exhibition-ism:

Swooning over the city-scapes from San Francisco based painter Jeremy Mann

Reblog. Click the image, and Enjoy.

thetardisinhogwarts:

la-creme:

askpinkamena:

image

omg

this game was banned in my school because people would just play it over and over again in the library 

motherfuckin thank you

this would be really fucking cool if my arrow keys would fucking work. 

THIS IS PERFECT

(Source: twotruths-go, via crazyfishhh)

exhibition-ism:

BLU has been killing it recently with these incredible murals commenting on our contemporary world and it’s chaotic nature. 

(Source: exhibition-ism.com )

shescreamsparamore:

shescreamsparamore:

I JUST LOOKED OUT MY WINDOW AND THERE WERE 11 FUCKING COWS JUST THERE. ARE YOU GONNA FUCKING PAY THE RENT OR WHAT

WHAT WAS I DRINKING LAST NIGHT
wheredidmypostgo:

Reblog network of an anonymous tumblr post
philamuseum:

Happy birthday to Francisco de Goya (1746–1828), born on this day in 1746 in Fuendetodos, Spain. This charming early work, “The Seesaw,” was part of a set of royal tapestries commissioned by Charles IV. This study gives a taste of the Rococo gaiety of the period in its humorous subject of children at play, some triumphant and some in tears, and pastel color palette. The work also foreshadows the dark paintings Goya would later be known for, in the developing storm in the background. More works by the artist here.
 
“The Seesaw,” 1791–92, by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

exhibition-ism:

Armed with only a sharpie, Sean Sullivan took over this wall at LACE in Los Angeles with great stride, sadly back in 2012.

(Source: exhibition-ism.com )

alliscraziness:
wow
                                         such wind
          very steed
                                           so ride
Wow