mbjörn
maya. 17. US.
mbjörn
Album Art
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elletrico:

an actual photo of me this summer
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euo:




Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance (2002) dir. Chan-wook Park
euo:




Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance (2002) dir. Chan-wook Park
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blastedheath:

urgetocreate
William Nicholson (English, 1872-1949), Cliffs at Rottingdean, 1910. Oil on canvas, 33 x 41.5 cm. Southampton City Art Gallery. 
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chrisbovrne:

My “Audio x Visuals” collection.
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umoron:

i know how u feel


I never get tired of this
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cobainly:

hadaes:

vehxt:

need

want

probably won’t ever get
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photojojo:

Working in the turbulent post-WWII atmosphere, Legendary Japanese photographer Issei Suda captured the sentiment of his country like no other.
One of the best publishers around, Nazraeli Press, recently put together a retrospective book featuring over 100 unseen images from Suda’s archive.
Black and White Images of Post-WWII Japan
via Feature Shoot
photojojo:

Working in the turbulent post-WWII atmosphere, Legendary Japanese photographer Issei Suda captured the sentiment of his country like no other.
One of the best publishers around, Nazraeli Press, recently put together a retrospective book featuring over 100 unseen images from Suda’s archive.
Black and White Images of Post-WWII Japan
via Feature Shoot
photojojo:

Working in the turbulent post-WWII atmosphere, Legendary Japanese photographer Issei Suda captured the sentiment of his country like no other.
One of the best publishers around, Nazraeli Press, recently put together a retrospective book featuring over 100 unseen images from Suda’s archive.
Black and White Images of Post-WWII Japan
via Feature Shoot
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photojojo:

When you think about the epicenter of street photography, it’s difficult to imagine any other place than New York City.
In her latest film, Cheryl Dunn tells the stories of legendary street photographers who came to define a style that’s still being replicated today.
New Documentary Tells the Stories of Legendary Street Photographers
via Wired
photojojo:

When you think about the epicenter of street photography, it’s difficult to imagine any other place than New York City.
In her latest film, Cheryl Dunn tells the stories of legendary street photographers who came to define a style that’s still being replicated today.
New Documentary Tells the Stories of Legendary Street Photographers
via Wired