kate. see. gee.

Apr 22

Perfect

Perfect

(Source: deshommesetdeschatons)

[video]

Jan 25

[video]

Jan 12

dannielle:

shit just got real

I have awesome friends

dannielle:

shit just got real

I have awesome friends

Jan 10

fuckyeahtattoos:

Custom Tattoo by Jackie Rabbithttps://www.facebook.com/JackieRabbitTattoo

Nope, no, nuh-uh, negative, nein!!!!I know why the caged bird sings!  Because it is trapped INSIDE your crazy arm in some M.C. Escher-esque warped universe where the laws of physics DO NOT APPLY and somehow its wing can be both inside and outside of a tribal piece of garbage cage OH AND THERE’S A FLOATING CAT HEAD IN THERE TOO!

fuckyeahtattoos:

Custom Tattoo by Jackie Rabbit
https://www.facebook.com/JackieRabbitTattoo

Nope, no, nuh-uh, negative, nein!!!!

I know why the caged bird sings! Because it is trapped INSIDE your crazy arm in some M.C. Escher-esque warped universe where the laws of physics DO NOT APPLY and somehow its wing can be both inside and outside of a tribal piece of garbage cage OH AND THERE’S A FLOATING CAT HEAD IN THERE TOO!

paperimages:

Jennifer Mazza

Love this

paperimages:

Jennifer Mazza

Love this

Jan 06

veggiesradgarden:

THERE IS THIS BIG THING OUT HERE
ITS WEIRD
LET ME IN
HELP


D’aww

veggiesradgarden:

THERE IS THIS BIG THING OUT HERE

ITS WEIRD

LET ME IN

HELP

D’aww

(Source: metapod, via dannielle)

Dec 19

[video]

Dec 18

[video]

vintageblackglamour:

Maya Angelou doing a little reading in her dressing room before her performance at the Village Vanguard in New York City. Long before she was a poet and writer and the icon we know today, Dr. Angelou was a dancer and singer of folk and calypso songs (she even recorded an album in 1957 called “Miss Calypso” and appeared in the film “Calypso Heat Wave” that same year. This photo was taken by G. Marshall Wilson, who was a staff photographer at Ebony for 33 years. Photo: Art.com


Holy Maya Angelou, Batman!

vintageblackglamour:

Maya Angelou doing a little reading in her dressing room before her performance at the Village Vanguard in New York City. Long before she was a poet and writer and the icon we know today, Dr. Angelou was a dancer and singer of folk and calypso songs (she even recorded an album in 1957 called “Miss Calypso” and appeared in the film “Calypso Heat Wave” that same year. This photo was taken by G. Marshall Wilson, who was a staff photographer at Ebony for 33 years. Photo: Art.com

Holy Maya Angelou, Batman!

(via dannielle)