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yelyahwilliams:

istillloveparamore:

What do you get when you put 

Taylor York

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And Jeremy Davis together?

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You get Justin Timberlake

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You will never un-see it now that I posted this muahahahhaha

It’s probably the only reason Hayley likes them

I literally cannot wait to show the guys this

likeafieldmouse:

Robert Flynt - Your Numbered Days (published 2001)

"The format of the Birthday Book or perpetual calendar is the armature for this text-free artist’s book.

Usable for a variety of purposes, this pocket-sized publication consists of a space for each day of the year, accompanied by turn-of-the-century images from 1997 to early 2001. All of the images are made through the juxtaposition of a found tintype (usually 19th Century) with a figure (or figures) photographed either underwater or in a darkened studio by flashlight.”

jfpetersphoto:

Santa Monica, CA 2013

jfpetersphoto:

Santa Monica, CA 2013

peterhujararchive:

Abandoned Building, Caven Point N.J., 1984

peterhujararchive:

Abandoned Building, Caven Point N.J., 1984

acrylicalchemy:

Beautiful Accidents

acrylicalchemy:

Beautiful Accidents

mpdrolet:

From La Philosophie Dans Le Boudoir
Vladimir Mitev
rollingstone:

When indie rockers the Dismemberment Plan first came together 20 years ago, they took their name from a random line in the Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day. Even today, frontman Travis Morrison says the band is still taking inspiration from Bill Murray, this time in its M.O. “He tells people that he’s retired and anything he does is just coming out of retirement,” the singer-guitarist says from his Brooklyn apartment. “That’s totally where we’re at: We’re retired, but we’ll do anything that’s interesting.” Luckily for fans of the group, which broke up in 2003 but reunited for live performances in 2010, the thing that interested them this year was writing and recording a new album, Uncanney Valley. Find out what Morrison revealed to us about the band’s future plans.

rollingstone:

When indie rockers the Dismemberment Plan first came together 20 years ago, they took their name from a random line in the Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day. Even today, frontman Travis Morrison says the band is still taking inspiration from Bill Murray, this time in its M.O. “He tells people that he’s retired and anything he does is just coming out of retirement,” the singer-guitarist says from his Brooklyn apartment. “That’s totally where we’re at: We’re retired, but we’ll do anything that’s interesting.” Luckily for fans of the group, which broke up in 2003 but reunited for live performances in 2010, the thing that interested them this year was writing and recording a new album, Uncanney Valley. Find out what Morrison revealed to us about the band’s future plans.

photojojo:

With Photoshop being such a common tool, we’re quick to assume the photos above have had some skillful retouching. 

But in fact, photographer Toby Dixon did things the retro way by using a makeup artist and stylist.

No Photoshop in These Split Personality Portraits

via My Modern Met