dailyfeatorial:

Well, this is a bit late but still better late than never. Reckon this is a great step for the Indonesia’s Animation, Kudos to Lakon Animasi for this Transformer’s parody!

fromme-toyou:

Favorite fall looks from Mr. Peter Som 

fromme-toyou:

Favorite fall looks from Mr. Peter Som 

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oh-so-coco:

BEYONCE HAS NOTHING ON MY WIND MACHINE! - My friend Jamie Beck made the first version of this image (click HERE), but whoever updated this GIF with the stunning male model is a viral genius.To see all my Cinemagraphs with Jamie Beck go HERE.

oh-so-coco:

BEYONCE HAS NOTHING ON MY WIND MACHINE! - My friend Jamie Beck made the first version of this image (click HERE), but whoever updated this GIF with the stunning male model is a viral genius.

To see all my Cinemagraphs with Jamie Beck go HERE.

EAT from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

Eat

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day: Pop Chart Lab’s latest pop culture poster pays homage to some of cinema’s better-known coiffures with a visual compendium of notable haircuts in Hollywood.
[popchartlab / thanks iris!]

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day: Pop Chart Lab’s latest pop culture poster pays homage to some of cinema’s better-known coiffures with a visual compendium of notable haircuts in Hollywood.

[popchartlab / thanks iris!]

(via thedailywhat)

thedailywhat:

Sky Art of the Day: To protest LA’s “unconstitutional moratorium” on murals, well-known street artist SABER paid skywriters to tag the firmament over City Hall with the noms de graffiti of several notable street artists in hopes of raising awareness of the controversial decree.
“SABER is no stranger to big statements,” writes LA Taco. “[I]n 1997 the artist executed the world’s largest graffiti piece on the concrete bank of the LA river.”
[laweekly.]

thedailywhat:

Sky Art of the Day: To protest LA’s “unconstitutional moratorium” on murals, well-known street artist SABER paid skywriters to tag the firmament over City Hall with the noms de graffiti of several notable street artists in hopes of raising awareness of the controversial decree.

“SABER is no stranger to big statements,” writes LA Taco. “[I]n 1997 the artist executed the world’s largest graffiti piece on the concrete bank of the LA river.”

[laweekly.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

mongolia! from wiissa on Vimeo.

thedailywhat:

Culture Shock of the Day: Though they enjoy being photographed, many Mongolian nomads have never seen a physical photo of themselves.

Enter: Teenagers Vanessa Hollander and Wilson Philippe, who recently went on a ten-day motorcycle tour of the world’s most sparsely populated country, bringing their Fuji Instax Mini with them.

They write:

[E]ach person photographed really prized and protected his or her polaroid (fearing that we wanted to keep it), and barely let us see it when it was developed! the children automatically stored it away once we showed them what was the very first picture of themselves. it was a really great and humbling experience and showed us how much just one photograph can mean to people who have never had one of themselves.

[wiissa / photojojo.]

People alwaya amuse me…

(Source: thedailywhat)

thedailywhat:

Morning Fluff: Spider-Cat, Spider-Cat, does whatever a Spider-Cat does.

[arbroath.]

(Source: thedailywhat)