Me demander n'importe quoi
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Just a warning
im robin gibb and im a god from the high heavens of disco
Posted on 2nd Oct at 1:14 AM, with 28,767 notes


DESIGN: The Future of Makeup Has Arrived

Using incredibly precise light projectors, Nobumichi Asai has demonstrated how a person’s face can be digitally altered in real-time.

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Posted on 1st Oct at 11:07 PM, with 1 note

can i please start a band now i have the coolest name ideas like twin genesis and gloomgender

Posted on 1st Oct at 10:39 PM

Broken Wings//Robin Gibb (ft Valeria)

yooooooo #clubhits2015

Posted on 1st Oct at 10:11 PM, with 16 notes


5,000 volts  - “I’m on fire” (Version anglaise)

Posted on 1st Oct at 10:08 PM, with 15 notes


To all the young kids out there: look, if you have to develop a crush on a famous person, at least make it someone with a brilliant voice, who can actually sing, wears extremely tight disco pants, has gorgeous flowing hair and is preferably dead. It’s the way to go, kids! Once you’ve crushed on a 1970s heart-throb, there’s no going back!

Posted on 1st Oct at 8:46 PM, with 649 notes


"No Fun" by The Stooges

This is the record that killed the ’60s.

Posted on 1st Oct at 8:44 PM, with 157 notes


Walkerplus | ニコニコ超会議3 (NicoNico Chokaigi3)

Posted on 1st Oct at 8:43 PM, with 258 notes

Need a little Halloween spirit boost this October?
I have the solution. Build a Halloween Mood Table!


Need a little Halloween spirit boost this October?

I have the solution. Build a Halloween Mood Table!

Posted on 1st Oct at 1:01 AM

my favorite moment in the entire it’s always sunny series is when mac and charlie go to see santa and charlie sits in santas lap and death glares santa and screams “DID YOU FUCK MY MOM SANTA? DID YOU FUCK MY FUCKING MOM?” and bites a chunk out of santas neck and Mac accidentally knocks some kids mom unconscious and everyone is crying and charlie is covered in blood and santas dead and Mac has to drag a screaming bloody psychotic charlie away

Posted on 30th Sep at 11:14 PM, with 2,439 notes


Portraits of the London Punk Movement of the 1970s and ’80s

On Jan. 13, 1973, Derek Ridgers remembers pushing his way through the crowd at Eric Clapton’s Rainbow Concert, climbing over the fence and joining the press to photograph the rock legend. At the time, Ridgers worked in advertising and was surprised how easy it was to fake being a press photographer. He quickly realized a camera could help him approach his heroes and idols; he has been photographing famous bands and musicians ever since.

Ridgers, however, didn’t focus his camera solely on the stage. In 1976, he turned his attention toward another group of people: a loud and energetic crowd of punks. “What could be more photogenic then punks in clubs?” he asked. His new book, 78-87 London Youthfull of portraits of painted faces, colored hair, tattoos, and eccentric clothing, proves his point.

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