This is my favorite song in the world right now. I love music that makes me feel like I’m experiencing slow motion.  It also goes well with how I dance.

chileanwave

the-goddamazon:

escapedgoat:

guy:

when the artist u hate releases a catchy song

image

!!!!

Some of y’all niggas are doing this to Iggy’s “Fancy” right now, don’t front.

That’s how I dance!

thisiscitylab:


The Export-Import Bank of the United States is financing the aquarium’s construction through a $105 million direct loan, claiming that the transaction will support 700 jobs in the U.S., with most of the work going to small businesses. But the project—for which construction and fabrication work kicked off today—is not without controversy.   
In Brazil, where critics say that the aquarium is being built without transparency, protestors launched a Facebook group called "Quem dera ser um peixe"—which translates to “I wish I were a fish” (a punny echo of a lyric by a popular Ceará-born singer, apparently). Elizabeth Duffield, a fellow at the SIT Graduate Institute, wrote a study confirming their fears. “Ceará, one of the poorest states in Brazil, is using public money, in part, to construct the aquarium while it has long standing social problems yet to be resolved,” she writes.

-The U.S. Is Building a Fantastical Aquarium in Brazil
[Rendering: Acquario Ceará/A. Zahner Company]

thisiscitylab:

The Export-Import Bank of the United States is financing the aquarium’s construction through a $105 million direct loan, claiming that the transaction will support 700 jobs in the U.S., with most of the work going to small businesses. But the project—for which construction and fabrication work kicked off today—is not without controversy.   

In Brazil, where critics say that the aquarium is being built without transparency, protestors launched a Facebook group called "Quem dera ser um peixe"—which translates to “I wish I were a fish” (a punny echo of a lyric by a popular Ceará-born singer, apparently). Elizabeth Duffield, a fellow at the SIT Graduate Institute, wrote a study confirming their fears. “Ceará, one of the poorest states in Brazil, is using public money, in part, to construct the aquarium while it has long standing social problems yet to be resolved,” she writes.

-The U.S. Is Building a Fantastical Aquarium in Brazil

[Rendering: Acquario Ceará/A. Zahner Company]

Love this birthday card.http://instagram.com/p/q5Pt_CqvYn/

Love this birthday card.

willw:

Beto Ruiz Alonso:

Happy Canada Day! Featuring non-creepy Canadian Will Wilkinson.
More tasteful portraiture at betoruizalonso.com

Enjoy the sensual combination of my massive underbite and travel moustache.

People like you and me just don’t deserve facial hair.

willw:

Beto Ruiz Alonso:

Happy Canada Day! Featuring non-creepy Canadian Will Wilkinson.

More tasteful portraiture at betoruizalonso.com

Enjoy the sensual combination of my massive underbite and travel moustache.

People like you and me just don’t deserve facial hair.

This was on Troutman tonight between St. Nicolas and Wycoff #bushwick— look closely at these pigeons @paulanthonysmithstudio (at AP Café)

bushwick

(Source: brandonledet)

edwardiansnow:

“with spyglasses and telescopes aimed downward they never tire of examining [their city], leaf by leaf, stone by stone, ant by ant, contemplating with fascination their own absence.”

- Calvino

Invisible Cities + some places I have known from above.

edwardiansnow:

“with spyglasses and telescopes aimed downward they never tire of examining [their city], leaf by leaf, stone by stone, ant by ant, contemplating with fascination their own absence.”

- Calvino

Invisible Cities + some places I have known from above.

edwardiansnow:

“with spyglasses and telescopes aimed downward they never tire of examining [their city], leaf by leaf, stone by stone, ant by ant, contemplating with fascination their own absence.”

- Calvino

Invisible Cities + some places I have known from above.

edwardiansnow:

with spyglasses and telescopes aimed downward they never tire of examining [their city], leaf by leaf, stone by stone, ant by ant, contemplating with fascination their own absence.

- Calvino

Invisible Cities + some places I have known from above.

I can’t look at these classic statues now without thinking of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus.

I can’t look at these classic statues now without thinking of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus.

(Source: yatzer)

Alien

I have a show up until the end of this week of several works at the General Public Collective in Indy — There’s a lot of photos that I took of the show personally, and a lot more done by people on their own phones and digital cameras.  And then this woman had an orgasm while riding Napoleon’s horse.  
A couple of blogs reviewed the show — This guy who didn’t really get it and Sky Blue Window who had a good time with it. 

I have a show up until the end of this week of several works at the General Public Collective in Indy — There’s a lot of photos that I took of the show personally, and a lot more done by people on their own phones and digital cameras.  And then this woman had an orgasm while riding Napoleon’s horse.  

A couple of blogs reviewed the show — This guy who didn’t really get it and Sky Blue Window who had a good time with it. 

Gif animé general public indy fsdc