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Jan 08
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Zambia on Flickr.
I can’t believe that this was 9 years ago.

Zambia on Flickr.

I can’t believe that this was 9 years ago.

Dec 12
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This is a terrible trailer I made for a film that doesn’t exist. 

Sep 24
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Ray Charles. Forever.

Ray Charles. Forever.

Aug 21
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Aug 13
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instagram:

Getting the Perfect “Couple Photo” (Even When You’re Single)

Japanese Instagrammer Keisuke Jinushi (@jinushikeisuke) shares photos on his Instagram account of life with his mysterious girlfriend as she feeds him pastries or squeezes his face affectionately. There’s only one issue: there is no girlfriend.

As Jinushi revealed on his blog early this month, his “couple photos” are actually elaborate selfies. Inspired by popular photos of couples in Japan and his own bachelorhood, Jinushi decided to take matters into his own hands—literally. He applied heavy makeup foundation and bright nail polish to one hand to make it seem more feminine, grabbed his smartphone and started snapping.

To see the magic behind the scenes, check out these photos from his blog.

Aug 06
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Aug 01
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The internet knows exactly what I love.

The internet knows exactly what I love.

Jul 21
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La Jolla.

La Jolla.

Jul 06
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The French. (at The Den of Hollywood)

The French. (at The Den of Hollywood)

Jun 17
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Everyday our culture performs the massive and silent magical trick of making ideas and people, light bulbs and stories, clothes, presidents, city names, buildings, food, poems, cars, political parties, sexual orientations, birthdays, teddy bears and, yes, even posters feel more natural than man-made. These objects and ideas become essential and a matter of fact, rather than the product of a particular historical moment reflecting the dreams and fears and justifications of the particular group of people in power. Forgetting is what they want, remembering is the beginning.
— Mike Mills
May 14
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Nike - Give Me The Ball.

Apr 25
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MOOD INDIGO (L’Ecume des Jours) - Trailer