lucienballard:

'Mobile Lovers'

Banksy’s newest work uploaded to his website.

Photograph: Banksy

mexicanfoodporn:

Muertitos de Hambre 
"El Pastor"
disponible aquí!  / Prints available here! 

Gracias por ver y leer Mexicanfoodporn!!!
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mexicanfoodporn:

Muertitos de Hambre 

"El Pastor"

disponible aquí!  / Prints available here! 

Gracias por ver y leer Mexicanfoodporn!!!

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Thank you for viewing and reading Mexicanfoodporn!!!

"Only by a continual effort can I create. My tendency is to drift toward immobility. My deepest, surest inclination lies in silence and the daily routine…But I know that I stand erect through that very effort and that if I ceased to believe in it for a single moment I should roll over the precipice. This is how I avoid illness and renunciation, raising my head with all my strength to breathe and to conquer. This is my way of despairing and this is my way of curing myself."

Albert Camus, from Notebooks (via hellooblivion)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion, via hellooblivion)

horndave:

Books in Wes Anderson movies

(via foxsearchlightpictures)

herochan:

Asylum Villains
Created by Antonio Sclaves

herochan:

Asylum Villains

Created by Antonio Sclaves

jolinhilton:

Artist: Audrey Kawasaki

Photos #4-9 are actually her staging an installation show that showcases the artist workspace by Thinkspace Gallery ‘Drawing Room Show’.  The rest of photos #1-3 & #10 is Audrey Kawasaki’s works in progress and artist at work. 

For even more amazing photos giving insight into the artist’s process. Go to her website for over a hundred in progress shots.

Audrey Kawasaki works in progress

(via art-inprogress)

yeji-draws-yeti:

My studio space loacted in Hongdae, Seoul ( 2012 - )
Photography by Sangon Kim

(via art-inprogress)

nprfreshair:

102 years ago tonight the Titanic struck an iceberg and sank less than three hours later. 
Take a look at this photo series from Retronaut highlighting the construction of the ship. 

nprfreshair:

102 years ago tonight the Titanic struck an iceberg and sank less than three hours later. 

Take a look at this photo series from Retronaut highlighting the construction of the ship. 

(via npr)