prismatic spectrum

lovelylor:

I still die laughing everytime I see this scene 

bad request / bad memory (cross posted)

bad request:

Of those I thought were once close, to whom have become ghosts among the living: /I think of you now and then, sometimes fondly even. I don’t hate or wish misfortune, /But at times, I wish we could still be friends. Although we may have our differences /and since then have parted ways - I hope you find and read this in remembrance.

bad memory:

I’ve been thinking, am I a bad memory?
For those who don’t know, I’d like to be a good one.
I’d say that’s why we stopped talking, of course,
Because I’m not one worth remembering anymore.

I don’t know what people see when they look into me … ?
As you may recall, I have a poor sense of self-imagery.
Yet, I’d hate to see that careless face of yours turn ‘round
Once you find out I’ve lifted myself up and gone.

Is it that hard to keep me among your thoughts?
To leave a memory behind is less painful than recalling.
My problem here is, I forget it’s no longer yesterday,
While you’ve already moved on, years and counting.

Sure, we shared some nice moments together,
But my thoughts are placed among what went wrong,
It’s too painful to return; because I’m a bad memory, right?
Then I’ll leave your memories alone.

Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside while still alive. Never surrender.

Tupac Shakur

 

(via psych-quotes)

In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.
― Martin Luther King Jr. (via psych-quotes)
simoncpage:

Twisted Grid #3

simoncpage:

Twisted Grid #3

gq:

Bryan Cranston for GQ

See more photos at GQ.com.

I’ve never seen Breaking Bad but I do know that’s one of our famous bridges. I pass it everyday on the train to work. L.A. Is My Lady.
ohyesverynice:

Do you draw a lot? Original: http://bit.ly/1bKtfPL

ohyesverynice:

Do you draw a lot? Original: http://bit.ly/1bKtfPL

Lil’ Slugger

Lil’ Slugger

designcloud:

Photography by Martin Klimas

Photographer Martin Klimas was born in 1971 in Lake of Konstanz, Germany. In his pictures Klimas breaks recognizable objects so they become something else, and stops us just at the moment of transformation. The aspect of destroying is not the most important one in his work. Let’s say it is a catalyst to unleash and study this transformation. The hardest part of his work is to smash so many figurines until he finds one that truly is showing him something new. He is in that sense a sculptor, but he has only a 5000th of a second to build his sculpture.

mypantsareonfire:

passive/aggressivness at it’s best . Insert a coin. Your selected piece of china will fall to the bottom of the vending machine. It will shatter. This project by artist Yarisa and Kublitz. If you feel better when you do it, because the designers contends that this machine will make you feel better.

mypantsareonfire:

passive/aggressivness at it’s best
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Insert a coin. Your selected piece of china will fall to the bottom of the vending machine. It will shatter. This project by artist Yarisa and Kublitz. If you feel better when you do it, because the designers contends that this machine will make you feel better.