allaboutchinese:

i miss you so~

allaboutchinese:

i miss you so~


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I really love this #Midcentury Schieir bowl. Too bad it sold right after going online. The central design is inspired by Aztec pottery and recalls #picasso. #ceramics #artpottery #vintage #art

I really love this #Midcentury Schieir bowl. Too bad it sold right after going online. The central design is inspired by Aztec pottery and recalls #picasso. #ceramics #artpottery #vintage #art

art vintage midcentury picasso artpottery ceramics



officialfrenchtoast:

not an overreaction

(via fvcktherealworld)

me upon completing mad men

May Death Never Stop You

These demos never should have seen the light of day. 

my chemical romance

loves2meme:

loves2meme:

Karl Marx can see the fundamental contradictions in capitalist economies, but can he see why kids love cinnamon toast crunch?

The answer is no, Karl Marx cannot see why kid’s love cinnamon toast crunch. Marx is too busy trying to understand the cereal as a commodity created by alienated labor to realize the obvious truth: its because there are cinnamon sugar swirls in every bite!

(via dadboy)


Can’t stop listening to this album


Listening to Wolves in the Throne Room Cleaning the dishes mad men mostly those things


trebled-negrita-princess:

theuppitynegras:

I love vintage stuff but I’m so glad I can enjoy them in the 21st century with my iphone, wifi and slightly more human rights 

somebody gets it.

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Fuckin' Right

I hate myself for loving you


greek-museums:

Archaeological Museum of Delphi:

Remnants of three chryselephantine statues depicting perhaps the Delian triad- Apollo, Artemis, Leto. The statues were riveted to a wooden core with the faces, hands and feet rendered in ivory with golden decorations and jewellery. Apollo’s and Artemis’ features have been restored with wax but retain their original characteristics. The statues are probably the work of an Ionian or Samian workshop (6th century B.C).

They were discovered in 1939, after the grand excavation among other offerings from the cities of Ionia. The building within they were kept had been destroyed in the 5th century B.C. The finds were found amidst charcoal and ashes.

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therealdjqualls:

humansofnewyork:

"I found him in the trash. I named him Shadow because he followed me everywhere."

This cat can talk?

therealdjqualls:

humansofnewyork:

"I found him in the trash. I named him Shadow because he followed me everywhere."

This cat can talk?

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