My #round shape love. Just gimme the #liiiiaiight 🎶 #print #textile

My #round shape love. Just gimme the #liiiiaiight 🎶 #print #textile

My #round shape love. Just gimme the #liiiiaiight 🎶 #print #textile

My #round shape love. Just gimme the #liiiiaiight 🎶 #print #textile

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Bath Time (by Nikon66)

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Bath Time (by Nikon66)

#primitive #futurism in #mcdonaldbathroom. #winterissocoming #inspiration #treasuremap #silveristhenewblack

#primitive #futurism in #mcdonaldbathroom. #winterissocoming #inspiration #treasuremap #silveristhenewblack

captainssolo:

The Shining (1980)

Wendy? Darling? Light, of my life. I’m not gonna hurt ya. You didn’t let me finish my sentence. I said, I’m not gonna hurt ya. I’m just going to bash your brains in.

In love with my career

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#flashbackfriday my hair after the #holifestival #2013 #ff #texture #inspiration #textile #nostalgia #dontthinkitwasafridaythough

#flashbackfriday my hair after the #holifestival #2013 #ff #texture #inspiration #textile #nostalgia #dontthinkitwasafridaythough

vicemag:

A German Guy Wants to Give You a Bunch of Money for Doing Nothing
What would happen if we didn’t have to worry about making a living anymore? Would people just sit on their asses all day or actually do something meaningful with their lives? Michael Bohmeyer, a 29-year-old founder of a tech startup in Berlin, wanted to find out.
After he stopped working earlier this year to live off the $1,300 he makes from his startup each month, Bohmeyer says his life has radically changed. So he started “My Basic Income”, a new initiative looking to raise enough money to pay someone $1,300 a month for a year, no strings attached.
Through crowdfunding, the initiative has already raised more than the $16,000 goal. On September 18, they’re going to announce the lucky winners of that wad of cash at a party in Berlin.
I spoke to Bohmeyer to find out what he hopes will come of this and how his life has changed now that he doesn’t need to work.
VICE: Would you say you’re a lazy person?Michael Bohmeyer: I’d say that, but I don’t think being lazy is necessarily a bad thing. Other people probably wouldn’t call me lazy. I work a lot—even more so now that I don’t need to work for money. I even discovered a passion for washing the dishes.
You said that having an unconditional basic income has radically altered your life. How so?After I stopped working earlier this year and started living off the approximately $1,300 I get out of my company, I just wanted to put my feet up and do nothing. Instead, I found a crazy drive to do things. I had a million new business ideas, I take care of my daughter, and I work for a local community radio. I buy less shit, I live healthier, and I’m a better boyfriend and father.
Because you have more time for your girlfriend and daughter?Because I’m more laid-back. The pressure is gone. My working conditions were great even before, because I was running my own company and could pretty much do what I want. But making money was tied to conditions. Now, I do everything I do because I want to—and all of a sudden it’s twice as much fun.
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I like this idealistic project. But lets not trip about it. There is people that live on the jobseeker allowance and think its totally fine…

vicemag:

A German Guy Wants to Give You a Bunch of Money for Doing Nothing

What would happen if we didn’t have to worry about making a living anymore? Would people just sit on their asses all day or actually do something meaningful with their lives? Michael Bohmeyer, a 29-year-old founder of a tech startup in Berlin, wanted to find out.

After he stopped working earlier this year to live off the $1,300 he makes from his startup each month, Bohmeyer says his life has radically changed. So he started “My Basic Income”, a new initiative looking to raise enough money to pay someone $1,300 a month for a year, no strings attached.

Through crowdfunding, the initiative has already raised more than the $16,000 goal. On September 18, they’re going to announce the lucky winners of that wad of cash at a party in Berlin.

I spoke to Bohmeyer to find out what he hopes will come of this and how his life has changed now that he doesn’t need to work.

VICE: Would you say you’re a lazy person?
Michael Bohmeyer: I’d say that, but I don’t think being lazy is necessarily a bad thing. Other people probably wouldn’t call me lazy. I work a lot—even more so now that I don’t need to work for money. I even discovered a passion for washing the dishes.

You said that having an unconditional basic income has radically altered your life. How so?
After I stopped working earlier this year and started living off the approximately $1,300 I get out of my company, I just wanted to put my feet up and do nothing. Instead, I found a crazy drive to do things. I had a million new business ideas, I take care of my daughter, and I work for a local community radio. I buy less shit, I live healthier, and I’m a better boyfriend and father.

Because you have more time for your girlfriend and daughter?
Because I’m more laid-back. The pressure is gone. My working conditions were great even before, because I was running my own company and could pretty much do what I want. But making money was tied to conditions. Now, I do everything I do because I want to—and all of a sudden it’s twice as much fun.

Continue

I like this idealistic project. But lets not trip about it. There is people that live on the jobseeker allowance and think its totally fine…

earthlynation:

Warrior (by Alejandro Arteaga)

Love the colours

earthlynation:

Warrior (by Alejandro Arteaga)

Love the colours

earthlynation:

Hyperolius (by Arddu)

earthlynation:

Hyperolius (by Arddu)

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'Poetry in motion' the b\w :))I think she works beautifully in b\wThe Norway series, :))
by Steve Large  (steveatlarge.tumblr.com)

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'Poetry in motion' the b\w :))

I think she works beautifully in b\w

The Norway series, :))

fallonacatwalk:

Helen Lawrence FW 14

fallonacatwalk:

Helen Lawrence FW 14

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Erin Tuesday | Sliver Silver Photography | Model MayhemPlease respect the efforts of the artists and keep credits, links and tags intact if you choose to reblog.
by Sliver Silver Photography  (sliversilver.tumblr.com)

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Erin Tuesday | Sliver Silver Photography | Model Mayhem

Please respect the efforts of the artists and keep credits, links and tags intact if you choose to reblog.

Model pose and finished painting for “Inside Story” by Gil Elvgren, 1959

Photoshop’s ancestor

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