1. mistakenformagnificent:

Marcia Blaessle, 1972. The work is one of many pieces of psychedelic art done by recovering teenage drug addicts in 1970s West Germany. The pieces were collected and published in the book Rausch I’m Bild and brought to public light again as the the cover art for Youth Lagoon’s album Wondrous Bughouse. 

    mistakenformagnificent:

    Marcia Blaessle, 1972. The work is one of many pieces of psychedelic art done by recovering teenage drug addicts in 1970s West Germany. The pieces were collected and published in the book Rausch I’m Bild and brought to public light again as the the cover art for Youth Lagoon’s album Wondrous Bughouse

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  5. By Daniel Korzhonov

  6. I’ll take one of these

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  8. girouxtiful:

    pre-apocalypse:

    vesticle:

    AW LOOK AT HIM HE LOOKS SO PROUD OF HIMSELF LOOK AT THAT LIL SMILE OMG I CAN JUST FEEL THE HAPPINESS THIS DOG IS BEAUTIFUL OMG 

    Are you fucking kidding me that’s the cutest thing I’ve ever seen

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  10. My God,” he gasped, “you’re fun to kiss.

    — F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is The Night (via chazkeats)

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    The Frozen Waterfalls of Hierve el Agua

    To view more photos and videos from Hierve el Agua, explore the Hierve el Agua location page.

    Off the beaten path in Oaxaca, Mexico, two soaring cliffs resemble frozen waterfalls. Their name, Hierve el Agua (“the water boils”), stems from the warm mineral springs on the clifftops. As runoff from the pools flows over the cliffs, excess calcium carbonate in the water sculpts the rock. Ages of this process have resulted in the cliffs’ distinct appearance. Instagrammers visiting the cliffs have explored the bubbling turquoise pools and captured the view of the lush valley below.

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