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"I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best."
By— Marilyn Monroe
‎"The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work."
- Emile Zola (1840-1902)

(Source: garm0nbozia, via nostalgic-60s)

punkyears:

Okay I got paid and you guys wanted a ~ Non band giveaway ~ so here you go

Rules

MUST BE FOLLOWING ME (punkyears)

Reblogs only (you may like if you also reblog k)

Shipping is worldwide

winner will get everything pictured

* if you would like an extra entry submit me a fansign *

IF YOU WOULD LIKE 2 EXTRA ENTRIES FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @ empunkyears

Ends august 20th 

Stuff pictured

Fujifilm insta mini 8  instant camera

Globe graphic bantam skateboard

hair chalk

Impossible polaroid one-step close-up camera

Crosley revolution portable usb turntable

Macbook air

♡ Happy reblogging  

(via caitlyn-z)

beautifultype:

Ink & Paper, an amazing short film from Ben Proudfoot. Please support your artisans !

beautifultype:

"Mercer Men" : lettering handcrafted by Simon Walker for a barber shop logo somewhere in Canada. Don’t forget to check Simon’s portfolio cause it’s hot. Pssst ! He’s also on Dribbble.

beautifultype:

"Mercer Men" : lettering handcrafted by Simon Walker for a barber shop logo somewhere in Canada. Don’t forget to check Simon’s portfolio cause it’s hot. Pssst ! He’s also on Dribbble.

beautifultype:

Beautiful new work from Joel Felix. He was commissioned to create several cover for the new rebranded Drink Me magazine.

beautifultype:

Bookjigs New Product Line - Chalk Series, from Franklin Mill

beautifultype:

Fantastic and unique lettering work from Maksim Lopez

beautifultype:

Fantastic and unique lettering work from Maksim Lopez

meshboats:

An amazingly concise video, depicting just what it can be like to have sensory overload. To get an even better sense of what it’s like, put on headphones and TURN UP THE VOLUME.

"For some people with autism, processing intense, multiple-sensory experiences can be very challenging. This two-minute video provides a glimpse into what that kind of sensory overload can feel like. The difference between watching this and what it can be like living with autism? You can turn this video off."