This is where i use other people's creativity, and occasionally my own, to express my individuality.


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My favorite shot in television history. 

My favorite shot in television history. 

feeling these.

feeling these.

Happy to have worked here all spring semester. Happy to continue working here during the summer.

Happy to have worked here all spring semester. Happy to continue working here during the summer.

(Source: madison-avenue1964)

(Source: wordsforyoungmen)

(Source: filthavenue, via rhaegartargaryen)

Thinking about copping a Grog tray for the crib, just nowhere to put it.

Thinking about copping a Grog tray for the crib, just nowhere to put it.

kingkennedyrugs:

 

kingkennedyrugs:

 

theimpossiblecool:

Cash. 

theimpossiblecool:

Cash. 

tssbnchn:

Tássia Bianchini, Initial studies on paper - Series I become - 2014
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tssbnchn:

Tássia Bianchini, Initial studies on paper - Series I become - 2014

Website | Tumblr | FB | Instagram 

(via rhaegartargaryen)

faustyflakes:

Shipping in the English Channel, Charles Brooking, 1775. Detail.

faustyflakes:

Shipping in the English Channel, Charles Brooking, 1775. Detail.

(Source: fayettish, via rhaegartargaryen)

"Clothing is both a crutch to help you embody the identity you want to embody and a true, valuable means of self-expression, which is just two different ways of saying the same thing: It creates your identity."

Emily Lever

Faking It Until I Make It In My Leather Jacket

yyoudontknowmichelle:

cool-ass-shit:

NEED THESE IN MY LIFE

ughhhhhhhhhh

yyoudontknowmichelle:

cool-ass-shit:

NEED THESE IN MY LIFE

ughhhhhhhhhh

(Source: waveseason)

archaicwonder:

Greek Gold Wreath of Oak Leaves and Flowers, possibly from Attica, Greece, late 2nd - early 1st century BC
In ancient Greece,  oak leaves symbolized wisdom, and were associated with Zeus, who according to Greek mythology made his decisions while resting in an oak grove.
Gold wreaths such as this one derive their form from wreaths of real leaves worn in religious ceremonies or given as prizes in athletic and artistic contests. Because of their fragility, gold wreaths were probably not meant to be worn. They were dedicated to the gods in sanctuaries and placed in graves as funerary offerings. Although known in earlier periods, gold wreaths became much more frequent in the Hellenistic age, probably due in large part to the greatly increased availability of gold in the Greek world following the eastern conquests of Alexander the Great.

archaicwonder:

Greek Gold Wreath of Oak Leaves and Flowers, possibly from Attica, Greece, late 2nd - early 1st century BC

In ancient Greece,  oak leaves symbolized wisdom, and were associated with Zeus, who according to Greek mythology made his decisions while resting in an oak grove.

Gold wreaths such as this one derive their form from wreaths of real leaves worn in religious ceremonies or given as prizes in athletic and artistic contests. Because of their fragility, gold wreaths were probably not meant to be worn. They were dedicated to the gods in sanctuaries and placed in graves as funerary offerings. Although known in earlier periods, gold wreaths became much more frequent in the Hellenistic age, probably due in large part to the greatly increased availability of gold in the Greek world following the eastern conquests of Alexander the Great.

(Source: historymuseum.ca, via rhaegartargaryen)