Oktober
Oktober
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nevver:

Design Crush
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vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
vanstyles:

The great outdoors with Toni Collado 
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nevver:

Coffee & Cigarettes
nevver:

Coffee & Cigarettes
nevver:

Coffee & Cigarettes
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nevver:

Everybody’s got a thing
nevver:

Everybody’s got a thing
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architags:

Luciano Kruk. SV House. Valeria del Mar, Buenos Aires Province. Argentina. images (c) Luciano Kruk
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Luciano Kruk. SV House. Valeria del Mar, Buenos Aires Province. Argentina. images (c) Luciano Kruk
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Luciano Kruk. SV House. Valeria del Mar, Buenos Aires Province. Argentina. images (c) Luciano Kruk
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Luciano Kruk. SV House. Valeria del Mar, Buenos Aires Province. Argentina. images (c) Luciano Kruk
architags:

Luciano Kruk. SV House. Valeria del Mar, Buenos Aires Province. Argentina. images (c) Luciano Kruk
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Luciano Kruk. SV House. Valeria del Mar, Buenos Aires Province. Argentina. images (c) Luciano Kruk
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Luciano Kruk. SV House. Valeria del Mar, Buenos Aires Province. Argentina. images (c) Luciano Kruk
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somerollingstone:


Annalise McLachlan by David Hauserman for Meeshka Summer 14/15
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gaws:

Mark Webber, Le Mans 1999
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criminalwisdom:

A KIND OF YOU»
Perttu Saksa’s photo series of monkeys in masks who are trained and dressed to act human-like in order to beg for money from by-passers on the busy streets of Jakarta, Indonesia. 
There has been a tradition in Indonesia of street performers teaching their pet monkeys tricks and dressing them in traditional masks. This custom has subsequently put down roots in the cities, where stressed-out monkeys, harnessed to help beggars, are dragged in chains from one owner to another. The monkeys walk clumsily, but are made to go through the streets ‘disguised’ in heads cut off Barbies and baby dolls.

 A couple of years ago, the Indonesian state tightened up the law and made macaque monkey species protected. There were no longer performances in the street, like before. I did a lot of groundwork with the aid of a local journalist before we found a few people known as “monkey masters” in the slums of Jakarta. They trained and rented out monkeys to beggars. I photographed the series over a few weeks in the autumn of 2012. Since the beginning of this year, the legislation has been made even stricter, and owning monkeys is now punishable by a prison sentence.

(Source: Deformulation)
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travelthisworld:

Peaks of Hong Kong
Hong Kong | by Jaylie Wong
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nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
nevver:

Cutters, Tito Mouraz
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nevver:

Earth and Mars from the Moon
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joshuawoods:

Gabby Bloomgarden
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nevver:

Peanuts
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mikenudelman:

A beginner’s guide to money laundering.
mikenudelman:

A beginner’s guide to money laundering.
mikenudelman:

A beginner’s guide to money laundering.
mikenudelman:

A beginner’s guide to money laundering.
mikenudelman:

A beginner’s guide to money laundering.
mikenudelman:

A beginner’s guide to money laundering.