For the sapiosexual

A classic with a trippy twist.

redhousecanada:

foma-b-gomery:
British SAS. Note the grill, partially removed to reduce weight and increase range, in addition to the jury-rigged gas can in front of the starboard headlight. Even the backs of their ‘seats’ are petrol cans.
Another interesting feature here is the use of the dual Lewis guns, which had all but gone out of use (for regular infantry) in the European Theater of British operations, after having been replaced by the Bren gun. The SAS favored the Lewis for its tolerance for extreme dust and heat conditions. 

redhousecanada:

foma-b-gomery:

British SAS. Note the grill, partially removed to reduce weight and increase range, in addition to the jury-rigged gas can in front of the starboard headlight. Even the backs of their ‘seats’ are petrol cans.

Another interesting feature here is the use of the dual Lewis guns, which had all but gone out of use (for regular infantry) in the European Theater of British operations, after having been replaced by the Bren gun. The SAS favored the Lewis for its tolerance for extreme dust and heat conditions. 

artnet:

Steve McCurry’s iconic image, made famous as the cover of National Geographic’s June 1985 issue, captures a young Afghan refugee living in Peshawar, Pakistan during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Known simply as Afghan Girl until she was identified by name in 2002, Sharbat Gula was 12 years old when McCurry photographed her in the refugee camp. Gula’s piercing green eyes and arresting stare have made this one of the most recognizable and beloved images in the history of photojournalism. 

artnet:

Steve McCurry’s iconic image, made famous as the cover of National Geographic’s June 1985 issue, captures a young Afghan refugee living in Peshawar, Pakistan during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Known simply as Afghan Girl until she was identified by name in 2002, Sharbat Gula was 12 years old when McCurry photographed her in the refugee camp. Gula’s piercing green eyes and arresting stare have made this one of the most recognizable and beloved images in the history of photojournalism. 

blackval0r:

tigercatt:

Nobody on the road will see them but they sure are cute.

Unnecessary, but i like it.

blackval0r:

tigercatt:

Nobody on the road will see them but they sure are cute.

Unnecessary, but i like it.

dynamicafrica:

"The Untold Renaissance": Ikire Jones Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook.

It’s all dapper hommes, suave strides and bold prints and patterns in Nigerian designer Wale Oyejide’s Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook for his brand Ikire Jones.

“This collection pays homage to 18th century textiles and tapestries while exploring the absence of persons of color in Medieval and Renaissance-era European art.  Borrowing from the sampling method employed in hip hop culture, each reinvented piece tells an original narrative from the perspective of Africans who have been placed in an alien context.  Through this reverse lens to the past, the present circumstances of individuals who feel displaced and alienated may also be considered.”

karlnova:

This pic was originally taken in black and white in New York, 1963 but was colourised using digital technology

Legendary heavyweights

karlnova:

This pic was originally taken in black and white in New York, 1963 but was colourised using digital technology

Legendary heavyweights