catastrofe:

Renzi Faccetta Buffa Masterpost

(solo perché l’ha chiesto quel bel tomo dell’iceageiscoming)

E ora tutti insieme diciamo grazie a catastrofe che ci ha regalato le reaction gif di Renzi

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haidaspicciare:

Alain Delon e Monica Vitti, "L’eclisse" (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1962).

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in-nome-del-pop-italiano:

In nome del POP contro l’odioso fenomeno del meteorismo!

in-nome-del-pop-italiano:

In nome del POP contro l’odioso fenomeno del meteorismo!

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(Source: phonkmeister)

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to-the-lost-ones:

caninabis:

ifimeanalottoyou:

Drugs Under The Microscope

Way cool

actually they are not drugs under the microscope.

these are drugs reacting with chemicals of the photographic film, then developed to produce abstract art.

Sarah Schönfeld, the artist that created this kind of art, took liquid versions of drugs, both legal and illegal, and covered exposed negative film. Each drug interacted with the film differently, and the chemical reaction continued for variable amounts of time. She repeated the process for dozens of drugs and enlarged the negatives after the reactions were complete. The complete collection has been published in a leather-bound book titled “All You Can Feel”.

Check the full article here.

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theydontknowweknowtheyknowweknow:

83/150 photos of Matthew Perry

theydontknowweknowtheyknowweknow:

83/150 photos of Matthew Perry

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splicepicturesx:

Porcelain #21

splicepicturesx:

Porcelain #21

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haidaspicciare:

Bill Murray, “Lost in Translation” (Sofia Coppola, 2003).

haidaspicciare:

Bill Murray, “Lost in Translation” (Sofia Coppola, 2003).

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Milano, 1946. Lucio Fontana visita quel che resta del suo studio ridotto in macerie dai bombardamenti.
© Archivi Farabol

Milano, 1946. Lucio Fontana visita quel che resta del suo studio ridotto in macerie dai bombardamenti.

© Archivi Farabol

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nsfworld:

Benjamin Askinas

nsfworld:

Benjamin Askinas

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