antiopia:

Andrew Kim


☼ nature-ish blog ☼

☼ nature-ish blog ☼

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The Art of My Neighbour Totoro
Illustrations by Hayao Miyazaki

(Source: oh-totoro)


2014 #002 (by ryocoryocoryoco)
2014 #002 (by ryocoryocoryoco)

craizie:

 

THE LIGHTS ARE MOVING OMFG

wow, what a view

I’ve seen only the first half of the image and thought “ugh, what a stupid black picture” but then I scrolled down and saw the lights - “wow”

If you zoom in or look closely you can see the stars wow this is amazing

I totally thought that was just dust on my laptop screen ^

The lights holy fck

i don’t see the stars

(Source: donttalkbutobserve)

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I ignored your aura but it grabbed me by the hand, like the moon pulled the tide, and the tide pulled the sand.

Talib Kweli, Beautiful. (via httpkachi)

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a permanent destination

a permanent destination

thecreativesense:

Photography and Paint Portraits by Janus Miralles

Philippines artist Janus Miralles has produced a series of abstracted photographs smeared with paint. The resulting portraits have a fantastic worn feel to them, as though the original image has aged and started to run down the canvas. A few of them seem to denote a sense of suffering or horror too… the last one in the above set is genuinely creepy I think!

See the full collection at: Fubiz 

helloyoucreatives:

 

Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots

mystic-revelations:

Feeling Small (by desomnis)

mystic-revelations:

Feeling Small (by desomnis)

sirousagimoon:

GiBC スロフィ — 鉄兎

sirousagimoon:

GiBC スロフィ — 鉄兎