Meteca
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Meteca
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"I don’t want people to matter to me too much. Sometimes it hurts too much to think about them. Ones you love who don’t love you, ones who are dead or hate you, ones who you think about but never get to be with. I like people but when I get too close, it fucks me up and I can’t get things done."
Henry Rollins, Smile, you’re traveling: black coffee blues (via stxxz)
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breathtakingdestinations:

Litang - Sichuan - China (von `James Wheeler)
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caitlingillam:

the haunted and the mist by ralph on Flickr.
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7knotwind:

workman:

tacticalshoyu:
"ADA" by Berlin-based Polish artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski. A giant interactive analogue installation. The sculpture manifests itself as a large, clear helium-filled membrane studded with charcoal spikes, roaming freely within a white room. Users are encouraged to engage with the object by pushing and spinning it as it floats within the space, where the walls then slowly accumulate marks and flecks. via

I still love this…
7knotwind:

workman:

tacticalshoyu:
"ADA" by Berlin-based Polish artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski. A giant interactive analogue installation. The sculpture manifests itself as a large, clear helium-filled membrane studded with charcoal spikes, roaming freely within a white room. Users are encouraged to engage with the object by pushing and spinning it as it floats within the space, where the walls then slowly accumulate marks and flecks. via

I still love this…
7knotwind:

workman:

tacticalshoyu:
"ADA" by Berlin-based Polish artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski. A giant interactive analogue installation. The sculpture manifests itself as a large, clear helium-filled membrane studded with charcoal spikes, roaming freely within a white room. Users are encouraged to engage with the object by pushing and spinning it as it floats within the space, where the walls then slowly accumulate marks and flecks. via

I still love this…
7knotwind:

workman:

tacticalshoyu:
"ADA" by Berlin-based Polish artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski. A giant interactive analogue installation. The sculpture manifests itself as a large, clear helium-filled membrane studded with charcoal spikes, roaming freely within a white room. Users are encouraged to engage with the object by pushing and spinning it as it floats within the space, where the walls then slowly accumulate marks and flecks. via

I still love this…
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evrlastingly:

and you are the reason i’m smiling when there is nothing to smile about
so i made this thing cause i love this song and embroidering
(Peach - The Front Bottoms)
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"fucking idiot"
me to me  (via simpaticni-niko)