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spongyspice:

we all have a person who’s name we hear and we just

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gublernation:

yes, forever.

gublernation:

yes, forever.

tastefullyoffensive:

Mr. Bean Inserted Into Famous Portrait Paintings by Rodney Pike [via]

Previously: Classic Paintings Recreated with Sesame Street Characters

charlubby:

i know shipping can be a bit expensive sometimes but uh

charlubby:

i know shipping can be a bit expensive sometimes but uh

rehaunt:

okay so there was this one time i went to walmart with a friend and someone just left their kid in the ball cage and it looked like walmart was selling children paired with a ball for five bucks

tommypickles:

the loss of innocence in the second picture is overwhelming

tommypickles:

the loss of innocence in the second picture is overwhelming

jennyowenyoungs:

amandapalmer:

TWIN. 

PEAKS.

IS.

BACK.

YES.

YES.

YES.

#DamnFineCoffee

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Concert Recap: The Script

lbradz:

kenami:

This band has to be one of the most interesting hybrids out there at the minute. It’d be easy to view The Script and think of them as a simple ‘pop band’ but when you look into them some more you can see genuine rock sensibilities there. Sure they might not be comparable to Metallica or AC/DC but that larger than life attitude (similar to U2 and REM) are certainly visible with them, and with that it helps them to be versatile musicians, far more than most people would expect with a band like them. I’ve known about them for a while now but I never really steeped into their music before, of course this caused my curiosity to grow over the years whenever I’d think about them and how they’ve won over so many fans in the states. So naturally I aimed to work with them and photograph their headlining show at NYC’s Hammerstein Ballrom, a venue I’m growing to love the more times I go. Getting to experience one of their shows was definitely something I was excited about and The Script surpassed my expectations of being a solid live band. This was one of those shows that only furthered my belief of how you can never fully judge a band until you see them live and it has to be said: The Script are a top live band. They know how to play to the excitement of a crowd and progress a set with songs that steep into a wide array of emotions. But what struck me the most was how their show was so massive in scope yet also strikingly intimate due to how they constantly aimed to make their fans feel important. Whether it was a smile towards the crowd or a head nod, you could tell that it wasn’t lost on them how massive it was to have such a dedicated fanbase at their show. It was also great to finally see Twin Forks, who are a group I’ve been dying to see for some time now. They were a bit folkier than The Script but even with that The Script fans took to them beautifully, proving to me that Twin Forks are a talented group of musicians that can take in anything that’s thrown at them. I’m definitely looking forward to see both of these bands again at some point. Enjoy my photos from the show below.

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Twin Forks

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yoyonolen:

not even an over reaction

There are some artists who have voices that I can get lost in, & I’d be totally okay if I never found a way out.

permguerrero:

memes are people too