1. 13 April, 2014
    10:40
    summerdiary:

SALTON SEA
Levi Jackman Foster photographed by Brian Kaminski
The Summer Diary Project.  Follow us on Facebook + Twitter @summer_diary

    summerdiary:

    SALTON SEA

    Levi Jackman Foster photographed by Brian Kaminski

    The Summer Diary Project.  Follow us on Facebook + Twitter @summer_diary

    (Source: statigr.am)

  2. 10:40
    locker-room-frenzy:

coach’s cock .. 

    locker-room-frenzy:

    coach’s cock .. 

    (via ucsubbear)

  3. 10:40
  4. 10:40
    summerdiary:

SALTON SEA
Levi Jackman Foster photographed by Brian Kaminski
The Summer Diary Project.  Follow us on Facebook + Twitter @summer_diary

    summerdiary:

    SALTON SEA

    Levi Jackman Foster photographed by Brian Kaminski

    The Summer Diary Project.  Follow us on Facebook + Twitter @summer_diary

    (Source: statigr.am)

  5. 10:39
    colinquinn:

www.clasebcn.com
  6. 10:38
    70sscifiart:

John Harris - The Search

    70sscifiart:

    John Harris - The Search

    (via culturaldictionaryofdick)

  7. 10:38
    periodicult:

Jim Reid of The Jesus and Mary Chain photographed by Mike Laye for The Face, June 1985.

    periodicult:

    Jim Reid of The Jesus and Mary Chain photographed by Mike Laye for The Face, June 1985.

    (via hizerjason-elhombreinvisible)

  8. 10:38
    vj-gif:

Vj-Gif
  9. 10:37
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  11. 10:37

    policymic:

    Life inside Caracas’ unfinished skyscraper Centro Financiero Confinanzas, the world’s tallest slum

    It was meant to be world financial center and the third-tallest building in all of Venezuela, known for its sprawling cities and staggering inequality. But in 1994, construction was halted on the building after four years thanks to a banking crisis that saw 17 of the nation’s 49 commercial banks fail. Over time, the abandoned building was colonized by squatters from nearby slums. Today, the tower is the world’s largest vertical slum — dubbed “Torre David,” or “Tower of David,” by residents — the structure hosts a self-contained community of roughly 3,000 people in over 750 families spanning 45 floors, each with their own shops and services. Residents pay a $32 monthly condo fee for 24-hour armed security and run a co-operative mini-government, with non-compliance for the rules being punished with “social work” like chores and repairs around the building.

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  12. 12 April, 2014
    17:16
    centuria:

Ricardo Bofill (Taller De Arquitectura)La Muralla Roja, 1973Calpe, Alcante Spain

    centuria:

    Ricardo Bofill (Taller De Arquitectura)
    La Muralla Roja, 1973
    Calpe, Alcante Spain

    (via androphilia)

  13. 17:16

    karrhu:

    Jeff

  14. 11 April, 2014
    13:45
    nevver:

Toothpaste for dinner
  15. 13:45

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