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Got my bioshock tattoo!!

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Manhattan at 6 a.m.

spacemoms:

six selfies even though i wasn’t tagged because i’m feeling my own face today

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largeshirt:

Whenever someone asks me what time it is, I swiftly reply with, “Time for you to get a watch!” Then I return home to my cold empty bed and spend the rest of my life being alone forever.

hifructosemag:

Hedi Xandt’s sculptures add macabre twists to classical imagery. See more on Hi-Fructose

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mitochondria-eve:

UM EXCUSE ME THOS E ARE FUCKING PIXELS HOW

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House La Punta | WAV

msilverstar:

loriendesse:

middle-earth meme: [2/5 quotes]

Oh nicely done!

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helloyooou:

This is Daisuke Ichiba. This is ultra-violence. His pallet consists of black, white and blood red. These horror shows are enthralling, operating in much the same capacity as Kill Bill, Vol. 1, A Clockwork Orange, the works of Jake and Dinos Chapman or Ichi the Killer. The brutality here is so absolute it becomes cathartic and makes us consider our obsession with violence as entertainment. Daisuke Ichiba could very easily be accused of misogyny considering both victims and villains tend to be female.. or horrific monstrosities. But this is just the same confusion people experience when confronted with the work of Willem De Kooning, John Currin or Lars von Trier. People fail to grasp veiled expression of fearing interaction and rejection and this is the way these works are. They don’t just say “I’m scared”, they scream “I’m fucking terrified!! I don’t want to grow up, I don’t want to be alone, I don’t want to die and I hate you because it’s easier this way!!”. To see what else Daisuke Ichiba has to tell us press here.

70sscifiart:

Rallé
punkrioting:

Tim Burton with the figurines used in the filming of “Nightmare Before Christmas”