Dominic Lindsay, LA
Samuel Leroy Jackson
December 21, 1948 (65 years strong)
hardest workin man in hollywood
fun fact: sam been in over 1600 movies
I got scared for a second and thought this was bout to say he died.
Omgg me too!
The Eye, 1945
(via pocacuntas)SALVADOR DALI
Oppression of punks in Indonesia.
“We’re not torturing anyone,” [Indonesian police chief Hasan] said. “We’re not violating human rights. We’re just trying to put them back on the right moral path.”
I have no words for this. ugh
Hang in there guys!
Wha…this is just wrong.
Dale a Internet una Imagen
y ellos harán lo peor….
Veo y subo a
tengo una mente muy enferma
yooooo spanish tumblr turns the fuck UP
(via machinehawk)El Tumblr de Vejiga
Miss Movin On
If you don’t want this beautiful picture of Steve Irwin holding a baby platypus on your blog then I’m sorry but I don’t know what you’re doing with your life.
My heart cries.
(via psvalsays)My Modern Metropolis
Bringing Stringed Instruments to Life with @jacobvdlippe
For more moments from Jacob’s workshop, follow @jacobvdlippe on Instagram.
“With a new instrument, the musician can actually shape the sound in the first years, making it an integral part in their way of communicating music,” explains Norwegian violin and cello maker Jacob von der Lippe (@jacobvdlippe). “Instead of doing repairs, I focused on making new right from the start.”
For Jacob, who took up cello at age eight, music has been a lifelong pursuit. “My parents were passionate about music, and encouraged my playing,” he says. At 17, he built his first cello as a school project. “From then on, I was hooked.”
“Being able to work with a craft merged with music was something that really appealed to me,” explains Jacob, who spent five years in Cremona, Italy—the violin’s birthplace—studying the trade. Fourteen years and nearly sixty violins later, Jacob’s creations have found their way into the hands of musicians around the globe.
Tattoo done by Xam TheSpaniard.