quotelounge:

More good vibes here

Fuckin’ Eh!
electrictattoos:

nomicheese:

Hurr it’s a durr! At AKA Lurndurn. Thanks C :))

Nomi Chi
hello-missdolly:

Buh. This face. Cutest.
Resplendent Robson by Callum Snape
ifc:

laughingsquid:

Chibatman, A Real Life Batman Whose Mission Is to Bring Smiles to the People of Chiba, Japan

BA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NA BAT(JAPANESE)MAN!!
danielodowd:

untitled by coolhandluke on Flickr.
fluxmachine:

aetv:

Norman Bates as part of our Be Original artist campaign
created by: Kevin Weir / Flux Machine

Did a piece for A&E’s Bates Motel. Lots of fun to work on. Pretty creepy show.
fedorshmidt:

#fedorshmidt archive
steamgirlofficial:

As you can see in the above photo, Kindra is using a typewriter to compose the titular Love Note, but did you know that typewriters are why our keyboards use the QWERTY layout? Though popular belief claims that the letters on a keyboard were placed the way they are to slow down typists and prevent typewriter jams, it was actually meant to speed up typists… by preventing jams! By separating commonly used pairs of letters like “S” and “T”, you could prevent a typewriter’s typebars from smashing against each other and locking up, which would be a time consuming process to fix.
See? You learn something on here.
"Love Note", featuring Kindra, debuts on SteamGirl.com this Saturday!
(Photography by Ayria Lovett)