1. jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk:

    i keep watching the last scene of this new godaddy spot over and over



  2. (Source: geto, via risingtensions)

  3. design-is-fine:

    Jim Bengston, photography for Olympics Lillehammer ‘94. Norway. Via eMuseum

    (Source: sammlungen-archive.zhdk.ch)

  4. design-is-fine:

    Hyun Kim, Seoul Olympics 1988. International Poster Gallery. Minimal graphics that describe a fan dance.

    (Source: artery.wbur.org)

  5. cynicallys:


    (Source: hippiesispunkz, via jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk)

  6. Finally got to see Coven. Best line ever. 

  7. ashmackenzie:

    Here’s my piece for the Fifth Element fan book! If you’d like to buy a physical copy of the book you can do so HERE or you can get a digital copy HERE. There’s a ton of great artists involved so definitely check it out!

  8. technodelic1981:

    Ryuichi Sakamoto / B2 UNIT 1980

    from Music Magazine 1980 October

    (via richardturley)

  9. colinquinn:


  10. The industry calls this marbling.

    (Source: weheartit.com, via terroratorterry)

  12. design-is-fine:

    Otl Aicher, Flyer material for Volkshochschule, adult evening classes, 1953-56. Ulm, Germany.Via Museum für Gestaltung Zürich

    (Source: 80magazine.wordpress.com, via design-is-fine)

  13. whybray:

    URL Letterman Jacket by LaTurbo Avedon. Edition of 10

    Available from Kickstarter

  14. memphis-milano:

    "Bertrand" sideboard/console by Massimo Iosa Ghini in 1987 is an example of his Bolidismo Movement featured in Terrazzo in the Fall of 1988 . Made of lacquered wood and chromium-plated metal (79.4 x 186.1 x 55.2 cm)

    Bolidismo was a short-lived design trend from the Itlaian “bolide”, an old word for asteroid or shooting star like a comet moving forward. Influenced by Italian Futurism and American Streamline Art Moderne.

  15. These are larger than life puppets. #waynewhite