2wentysixletters:

Typewriter Series #114

2wentysixletters:

Typewriter Series #114

(via absentions)

@1 day ago with 1370 notes

teachingliteracy:

payamebahary:

Madeline Silcock

(via langleav)

@1 day ago with 5682 notes
upside-downing:

Pilobolus

upside-downing:

Pilobolus

(via buzzlightcyr)

@1 day ago with 33 notes
emeritusblog:

Emmanuel Proulx
Daniel Léveillé Danse
photographie Denis Farley

emeritusblog:

Emmanuel Proulx

Daniel Léveillé Danse

photographie Denis Farley

(via trapezelove)

@1 day ago with 35 notes

youngparis:

Cocoon and Evolved Metallic Mechanitis Butterfly Chrysalis from Costa Rica

(via n-ijntje)

@2 days ago with 91587 notes

i got my first iphone today in my entire life and i can’t stop talking to siri. in english, spanish, italian, and french - which by the way is a man, who goes by siri and gets sassy when i ask who he is. its hilarious and depressing and i cant stop.

@2 days ago with 1 note
#personal 

ivelina-pavlova:

leonardodicrapio:

Jonah Hill gets a supportive over-the-shoulder-five from Leonardo DiCaprio after his nomination reel was shown at the 86th Annual Academy Awards, March 2nd, 2014

sorry, but this was the cutest moment that night

(via alymayholt)

@2 days ago with 90417 notes
ibmblr:

A bottle of red made with data.Finding the perfect wine used to mean going to a good wine store, discussing your future meal with a sales person and trying to remember the wine the next time you buy. Now all you have to do is go to a website, like that of Bordeaux-based fine wine merchant Millesima. With data, they can help any customer, anywhere in the world, select the right bottle, for the right meal, the right climate, time of year, you name it. Plus you don’t have to soak off the label to remember the name and vintage when you want to buy it again. Explore more stories →

ibmblr:

A bottle of red made with data.
Finding the perfect wine used to mean going to a good wine store, discussing your future meal with a sales person and trying to remember the wine the next time you buy. Now all you have to do is go to a website, like that of Bordeaux-based fine wine merchant Millesima. With data, they can help any customer, anywhere in the world, select the right bottle, for the right meal, the right climate, time of year, you name it. Plus you don’t have to soak off the label to remember the name and vintage when you want to buy it again. Explore more stories →

@3 days ago with 22782 notes

(via ant0rm)

@1 day ago with 189971 notes
thecurrentsessions:



"You are my heat and glare"
Kimberly Bartosik
Photo: Elyssa Goodman

thecurrentsessions:

"You are my heat and glare"

Kimberly Bartosik

Photo: Elyssa Goodman

@1 day ago with 2 notes
humansofnewyork:

"I got a Master’s degree in acting and now I’m working as a waitress.""What’s the toughest part about being an actress?""There’s a million of us."

humansofnewyork:

"I got a Master’s degree in acting and now I’m working as a waitress."
"What’s the toughest part about being an actress?"
"There’s a million of us."

@1 day ago with 3715 notes
einarklingodencrants:

Rhiannon doing a piggyback on Dans one arm handstand. Can’t believe that this is even possible. Enjoy

einarklingodencrants:

Rhiannon doing a piggyback on Dans one arm handstand. Can’t believe that this is even possible. Enjoy

(via trapezelove)

@1 day ago with 163 notes

(Source: maureensadoll, via alymayholt)

@2 days ago with 141270 notes

fallontonight:

There was probably a better way to phrase that, Daniel Radcliffe. 

(via pocahottie)

@2 days ago with 91630 notes
mentalcrusher:

04.14.14_02

mentalcrusher:

04.14.14_02

@3 days ago with 2464 notes