micsforsinging

Nov 27
this is so exciting! Cant wait for the next batch!

this is so exciting! Cant wait for the next batch!


Nov 26
Omg this 
is so awesome! Im excited for the next batch!

Omg this
is so awesome! Im excited for the next batch!


Apr 19
Look what I found.

Look what I found.


Apr 16
GOT DAMN!

GOT DAMN!


Apr 5
thedailywhat:

Marketing Campaign of the Day: This clever Hot Wheels billboard was recently erected on a bridge in Bogota, Colombia. Click through to see it being put in place.
Up Next: The real deal.
[notcot.]

Might be some of the best advertising I’ve ever seen.

thedailywhat:

Marketing Campaign of the Day: This clever Hot Wheels billboard was recently erected on a bridge in Bogota, Colombia. Click through to see it being put in place.

Up Next: The real deal.

[notcot.]

Might be some of the best advertising I’ve ever seen.

(via dorkvader)


Feb 22
hgrockednike:

saranicus:

oozyratinasanitaryzoo:

jessmae:








Stephen Wiltshire. This young artist is grabbing a lot of attention by the likes of CBS and other national news outlets. Stephen has been drawing cities since being diagnosed with autism at a young age, saying it’s his way to express himself. What’s unique about this artist though is that all he needs is a 20 minute helicopter ride above New York and after 7 days, 12 pens, and a lot of music on his ipod, he finishes the massive 18 ft accurate depiction of the city all from memory. He’s so accurate that when drawing Rome, he drew the exact number of columns in the Pantheon. His work is being shown at Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute along with his permanent gallery in the Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mal.

hgrockednike:

saranicus:

oozyratinasanitaryzoo:

jessmae:

Stephen Wiltshire. This young artist is grabbing a lot of attention by the likes of CBS and other national news outlets. Stephen has been drawing cities since being diagnosed with autism at a young age, saying it’s his way to express himself. What’s unique about this artist though is that all he needs is a 20 minute helicopter ride above New York and after 7 days, 12 pens, and a lot of music on his ipod, he finishes the massive 18 ft accurate depiction of the city all from memory. He’s so accurate that when drawing Rome, he drew the exact number of columns in the Pantheon. His work is being shown at Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute along with his permanent gallery in the Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mal.


most excellent day.

most excellent day.


Feb 10
My new run.

My new run.


Jan 27

crazy as a loon.


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