he eats caterpillars
My inspirations. At the moment i'm very inspired by photographic montage incorporating the theme of geometrics.

vintage images modified.

crazy ramblings and ranting. nom. Peace.
he eats caterpillars
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usoly:

WaterPartners International by mr.lidberg on Flickr.

single mingle x
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newyorker:

Ian Crouch on the politics of presidential pets: http://nyr.kr/14Ank7n

“It must be possible to admire a White House pet while retaining some skepticism about its owner.”

Top: Franklin Roosevelt and Fala at the President’s third inauguration in 1941. Photograph: Bettmann/Corbis. 
Middle: Lyndon Johnson lifts a beagle by his ears in 1964. Photograph by Cecil Stoughton/LBJ Library. 
Bottom: Obama and Bo in 2009. Official White House Photo by Pete Souza. 

MANS BEST FRIEND :) flo x
newyorker:

Ian Crouch on the politics of presidential pets: http://nyr.kr/14Ank7n

“It must be possible to admire a White House pet while retaining some skepticism about its owner.”

Top: Franklin Roosevelt and Fala at the President’s third inauguration in 1941. Photograph: Bettmann/Corbis. 
Middle: Lyndon Johnson lifts a beagle by his ears in 1964. Photograph by Cecil Stoughton/LBJ Library. 
Bottom: Obama and Bo in 2009. Official White House Photo by Pete Souza. 

MANS BEST FRIEND :) flo x
newyorker:

Ian Crouch on the politics of presidential pets: http://nyr.kr/14Ank7n

“It must be possible to admire a White House pet while retaining some skepticism about its owner.”

Top: Franklin Roosevelt and Fala at the President’s third inauguration in 1941. Photograph: Bettmann/Corbis. 
Middle: Lyndon Johnson lifts a beagle by his ears in 1964. Photograph by Cecil Stoughton/LBJ Library. 
Bottom: Obama and Bo in 2009. Official White House Photo by Pete Souza. 

MANS BEST FRIEND :) flo x
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visualgraphic:

Hunger is the enemy by Pierre Michel
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no roots, keep on trying f x
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illuminance:

stunningpicture:

A firework fell over on the ground and did this to a penny


reminds me of my American coin, love my charm necklace <3 dreaming f x
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cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Introduces: Kotama Boubane
Sometimes there are projects you come across that have already been covered a hundred times over, and you feel like writing about it yourself would just be like lighting a match in a blizzard. However, there are some, such as this fantastic project from Canadian Artist Kotama Boubane - appropriately named ‘Melting Words’ - that you can’t help but cover, even if everybody else is already talking about them, purely out of the love of the creativity. Whilst it may not portray the most time consuming or complicated methodology, the subtle, esoteric process of presenting phrases we, as a race, find so hard to utter, in such a fleeting form as melting ice, is beautifully poignant.
If you’d like to see more from this project, or you’d like to take a look at some of Kotama’s many other pieces, spanning over 10 years of artistic practise, head over to his website, as linked earlier in the post.
Caux Collective - Facebook - Twitter
cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Introduces: Kotama Boubane
Sometimes there are projects you come across that have already been covered a hundred times over, and you feel like writing about it yourself would just be like lighting a match in a blizzard. However, there are some, such as this fantastic project from Canadian Artist Kotama Boubane - appropriately named ‘Melting Words’ - that you can’t help but cover, even if everybody else is already talking about them, purely out of the love of the creativity. Whilst it may not portray the most time consuming or complicated methodology, the subtle, esoteric process of presenting phrases we, as a race, find so hard to utter, in such a fleeting form as melting ice, is beautifully poignant.
If you’d like to see more from this project, or you’d like to take a look at some of Kotama’s many other pieces, spanning over 10 years of artistic practise, head over to his website, as linked earlier in the post.
Caux Collective - Facebook - Twitter
cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Introduces: Kotama Boubane
Sometimes there are projects you come across that have already been covered a hundred times over, and you feel like writing about it yourself would just be like lighting a match in a blizzard. However, there are some, such as this fantastic project from Canadian Artist Kotama Boubane - appropriately named ‘Melting Words’ - that you can’t help but cover, even if everybody else is already talking about them, purely out of the love of the creativity. Whilst it may not portray the most time consuming or complicated methodology, the subtle, esoteric process of presenting phrases we, as a race, find so hard to utter, in such a fleeting form as melting ice, is beautifully poignant.
If you’d like to see more from this project, or you’d like to take a look at some of Kotama’s many other pieces, spanning over 10 years of artistic practise, head over to his website, as linked earlier in the post.
Caux Collective - Facebook - Twitter
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intooishun:

Any Road - 55Hi’s
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betype:

HighLife-SA by Muti
betype:

HighLife-SA by Muti
betype:

HighLife-SA by Muti
betype:

HighLife-SA by Muti
betype:

HighLife-SA by Muti
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theartofanimation:

Justin Van Genderen

I just love my superheroes, superman is surprisingly my fav right now, fittie f x 
theartofanimation:

Justin Van Genderen

I just love my superheroes, superman is surprisingly my fav right now, fittie f x 
theartofanimation:

Justin Van Genderen

I just love my superheroes, superman is surprisingly my fav right now, fittie f x 
theartofanimation:

Justin Van Genderen

I just love my superheroes, superman is surprisingly my fav right now, fittie f x 
theartofanimation:

Justin Van Genderen

I just love my superheroes, superman is surprisingly my fav right now, fittie f x 
theartofanimation:

Justin Van Genderen

I just love my superheroes, superman is surprisingly my fav right now, fittie f x 
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nevver:

Raymond Chandler

limbo f x
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visualgraphic:

Typography Explorations
by Chris Craig
visualgraphic:

Typography Explorations
by Chris Craig
visualgraphic:

Typography Explorations
by Chris Craig
visualgraphic:

Typography Explorations
by Chris Craig
visualgraphic:

Typography Explorations
by Chris Craig