hellyeahchantellewinnie:

America’s Next Top Model’ Cycle 21 makeover 

hellyeahchantellewinnie:

America’s Next Top Model’ Cycle 21 makeover 

machine-factory:

Raury seems to be everywhere lately! Following his Indigo Child project and The Neighbourhood collab, the Atlanta based wonderkid teams up with UK producer SBTRKT on ‘Higher’. Creepy insect sounds open the track before a stellar bass kicks in and Raury blasts his way in with a super fiery flow. It’s the first real taste of him rapping, and it’s bloody brilliant. ‘Higher’ is taken off SBTRKT’s forthcoming Wonder Where We Land LP out later this month; listen up!

dearcoquette:

Some advice: if you fuck on the first-date, he probably won’t come back for a second. If the sex was hot and he does come back enjoy becoming fuck-buddies, because by fucking on the first-date, you’ve essentially told him by your actions: “I’m easy and definitely not the type of girl you’ll be…

johanlam:

Ten C.

hypebeast:

Opening Ceremony 2014 Fall/Winter Lookbook

dapperlou:

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dapperlou:

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thewhitespace:

Jan Parker - Paintings of Witchcraft and Black Magic, 1971

via Monster Brains

nevver:

The New Yorker
newyorker:

Adam Gopnik looks at a new theory about the origins of symbolic communication in early humans:

“The larger point is plain, and bold: symbolic communication does not just, in the end and after millennia, produce social tolerance. It is, in its first instance and of its essence, a form of social tolerance—and depends on feminized humans telling the tough guys to calm down and take a number.”

Photograph via AP

newyorker:

Adam Gopnik looks at a new theory about the origins of symbolic communication in early humans:

“The larger point is plain, and bold: symbolic communication does not just, in the end and after millennia, produce social tolerance. It is, in its first instance and of its essence, a form of social tolerance—and depends on feminized humans telling the tough guys to calm down and take a number.”

Photograph via AP

theonlymagicleftisart:

So what’s the deal with #ART03?

So here’s the deal faithful followers. I’ve had to make a few changes to my Quarterly boxes. Instead of $50, they’re now $30. Because of the price cut I have decided to only focus on one artist per box. 

Since I’ve received quite a few requests to include my Polaroid photography in future shipments I’ve decided the next box will revolve around a beautiful hardcover 38 page Photo book of all of my most popular Polaroids I’ve shot. It will be designed and printed by our friends at Social Print Studio.

To be clear, I’ve never released any of my photos for sale anywhere before besides a physical show I had back in January 2012 in San Francisco.

If this is something you are interested in do not hesitate to get my next Quarterly box because there are limited quantities and it will sell out quick. 

There are two options. You can simply buy ONLY the next box. Or you may do a continuous subscription in which you will receive a different artist every 3 months.

Click here to secure your copy.

Also, one lucky subscriber will receive a free POLAROID CAMERA and a pack of IMPOSSIBLE FILM in addition to their subscription!

Here, Here and Here.

Next box ships out in August

PEER PRESSURE

dazeddigital:

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Dazed contributor, photographer Charlotte Wales, captures adolescent awkwardness for Carpark magazine's 'pressure points' issue.

shoppedtattoos:

#Johnnycash ⚡️#shoppedtattoos #cheyennerandall

shoppedtattoos:

#Johnnycash ⚡️#shoppedtattoos #cheyennerandall

cokexgod:

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letsdolaunch:

Thierry Cohen’s Darkened Cities

Celestial skyscrapers. Night sky can’t be seen over major cities due to light pollution. Cohen photographed cities and took special note of time, angle, latitude and longitude of the photographs.He followed the same stars and photographed them in more ideal locations, such as the Sahara Desert.