shortstackphotos:

Mmmm shortstackphotos:

Mmmm shortstackphotos:

Mmmm shortstackphotos:

Mmmm shortstackphotos:

Mmmm shortstackphotos:

Mmmm shortstackphotos:

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nock-nock-nock:

Adrianne Ho nock-nock-nock:

Adrianne Ho nock-nock-nock:

Adrianne Ho nock-nock-nock:

Adrianne Ho
“I’m not totally mad at you. I’m just sad. You’re all locked up in that little world of yours, and when I try knocking on the door, you just sort of look up for a second and go right back inside.”
— Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood (via larmoyante)

(via follow-devendrabanhart)

footysphere:

Football by Japanese artist Tenmyouya Hisashi
A public poster created for the 2006 World Cup in Germany featuring two samurais in full battle armour.

footysphere:

Football by Japanese artist Tenmyouya Hisashi

A public poster created for the 2006 World Cup in Germany featuring two samurais in full battle armour.

afootballreport:

Fútbol x Jorge Lawerta
Nestled somewhere between popular culture and a penchant for hard angles, Valencia-based illustrator Jorge Lawerta has a style that’s difficult to pin down. That said, no matter how he chooses to approach his subject, whether it’s a historic rivalry, a cultural representation of a city, or just a portrait of a player, Lawerta is always on point.

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afootballreport:

Fútbol x Jorge Lawerta
Nestled somewhere between popular culture and a penchant for hard angles, Valencia-based illustrator Jorge Lawerta has a style that’s difficult to pin down. That said, no matter how he chooses to approach his subject, whether it’s a historic rivalry, a cultural representation of a city, or just a portrait of a player, Lawerta is always on point.

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afootballreport:

Fútbol x Jorge Lawerta
Nestled somewhere between popular culture and a penchant for hard angles, Valencia-based illustrator Jorge Lawerta has a style that’s difficult to pin down. That said, no matter how he chooses to approach his subject, whether it’s a historic rivalry, a cultural representation of a city, or just a portrait of a player, Lawerta is always on point.

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afootballreport:

Fútbol x Jorge Lawerta
Nestled somewhere between popular culture and a penchant for hard angles, Valencia-based illustrator Jorge Lawerta has a style that’s difficult to pin down. That said, no matter how he chooses to approach his subject, whether it’s a historic rivalry, a cultural representation of a city, or just a portrait of a player, Lawerta is always on point.

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afootballreport:

Fútbol x Jorge Lawerta
Nestled somewhere between popular culture and a penchant for hard angles, Valencia-based illustrator Jorge Lawerta has a style that’s difficult to pin down. That said, no matter how he chooses to approach his subject, whether it’s a historic rivalry, a cultural representation of a city, or just a portrait of a player, Lawerta is always on point.

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afootballreport:

Fútbol x Jorge Lawerta
Nestled somewhere between popular culture and a penchant for hard angles, Valencia-based illustrator Jorge Lawerta has a style that’s difficult to pin down. That said, no matter how he chooses to approach his subject, whether it’s a historic rivalry, a cultural representation of a city, or just a portrait of a player, Lawerta is always on point.

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afootballreport:

Fútbol x Jorge Lawerta

Nestled somewhere between popular culture and a penchant for hard angles, Valencia-based illustrator Jorge Lawerta has a style that’s difficult to pin down. That said, no matter how he chooses to approach his subject, whether it’s a historic rivalry, a cultural representation of a city, or just a portrait of a player, Lawerta is always on point.

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shayman77:

I watch A LOT of football and most of it’s shit and people always ask my why. Why? Because every so often you stumble across something like a player appealing for an offside ON A PASS THEY MADE and that’s fucking hilarious.

Onward

“I wasn’t a misanthrope and I wasn’t a misogynist but I liked being alone. It felt good to sit alone in a small space and smoke and drink. I had always been good company for myself.”
— Charles Bukowski  (via thatkindofwoman)

(via woodennest)