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Such an odd one at best.



Slobs on my knob.

gaussmultimedia:

Máster Diseño Gráfico 2012-13. Proyecto personal de Sara Maese incluido en la Entrega Final de Máster: serie de carteles Studio Ghibli-Hayao Miyazaki (1984-2008). Incluye:

  1. Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984).
  2. Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986).
  3. My Neighbor Totoro (1988).
  4. Kiki´s Delivery Service (1989).
  5. Porco Rosso (1992). 
  6. Princess Mononoke (1997).
  7. Spirited Away (2001).
  8. Howl´s Moving Castle (2004).
  9. Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (2008).

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Samsung. That beard though.

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Creep

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Lol #jla #basically #batman #accident #shithappens #dccomics

I’ve got this ego mechanic,
She’s always trying to give me vitamins
Oh she’d be frightened of your reflection,
I preferred her as a cartoon
If I could be someone else for a week,
I’d spend it chasing after you,
Cos she’s not shattering my attitude,
No matter how she folds the potion .
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parliamentrook:

mythicarticulations:

Who’s a good boy? You’re a good boy!
Who devours the flesh of mortals? You devour the flesh of mortals!

Poseable “Cerberus in a Can” now available in our Etsy shop.

good product, good design and packaging, great photos, A+++

These guys have the coolest products.

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asylum-art:

Ricardo Bouyett

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Ricardo Bouyett is a fine art photographer based in Chicago, Illinois. Bouyett was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and moved to the states early on in his childhood. Transfixed by perspectives on reality and ideas behind identities, Bouyett developed an interest in telling his story on exploring freedom from social, economic, and political systems put into place by constantly moving culture. Through trial and error, Bouyett found himself drawn to certain themes and aesthetics regarding the representation of one’s authentic and inauthentic self. Inspired by choral music, poetry, psychology, classic literature, culture, and cinema, Bouyett presents narratives that explore the concept of identity and its relationship to the natural world.

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