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gnawruto:

foodtrucker:

I manage to turn everything into crap wow

yes that’s called digestion

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j1nzhu:

this verse alone shows how clever Blu is

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the-goddamazon:

invisiblelad:

Perpetual reblogging.

LOL so much was said with so few lines.

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truthed:

so many concerts, not enough money

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boyirl:

this is a great investment // if one person buys this for a shit load of money it will become a masterpiece

by the street artist “Mobstr

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fotocopi:

Exterior view of Reversible Destiny Office, Site of Reversible Destiny
Yoro, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, 1994-96

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Elliot Elisofon spent his life documenting various cultures worldwide, and doing so impeccably well. Most known for his vibrant documentary work he comprised a strong record of African life that resulted in 300,000 photographs. The first set of photo’s below are particularly good, a series that saw Elliot snap N’Goran Koffi & his elders In The Ivory Coast, you can’t fuck with that jewelery. (fucknfilthy)

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