Out in the Bay waters #sf #goldengatebridge #bayarea - submitted by: rocdabeat via http://ift.tt/1bWyc2g
Ashe in black and white
what type of currency do they use in outer space
Fuck.I literally just threw my phone
Im not the kind of girl that will make you breakfast every morning, Im the kind that won’t let you leave without giving me a goodbye kiss. I’m not the type that wants to try every position in the book, I’m the type that will slowly move towards the wall so I can laugh when you bang your head. I’m not the girlfriend thats gonna drop an argument just for the sake of you winning, I’m the girlfriend that won’t go to bed angry at you. I’m not going to be blowing up your phone with how miserable I am to be apart, I’m just the loser that will pick up every time you call. I’m not going to shower you with shiny gifts and fancy toys, but we can totally share the ones I already have. I’m not the kind that will get a matching tattoo with you, baby I’m the kind thats gonna mean mug the artist so they don’t get too comfortable with their hands!
Fevers & Mirrors
Original drywall, wallpaper, and mirror
2000, from the collection of Zack Nipper
I’ve been to 22 States, three countries, seen ocean floors, volcanoes, flown through clouds, and yet the only place that seems appealing to me is being six feet under.
Make-A-Wish Foundation made this kid’s dream come true. What a wonderful thing that has happened.
I really love reblogging this
Beili Liu - The Mending Project (2011)
“…Hundreds of Chinese scissors suspended from the ceiling in a shimmery cloud. The piece involved the artist sitting at a small black table, hand-mending patches of fabric together which visitors were encouraged to cut themselves near the entrance. As the performance continued, the piece grew as one continuous cloth and lay spread on the floor.
The hovering mass of the downward-pointed scissors represent the distant fear and looming violence present in today’s cultural climate. The sharp blades above the artist are put in contrast by the silent and simple act of mending. The dichotomous result of the instant fear superimposed with the calming effect of the sewing created a surreal atmosphere in the room.”
But then I realized I was holding onto something that didn’t exist anymore. That the person I missed didn’t exist anymore. People change. The things we like and dislike change. And we could wish all day long that they didn’t, but they always will.
Photo by Redrum Pikchures
Wardrobe by Ferret
Makeup by me
I’ve had my Eno hammock for a few years now and love it. It’s a great way to relax, but recently my good friend Louis and I decided to take it to a new level. Extreme hammocking!! **Click on the images to see the caption and a larger view.***
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