My Black Room.

Animator for Turtle House Productions MaDrid.
Jus a simple dude who loves to do what he does.
I always win..youll see.

“There’s an old saying - that which doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, I don’t believe that. I think the things that try to kill you make you angry and sad. Strength comes from the good things, your family, your friends, the satisfaction of hard work. Those are the things that will keep you whole, those are the things to hold onto when you’re broken.”

—   Jax Teller (via deleyetful)


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Shit Go.
Old piece from 2011. (Edited)
Darkness… - GloomyHaruka 
Welcome Nigga.

Welcome Nigga.

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Remind me of Santa Cruz,

Remind me of Santa Cruz,

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Gooood Music.

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Fat Lips

Sam Hessamian, Opus Lily


Michael Hoppen Contemporary showcases from 7th of September until 20th of October – ‘Tights and Lips’ – an exhibition of new work by one of the giant’s of Japanese photography, Daido Moriyama. This latest group of pictures entitled ‘Tights’ is the development of Moriyama’s famous earlier series ‘How to create a beautiful picture 6: Tights in Shimotakaido’ of 1987, a small selection of images depicting close-up shots of legs in fishnets.

The complete series now numbers 20. The gallery’s show coincides with a major exhibition at Tate Modern ‘William Klein/ Daido Moriyama’, which will chronicle how these two artists have influenced each other, and how they have both explored the cities of New York and Tokyo in their celebrated depictions of modern urban life.

Moriyama’s ‘Tights’ series will be accompanied by a grid of another group of photographs of lips. We see a face staring from the pad of a discarded newspaper, the glossy lips of a billboard model, a woman’s profile reflected in a train window, … fragments of an obsessive mind. His pictures come together to form a cohesive story of many times and many faces, a mad journey across decades in search of peace, forgiveness and recovery; in search of Japan…

Ruth Orkin
The Man in the rain, New York, 1952


Depressives can be more than just a depressant
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“Splish Splash”
by:Justin Benzel
From the 5th Dimension series


“Splish Splash”

by:Justin Benzel

From the 5th Dimension series