att:

Before you get into the driver’s seat use #X to pause your conversation until you arrive.

Artwork by Matthew Williamson 

att:

Before you get into the driver’s seat use #X to pause your conversation until you arrive.

Artwork by Matthew Williamson 

veganasana:

amoying:

maplesuhtori:

j0shdngr:

chill it’s cos your rare

the entire female population of east asia is rare?

homie ur about to be cooked medium rare and sacrificed

Omg

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klefable:

shockingly, kids are sick and tired of paying hundreds of dollars for overpriced stacks of paper!!!!!! who wouldve thought!!!!!!

klefable:

shockingly, kids are sick and tired of paying hundreds of dollars for overpriced stacks of paper!!!!!! who wouldve thought!!!!!!

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dirtylittledamsel:

WHERE

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EMOJIS

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orcas:

this photo is legendary 

orcas:

this photo is legendary 

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toothpast:

mosebys:

nicki looks like shes fucking arguing with fans

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but really

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And this is why you can never fucking trust the media

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decoarchitecture:

1957 Flxible Starlinervia Carscoops
Much as I sometimes features trains and cars, though they’re not architecture, I can’t resist sharing this. -Wendy
From the (month-old) article:

Despite going out of favor as a style after World War II, art deco design still continues to send reverberations in architecture and industrial design even today.
As you can imagine, the closer you go back to its glory days, the more prominent it becomes, and, in 1957, Flxible created the Starliner, a stunningly designed motorhome whose design was all art deco.
However, they never made that many of them and reportedly, there are only a handful left. One is for sale in Easley, South Carolina, and the owner is asking $235,000 for it. 

decoarchitecture:

1957 Flxible Starliner
via Carscoops

Much as I sometimes features trains and cars, though they’re not architecture, I can’t resist sharing this. -Wendy

From the (month-old) article:

Despite going out of favor as a style after World War II, art deco design still continues to send reverberations in architecture and industrial design even today.

As you can imagine, the closer you go back to its glory days, the more prominent it becomes, and, in 1957, Flxible created the Starliner, a stunningly designed motorhome whose design was all art deco.

However, they never made that many of them and reportedly, there are only a handful left. One is for sale in Easley, South Carolina, and the owner is asking $235,000 for it. 

decoarchitecture:

B… Belfast
Belfast, Irelandby Simon Weil
Lovely Modern house.

decoarchitecture:

B… Belfast

Belfast, Ireland
by Simon Weil

Lovely Modern house.

decodanny:

Art Deco buildings, Palmerston North, New Zealand.