impermeable.
in case of fireby baaasti+: flickr

in case of fire
by baaasti
+: flickr

Marilyn Manson - Fundamentally Loathsome
140 plays

song: fundamentally loathsome
album: mechanical animals
band: marilyn manson 
usa - 1998

i want to wake up in your white, white sun
i want to wake up in your world with no pain
but i’ll just suffer in a hope to die someday
while you are numb all of the way

(…)

shoot myself to love you
if i loved myself i’d be shooting you

"shhh… portrait in 12 volumes of gray"
3960 books with 12 different shades of gray make a giant sculpture. 
by christian moeller
walnut creek library
northern california, usa
 
 

porsche museumdesigned by austrian architects delugan meisslphotographies by michael schnellstuttgart, germany+: 5osa

porsche museum
designed by austrian architects delugan meissl
photographies by michael schnell
stuttgart, germany

+: 5osa

d-day: june 6th, the 66th anniversary of the successful 1944 allied invasion of france.the largest amphibious invasion in history - over 160.000 troops landed, assisted by over 5.000 ships, aerial bombardment, gliders and paratroopers. up:left: 13 liberty ships, deliberately scuttled to form a breakwater for invasion vessels landing on the normandy beachhead lie in line off the beach, shielding the ships in shore. the artificial harbor engineering installation which was prefabricated and towed across the channel. 1944 photo.right: u.s. soldiers approach omaha beach, their weapons wrapped in plastic to keep them dry, june 1944.down:left: allied soldiers, vehicles and equipment swarm onto the french shore during the normandy landings, june 1944.right: the sight of a low-flying allied plane sends nazi soldiers rushing for cover on a beach in france, before d-day june 1944. the aircraft was taking reconnaissance photos of german coastal barriers in preparation for the june 6th invasion.+: the big picture

d-day: june 6th, the 66th anniversary of the successful 1944 allied invasion of france.
the largest amphibious invasion in history - over 160.000 troops landed, assisted by over 5.000 ships, aerial bombardment, gliders and paratroopers. 


up:

left: 13 liberty ships, deliberately scuttled to form a breakwater for invasion vessels landing on the normandy beachhead lie in line off the beach, shielding the ships in shore. the artificial harbor engineering installation which was prefabricated and towed across the channel. 1944 photo.

right: u.s. soldiers approach omaha beach, their weapons wrapped in plastic to keep them dry, june 1944.

down:

left: allied soldiers, vehicles and equipment swarm onto the french shore during the normandy landings, june 1944.

right: the sight of a low-flying allied plane sends nazi soldiers rushing for cover on a beach in france, before d-day june 1944. the aircraft was taking reconnaissance photos of german coastal barriers in preparation for the june 6th invasion.

+: the big picture

sugrrrmefuckyou:

(via ditavoonteese)
11once:

marcin stawiarz photography
contour seriesby mk12submission for art basel exhibition2005+: click en la foto

contour series
by mk12
submission for art basel exhibition
2005

+: click en la foto

fuckyeahladyboner:

(via fashionforeplay)
by spencer elden(the baby from the cover of nirvana’s nevermind)+: click en la foto 

by spencer elden
(the baby from the cover of nirvana’s nevermind)

+: click en la foto 

yayeveryday
illustration by mulheres barbadas+: click en la foto (large version available) 

illustration by mulheres barbadas

+: click en la foto (large version available) 

by mrzyk & moriceau+: click en la foto 

by mrzyk & moriceau
+: click en la foto