1. (via spacificnotes)

    8 months ago  /  567 notes  /  Source: landscapre

  2. (via damnbruhwtf)

    9 months ago  /  634 notes  /  Source: neurotic-mind

  3. photo

    photograph © by Lanakila MacNaughton

    photo

    photograph © by Lanakila MacNaughton

    photo

    photograph © by Lanakila MacNaughton

    9 months ago  /  1,801 notes  /  Source: nevver

  4. 9 months ago  /  131 notes  /  Source: thirtyfivef2

  5. photo

    photo

    9 months ago  /  381 notes  /  Source: hotvvheels

  6. life advice: don’t be boring.

    life advice: don’t be boring.

    9 months ago  /  1 note

  7. upnorthtrips:

THE BEST SELLING BLUNTS IN THE U.S.A.

    upnorthtrips:

    THE BEST SELLING BLUNTS IN THE U.S.A.

    9 months ago  /  74 notes  /  Source: upnorthtrips

  8. nevver:

Splish

    nevver:

    Splish

    9 months ago  /  7,898 notes  /  Source: Flickr / sscvalerie

  9. photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    9 months ago  /  1,753 notes  /  Source: Flickr / jannepaint

  10. nevver:

I’ll drive

    nevver:

    I’ll drive

    9 months ago  /  3,957 notes  /  Source: nowearland.com

  11. nprfreshair:

Photograph by Nicolai Frederik Bonnén Rossen
What if lions are the best at snuggling and nobody has never tried… until now. 
via Twisted Sifter 

    nprfreshair:

    Photograph by Nicolai Frederik Bonnén Rossen

    What if lions are the best at snuggling and nobody has never tried… until now. 

    via Twisted Sifter 

    9 months ago  /  606 notes  /  Source: nprfreshair

  12. upnorthtrips:

Deuces Wild: A Bronx Tale (20th Anniversary Mix)
1993 was a keynote year for the “hip-hop movie.” The term, although never officially coined, became a popular when movies such as CB4 and Who’s The Man hit the big screen,  A Bronx Tale was definitely not one of them.
For starters, the movie took place in the the segregated sixties - two decades before hip-hop even took its first breath. There isn’t a h movie’s score and soundtrack contained no rap music, and remember, this is an era way before the term rapper-turnt-actor became popular.
Twenty years later its easy to see how hip-hop has adopted A Bronx Tale into the culture. There enough lyric references to go around - vocal samples have been lifted from movies, and a handful of “A Bronx Tale” song/mixtape titles.
In the past we’ve celebrated the important anniversaries of album releases, producer’s birthdays, and even movie releases. So what we’ve put together, to honor a movie which was not only adopted by hip-hop but has influenced hip-hop, is a mix of joints sampled from the movie’s music and film’s soundtrack. Without further ado, enjoy this latest mix - celebrating the 20th anniversary of A Bronx Tale.
M.O.P. - Here Today, Gone Tomorrowproduced by: DR PeriodSample: Aaron Neville - Tell it Like it isAction Bronson - Thug Love 2012produced by: Party SuppliesSample: The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For YouFugees - Zealotsproduced by: Fugees / Jerry DuplessiSample: The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For YouShyheim - One’s 4 The Moneyproduced by: RNSSample: Donald Byrd - Cristo RedentorSmoke DZA - Best Sellerproduced by: Ski BeatzSample: Donald Byrd - Cristo RedentorCraig Mack - When God Comesproduced by: Easy Mo BeeSample: The Beatles - Come TogetherEvidence - Frame Of Mindproduced by: EvidenceSample: The Beatles - Come TogetherKRS One - My Lifeproduced by: The ResistanceSample: Moody Blues - Nights in White SatinMadvillian - America’s Most Bluntedproduced by: MadlibSample: Fever Tree - Ninety Nine and One HalfGuilty Simpson - Man’s Worldproduced by: J DillaSample: James Brown - It’s A Mans World

    upnorthtrips:

    Deuces Wild: A Bronx Tale (20th Anniversary Mix)

    1993 was a keynote year for the “hip-hop movie.” The term, although never officially coined, became a popular when movies such as CB4 and Who’s The Man hit the big screen,  A Bronx Tale was definitely not one of them.

    For starters, the movie took place in the the segregated sixties - two decades before hip-hop even took its first breath. There isn’t a h movie’s score and soundtrack contained no rap music, and remember, this is an era way before the term rapper-turnt-actor became popular.

    Twenty years later its easy to see how hip-hop has adopted A Bronx Tale into the culture. There enough lyric references to go around - vocal samples have been lifted from movies, and a handful of “A Bronx Tale” song/mixtape titles.

    In the past we’ve celebrated the important anniversaries of album releases, producer’s birthdays, and even movie releases. So what we’ve put together, to honor a movie which was not only adopted by hip-hop but has influenced hip-hop, is a mix of joints sampled from the movie’s music and film’s soundtrack. Without further ado, enjoy this latest mix - celebrating the 20th anniversary of A Bronx Tale.

    M.O.P. - Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
    produced by: DR Period
    Sample: Aaron Neville - Tell it Like it is

    Action Bronson - Thug Love 2012
    produced by: Party Supplies
    Sample: The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You

    Fugees - Zealots
    produced by: Fugees / Jerry Duplessi
    Sample: The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You

    Shyheim - One’s 4 The Money
    produced by: RNS
    Sample: Donald Byrd - Cristo Redentor

    Smoke DZA - Best Seller
    produced by: Ski Beatz
    Sample: Donald Byrd - Cristo Redentor

    Craig Mack - When God Comes
    produced by: Easy Mo Bee
    Sample: The Beatles - Come Together

    Evidence - Frame Of Mind
    produced by: Evidence
    Sample: The Beatles - Come Together

    KRS One - My Life
    produced by: The Resistance
    Sample: Moody Blues - Nights in White Satin

    Madvillian - America’s Most Blunted
    produced by: Madlib
    Sample: Fever Tree - Ninety Nine and One Half

    Guilty Simpson - Man’s World
    produced by: J Dilla
    Sample: James Brown - It’s A Mans World

    10 months ago  /  161 notes  /  Source: upnorthtrips

  13. nevver:

Moffy

    nevver:

    Moffy

    10 months ago  /  890 notes  /  Source: tyronelebon.com

  14. nevver:



brilliant.

    nevver:

    brilliant.

    10 months ago  /  1,099 notes  /  Source: davidshrigley.com

  15. 
When asked by a photographer to take off his trademark sunglasses for a photo, Jack Nicholson replied “You’re new here, aren’t you?”

    When asked by a photographer to take off his trademark sunglasses for a photo, Jack Nicholson replied “You’re new here, aren’t you?”

    (via itsmezu)

    10 months ago  /  22,562 notes  /  Source: jacknicholson