dickbone:

Work is taking over my life and I just wanna go to the gym right now tbh

dickbone:

Work is taking over my life and I just wanna go to the gym right now tbh

(via richarizarrrd)

(via hi)

frozendailydose:

dosageofdisney:

I was not expecting that!

I don’t think anyone was expecting that!

frozendailydose:

dosageofdisney:

I was not expecting that!

I don’t think anyone was expecting that!

(via andrysb24)

Maybe I should come indoors more often…

Maybe I should come indoors more often…

(via polaricebare)

gladolorosa:

secret-soup:

themaskedman:

YES. I’M GAME JUMPING. I’m about to go TURBO.

fucking christ look at this dude will you

omfg perfect

gladolorosa:

secret-soup:

themaskedman:

YES. I’M GAME JUMPING. I’m about to go TURBO.

fucking christ look at this dude will you

omfg perfect

(via andrysb24)

myartexperiments:

Happy Earth Day

myartexperiments:

Happy Earth Day

(via polaricebare)

(via dandanpow)

unlawfully:

Having a cute waiter like I’ll have the chicken with a side of that dick

(via polaricebare)

georgianadesign:

Quality Design & Construction, Raleigh, NC.

georgianadesign:

Quality Design & Construction, Raleigh, NC.

(via hbradley)

sonickid1234:

It’s hot in my house.

sonickid1234:

It’s hot in my house.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Beili Liu. Bound # 2. Thread, needle, red oak, (reclaimed shipping crates), 6 x 10 x 18”.

Two weathered, human-sized oak columns (reclaimed wood from shipping containers) stand in opposition to each other, with thousands of gossamer red threads spanning the distance between them. Each thread is held in place by a needle at each end. Although the thousands of lines connect the two columns and visually pull them towards each other, they are solidly anchored in place and stand silently apart. Each thread is threaded through two needles on the opposing side of the two columns.
 

(via polaricebare)

jonthnshton:

buhriancorey:

omfg theres another one

KEVIN LOOK

arquerio:

untitled by emebecé on Flickr.

arquerio:

untitled by emebecé on Flickr.

(via roy-ality)