nevver:

Barbara Kruger, Advertisements for Myself

nevver:

Barbara Kruger, Advertisements for Myself

(Source: lonelytreestump, via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

mpdrolet:

Thomas Prior

mpdrolet:

Thomas Prior

ohyescoolgreat:

Advertising campaign, fall-winter 1989 by Helmut Lang. Photography by Elfie Semotan

ohyescoolgreat:

Advertising campaign, fall-winter 1989 by Helmut Lang.
Photography by Elfie Semotan

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nevver:

Death as a friend, Alfred Rethel

nevver:

Death as a friend, Alfred Rethel

largecoin:

*catches baseball*

largecoin:

*catches baseball*

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http://megustamemes.tumblr.com

(via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

http://notyourfuckingbillboard.tumblr.com/

(via gainingground)


”At the side of the freeway, right at the entry to the Paris airport stands a majestic tree that signals my arrivals and departures. It’s a cedar from Lebanon that must be at least 150 years old. The last time I went by on my way to the festival in Cannes the tree had a different message. It reminded me that it had seen the beginnings of photography and the entire history of cinema, which it might just as well survive. So I arrived in Cannes with a question that I asked my colleagues: What is the future of cinema?”
Wim Wenders


”At the side of the freeway, right at the entry to the Paris airport stands a majestic tree that signals my arrivals and departures. It’s a cedar from Lebanon that must be at least 150 years old. The last time I went by on my way to the festival in Cannes the tree had a different message. It reminded me that it had seen the beginnings of photography and the entire history of cinema, which it might just as well survive. So I arrived in Cannes with a question that I asked my colleagues: What is the future of cinema?”
Wim Wenders

”At the side of the freeway, right at the entry to the Paris airport stands a majestic tree that signals my arrivals and departures. It’s a cedar from Lebanon that must be at least 150 years old. The last time I went by on my way to the festival in Cannes the tree had a different message. It reminded me that it had seen the beginnings of photography and the entire history of cinema, which it might just as well survive. So I arrived in Cannes with a question that I asked my colleagues: What is the future of cinema?”

Wim Wenders

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