April232014

ispeakforthewolves:

thedapperproject:

Photographer Mattias Klum from National Geographic

signal boosting to the ‘kins.

(Source: imran-suleiman, via its-super-who-time)

April222014

Gawd damn

(Source: awkwardsituationist, via izrah420)

8PM
did-you-kno:

Source

That would be hard to do

did-you-kno:

Source

That would be hard to do

April202014

Scarlett Johansson photographed by Craig McDean for Vanity Fair May 2014 issue.

Scarlett Johansson photographed by Craig McDean for Vanity Fair May 2014 issue.

(Source: lostinscarlett, via suicideblonde)

2AM
What is the sugared off patch with right angles here?  Sure doesn’t look organic

What is the sugared off patch with right angles here? Sure doesn’t look organic

April192014
oneupsolutions:

way back on the radio dial`

So nuce

oneupsolutions:

way back on the radio dial`

So nuce

2PM
prova275:

El Camino kid… 1960

This one.

prova275:

El Camino kid… 1960

This one.

2PM
peelout:

Marky’s Elco

I know the guy who owns/owned this car

peelout:

Marky’s Elco

I know the guy who owns/owned this car

2PM

aethermind:

59’ El Camino, a very beutiful car.

Dream car. Almost. I want a 1960

April182014
nedhepburn:

Is ‘Under The Skin’ Scarlett Johannson’s ‘The Shining’? 

There’s a part in Jonathan Glazer’s Under The Skin where, without giving anything away, Scarlett Johannson walks completely naked through a black void. You are not watching The Sexiest Woman Alive, nor the movie star you know and love. Instead, you are essentially watching a fly get caught in a spider’s web, and it’s one of the most breathtaking performances I’ve seen in long, long time. It reminded me a lot of Jack Nicholson’s career-changing turn in The Shining, a comparison that might seem like a stretch until you look at it a bit more closely.

Read more. 

nedhepburn:

Is ‘Under The Skin’ Scarlett Johannson’s ‘The Shining’

There’s a part in Jonathan Glazer’s Under The Skin where, without giving anything away, Scarlett Johannson walks completely naked through a black void. You are not watching The Sexiest Woman Alive, nor the movie star you know and love. Instead, you are essentially watching a fly get caught in a spider’s web, and it’s one of the most breathtaking performances I’ve seen in long, long time. It reminded me a lot of Jack Nicholson’s career-changing turn in The Shining, a comparison that might seem like a stretch until you look at it a bit more closely.

Read more

(via brooklynmutt)

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