altered reality in which we live. In the city’s moments of tranquility, especially at dusk and when night falls, the looming shapes, diffused light and spectral shadows infuse the recurrent transition with a hushed feeling of magic and anticipation that I seek to capture in my photographs.

“In my newest body of work I turn away from the soft focus, which characterized much of my earlier imagery. In these photographs of the city, there is a very precise, almost hyper-real quality. I am exploring the fine line between urban reality and architectural fiction though surreal portraits of buildings.”

Marc Yankus

marinaagramunt:

Houses from Catalunya #12, facing West.
Sitges, 2014.

jimmymarble:

Georgia, In the Wilderness
personal note: first time ever shooting on film.
www.jimmymarble.com
09.29.14 /13:44/ 1321

jimmymarble:

Georgia, In the Wilderness

personal note: first time ever shooting on film.

www.jimmymarble.com

Canvas  by  andbamnan