thirdorgan:

Bronislaw Wojciech Linke (Poland, 1906-1962) 

The Visage of Job 1956 thirdorgan:

Bronislaw Wojciech Linke (Poland, 1906-1962) 

The Visage of Job 1956

thirdorgan:

Bronislaw Wojciech Linke (Poland, 1906-1962)

The Visage of Job 1956

Good dreams are the worst because waking up with that disappointed will fuck with my day especially those dreams where you have to contemplate if it actually happened.

Nightmares are actually my favourite, damn love the rush and relief when you wake up! I don’t get to have much excitement these days, so they’re kinda all I got.

sagexhaley:

Pop punk bands saying “friends”

(via disgustinghuman)

bent-duck:

demcats:

cyberjock:

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! saved the hardcore punk scene.

They’re gonna go soft on the new album and save the emo scene next

Chunk is gonna save the whole music scene as we know it 

(via jordan-catfood)

javeliner:

Los Campesinos! | Heart Swells / Pacific Daylight Time

(via beinggigantic)

saatchiart:

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed." saatchiart:

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed." saatchiart:

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed." saatchiart:

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed." saatchiart:

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."

saatchiart:

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army.

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."

blantonmuseum:

Olafur Eliasson has installed a riverbed inside the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark
blantonmuseum:

Olafur Eliasson has installed a riverbed inside the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark
blantonmuseum:

Olafur Eliasson has installed a riverbed inside the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark
blantonmuseum:

Olafur Eliasson has installed a riverbed inside the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark

blantonmuseum:

Olafur Eliasson has installed a riverbed inside the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark

(via scumlungs)