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  1. even my mom loves him. so sweet. even my mom loves him. so sweet.
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    even my mom loves him. so sweet.

    (Source: springnow86, via yohjihatesfashion)

  2. nosarahouslygoaway:

#corgidor
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#corgidor
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    #corgidor

  3. http://pynter.tumblr.com/
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A rare smiley portrait of Rei Kawakubo in an archived Japanese magazine ‘High Fashion’, 1977

trippy.
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A rare smiley portrait of Rei Kawakubo in an archived Japanese magazine ‘High Fashion’, 1977

trippy.
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    A rare smiley portrait of Rei Kawakubo in an archived Japanese magazine ‘High Fashion’, 1977

    trippy.

    (Source: jeou)

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retro. now.

woahhh loovvvvvvvvvvvvve!!! tabshift:

retro. now.

woahhh loovvvvvvvvvvvvve!!!
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    retro. now.

    woahhh loovvvvvvvvvvvvve!!!

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rhubarbes:

Y-3 Fall 2014 Hayex Low “Black/Red/Camo”.
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this the most beautifullest thing ever.
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rhubarbes:

Y-3 Fall 2014 Hayex Low “Black/Red/Camo”.
(via Y-3 Fall 2014 Hayex Low “Black/Red/Camo” • Highsnobiety)

this the most beautifullest thing ever.
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    rhubarbes:

    Y-3 Fall 2014 Hayex Low “Black/Red/Camo”.

    (via Y-3 Fall 2014 Hayex Low “Black/Red/Camo” • Highsnobiety)

    this the most beautifullest thing ever.

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seismic.
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seismic.
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    seismic.

  8. bunnyfood:

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  9. bestmadeco:

Best Made Man: Togo
Pictured above: Perhaps the most famous lead dog of them all, Togo (with his musher Leonard Seppala) who lead the team that ran the longest distance in the relay of diphtheria antitoxin from Anchorage to Nome in 1925. This run is commemorated annually by the Iditarod race (which coincidentally ended this week).  
“The position of lead dog is not for the fainthearted. A dog may have all the qualities generally associated with leadership—speed, intelligence, and dependability—but be unable to handle the pressure. A dog who doesn’t want the position will let his feelings be known…It takes a large measure of courage, strong will, and an almost Zen-like quality of mind for a dog to make a good leader…They are also the ones who must make the decisions in an emergency and, maybe most important, know when to disobey a bad command, no matter how forceful a driver may be.” - from The Cruelest Miles by Gay and Laney Salisbury
bestmadeco:

Best Made Man: Togo
Pictured above: Perhaps the most famous lead dog of them all, Togo (with his musher Leonard Seppala) who lead the team that ran the longest distance in the relay of diphtheria antitoxin from Anchorage to Nome in 1925. This run is commemorated annually by the Iditarod race (which coincidentally ended this week).  
“The position of lead dog is not for the fainthearted. A dog may have all the qualities generally associated with leadership—speed, intelligence, and dependability—but be unable to handle the pressure. A dog who doesn’t want the position will let his feelings be known…It takes a large measure of courage, strong will, and an almost Zen-like quality of mind for a dog to make a good leader…They are also the ones who must make the decisions in an emergency and, maybe most important, know when to disobey a bad command, no matter how forceful a driver may be.” - from The Cruelest Miles by Gay and Laney Salisbury
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    Best Made Man: Togo

    Pictured above: Perhaps the most famous lead dog of them all, Togo (with his musher Leonard Seppala) who lead the team that ran the longest distance in the relay of diphtheria antitoxin from Anchorage to Nome in 1925. This run is commemorated annually by the Iditarod race (which coincidentally ended this week).  

    “The position of lead dog is not for the fainthearted. A dog may have all the qualities generally associated with leadership—speed, intelligence, and dependability—but be unable to handle the pressure. A dog who doesn’t want the position will let his feelings be known…It takes a large measure of courage, strong will, and an almost Zen-like quality of mind for a dog to make a good leader…They are also the ones who must make the decisions in an emergency and, maybe most important, know when to disobey a bad command, no matter how forceful a driver may be.” - from The Cruelest Miles by Gay and Laney Salisbury

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  11. Yayoi Kusama

    I’m here but nothing

    Yayoi Kusama began hallucinating spots atop the surfaces of her world at a young age. In these polka dots, at once simple and boundless, Kusama found a way to break from the self and look into infinity.

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  12. kogumarecord:

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  13. zenigata:

2chan.net [ExRare]

    zenigata:

    2chan.net [ExRare]

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  14. hellorejoice:

Welcome back!Welcome back!

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    Welcome back!Welcome back!

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