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lomographicsociety:

Newcomer of the Week: Mnella

Lomography came during the right time in his life; when he was getting sick of creating “fake analogue photos” and wanted to find a hobby where can continue his artistic pursuits.

stunnas

hel-looks:

Tixa, 54
“My style is local everywhere. As the music I play is withour any genre, so is my style.
Now I’m wearing a cap and trousers made by my wife. The llama jacket is from New York. I’v been told the logo on my t-shirt represents an action hero from the 20s or 30s.”
7 September 2013, Merihaka

hel-looks:

Tixa, 54

“My style is local everywhere. As the music I play is withour any genre, so is my style.

Now I’m wearing a cap and trousers made by my wife. The llama jacket is from New York. I’v been told the logo on my t-shirt represents an action hero from the 20s or 30s.”

7 September 2013, Merihaka

7 months ago

vintagegal:

Photographer and model Bunny Yeager in a self-portrait c. 1950s

#goals pt. XXVII

vintagegal:

Photographer and model Bunny Yeager in a self-portrait c. 1950s

#goals pt. XXVII

7 months ago

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

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(Source: BuzzFeed, via unimpressedcats)

ademeclayburner:


Bottle

rrgyeerhrfduurrrhALL THE POTTERY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ademeclayburner:

Bottle

rrgyeerhrfduurrrhALL THE POTTERY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

7 months ago

TechCrunch: Journalists Or Startup Shills? You Decide

oconnorb:

"It’s reasonable for a publication to have authors who disagree and conflict. We do! But "platform" is a buzzword now for publications. Medium, for instance, really is a platform: it has no dedicated writing staff, though it has assigning editors. BuzzFeed is sometimes a platform, such as when it throws up its hands at its inability to keep contributing "authors" such as The Heritage Foundation from publishing lies on its website. These publications have open publication technology. Elite Daily does not. It is a traditional publication where writers send stories which are published by an editor. Using the descriptor of "platform" is common now because it makes media companies sound more valuable and more like a technology startup. The phrase has the useful byproduct of distancing both the owners and the editorial staff from its most objectionable content, which remains, in the end, objectionable." —me and choire

(Source: grendanoconnor)