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h0miesexual:

Counterparts // The Disconnect

h0miesexual:

Counterparts // The Disconnect

(Source: goinghoul, via 7dayweeknd)

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mequeme:

Los cines españoles se arruinan por poner mucha mierda en 3D en vez de poner esto.

mequeme:

Los cines españoles se arruinan por poner mucha mierda en 3D en vez de poner esto.

(Source: chupielpameco, via acidocasualidad)

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ghostworldcollection:

Ghost World Plastic Bag
Backside features Forbidden Planet, a chain of shops in the UK which sells almost everything related to comics and sci-fi / fantasy.
UK, 2001
Dimensions are 35 cms x 42 cms. (14” x 16.5”)

ghostworldcollection:

Ghost World Plastic Bag

Backside features Forbidden Planet, a chain of shops in the UK which sells almost everything related to comics and sci-fi / fantasy.

UK, 2001

Dimensions are 35 cms x 42 cms. (14” x 16.5”)

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spaceleech:

Ad for a Nissan 1500 SSS from Heibon Punch magazine.
I wish I could see the world the way a Japanese ad exec does.

spaceleech:

Ad for a Nissan 1500 SSS from Heibon Punch magazine.

I wish I could see the world the way a Japanese ad exec does.

(via lovejapanese80s)

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Ben Frost’s pop-art-meet-packaging works are coming to the No Walls gallery in Brighton. See what’s on show here.

Ben Frost’s pop-art-meet-packaging works are coming to the No Walls gallery in Brighton. See what’s on show here.

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#Ben Frost 
natgeofound:

The shadow of an aircraft over the Saudi desert, November 1986.Photograph by Jodi Cobb, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

The shadow of an aircraft over the Saudi desert, November 1986.Photograph by Jodi Cobb, National Geographic Creative

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supermodelgif:

Christina Ricci as Layla in Buffalo ‘66 (1998)

supermodelgif:

Christina Ricci as Layla in Buffalo ‘66 (1998)

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Really Guys! Drum & Bass? →

exitrecords:

It seems to be a popular narrative with journalists and other non-Drum & Bass producing musicians at the moment, to wonder and show surprise that producers are still making DnB, that it’s “still here” and that it still has any kind of musical value or worth. This continued belief that DnB has been…

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