death by glitter

demonicmuffin:

The Americanization of Canada is so fucking ingrained that when people started saying that “outside of US” that sp*z/sp*zz is a slur, and that americans didn’t understand this, I got angry and defensive

Do you know how troublesome it is to be associated with another country for everything? This…

wantering-jewelry:

Danielle Earrings, Abalone
hilarioushumorfromouterspace:

Eastbound & Down

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

hellotailor:

Nicolas Jebran

GOOD GOD

I can’t decide what is more gorgeous, the dresses or the lady that they’re on at the moment <3

vintagesalt:

Dazed and Confused (1993) [behind the scenes]

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

People smiling &amp; waiting in line to see The Exorcist. Richmond, VA (1974)

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

People smiling & waiting in line to see The Exorcist. Richmond, VA (1974)

pixiewaffles:

Daniel Gray and Kathleen Starrie - An igloo constructed out of milk cartons filled with colored water and frozen 

Oh shit guys start saving your cartons let’s do this

bobbycaputo:

Michael Galinsky’s Retro Photos of 1980s Shopping Malls Are, Like, Totally Rad

In the winter of 1989, photographer Michael Galinsky drove across the country recording the seismic change in America’s malls: their transformation from the shiny retail palaces of the ’80s into something weirder. Then 20 years old, Galinsky began with the Smith Haven Mall in Long Island, and drove west: through Michigan, Illinois, South Dakota, Washington State. His photographs—collected in the book Malls Across America, published this month by Steidl—document a nation that had yet to turn against the mall, and saw its culture play out in the atriums of indoor retail palaces.

theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor wearing a dress by Edith Head in ‘Elephant Walk’, 1954.

theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor wearing a dress by Edith Head in ‘Elephant Walk’, 1954.