davykesey:

Last Saturday at two in the morning we pulled over on the side of the road, hoping to get a little bit of sleep before continuing onwards to the Grand Canyon. I think I only got maybe one hour of sleep , if that. It was incredibly cold and sleeping in the drivers seat of the car is not fun. Also, I ate an old burger that made me feel sick all night.
It was all worth it for the view. I’ve never seen so many stars in my life.

davykesey:

Last Saturday at two in the morning we pulled over on the side of the road, hoping to get a little bit of sleep before continuing onwards to the Grand Canyon. I think I only got maybe one hour of sleep , if that. It was incredibly cold and sleeping in the drivers seat of the car is not fun. Also, I ate an old burger that made me feel sick all night.

It was all worth it for the view. I’ve never seen so many stars in my life.

xcarolynnn:

cloudydayrealestate:

the satisfaction

One time in like 5th grade I had this teacher and she gave us all bottles of shit like this and told us to squeeze it all out and of course we were like fuck yeah and did it and then she said, “Now, try and shove it all back in the container.” Of course we all tried, and then stared at her confused as shit. When we all obviously gave up, she said, “In the moment, you were so consumed with what you were doing that you didn’t realize the mess you were making. Then, after it was so quickly and easily poured out, you realize it is impossible to put it all back in. Remember this for the rest of your lives when it comes to the words that come out of your mouth” and we were like 10 so we were like yeah ok whatever lady, but somehow to this day I think of it constantly. 

i met this rlly cute girl on tinder (yuckkk) but she is so cute and she’s way older and has awesome tattoos and is an artist and has awesome hair and lives in byron bay??? idk how ifeel whether i want to be her or love her????

asylum-art:

Nicola Samori: The impressive Baroque paintings and some partially destroyed Nicola Samori.

Known for the smoldering intensity of his figurative work, and a dedication to preserving antiquated styles and themes in his paintings, Samorì deftly wields his artist’s brush to create moody and atmospheric pieces that weigh heavily both physically and metaphorically. The creation of each of his compositions is marked by ceremony before a systematic deconstruction. Samorì is most successful, however, in creating timeless pieces of art in spite of — or perhaps even because of — the heavy Baroque influence that runs throughout his body of work. They are as relevant today as they would have been in Michelangelo's — an obvious influence in Samorì's work — 16th century Italian Renaissance. The classical beauty imbued in each of his pieces is only surpassed by his technical aptitude. Samorì is, at the heart of it, a master storyteller and the work as enigmatic as the man.