Pure genious!
I’m intoxicating myself one shot at a time, I’m loosing my sanity one dream at the time, and I’m killing myself one cigarette at the time.

-Me

midnight-charm:

"Giochi Di Luce" photographed by Christian Moser for Marie Claire Italia October 1991

midnight-charm:

"Giochi Di Luce" photographed by Christian Moser for Marie Claire Italia October 1991

This trains don’t know how to act, seriously I’m trying to get home. Today.

boys-and-suicide:

Life in a photoset

Life as we know it.

New diet: coffee, cigs, and alcohol.
Yas!!! Yas!!! Yas!!! #imdone#ahs:freakshow#wirsind allefreaks#weareallfreak

Yas!!! Yas!!! Yas!!! #imdone#ahs:freakshow#wirsind allefreaks#weareallfreak

caseybruce:

An 11-year-old enduring racism….

This adorable kid, nicknamed  ”The Golden Mariachi” was the topic of racist Tweets when he sang the National Anthem at Game 3 of the NBA finals in San Antonio. 

11-year-old Sebastien De La Cruz was asked to sing when the scheduled performer, Darius Rucker, failed to show up. Sebastian became a local celebrity after he made it to the semifinals of America’s Got Talent. And this kid has chops, completely nailing the National Anthem. 

Then the racist Tweets started flooding in. Here’s an example of a few of those Tweets. 

Despicable right? Here’s what Sebastian has to say about his “haters:”

"I knew that one day when I sing that people were going to judge me," he told Fox San Antonio. “That’s why over the time I’ve grown, I’ve learned that you don’t really care what people say about you, it’s what you think about yourself.”

Hell yeah Sebastian! I fully support you! And for those racist idiots, take a hike. 

caseybruce:

An 11-year-old enduring racism….

This adorable kid, nicknamed  ”The Golden Mariachi” was the topic of racist Tweets when he sang the National Anthem at Game 3 of the NBA finals in San Antonio. 

11-year-old Sebastien De La Cruz was asked to sing when the scheduled performer, Darius Rucker, failed to show up. Sebastian became a local celebrity after he made it to the semifinals of America’s Got Talent. And this kid has chops, completely nailing the National Anthem. 

Then the racist Tweets started flooding in. Here’s an example of a few of those Tweets. 

Despicable right? Here’s what Sebastian has to say about his “haters:”

"I knew that one day when I sing that people were going to judge me," he told Fox San Antonio. “That’s why over the time I’ve grown, I’ve learned that you don’t really care what people say about you, it’s what you think about yourself.”

Hell yeah Sebastian! I fully support you! And for those racist idiots, take a hike. 

vansgirls:

Possibly one of the coolest Vault collabs we’ve ever done: the Vans x Huichol Capsule. The Huichol tribe lives primarily in the mountainous Jalisco and Nayarit regions of Mexico, and are known for their immediately identifiable art, which blends yarnwork and intricately beaded objects. Vans partnered with Huichol artists to create a limited capsule of hand-beaded and embroidered Classic Slip-On LX and Sk8-Hi LX. Only 360 pairs were made, and they drop on September 20 at select boutique locations. Wear ‘em or hang ‘em on your wall—totally up to you.

passemagazine:

Morgan O’Donovan - Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2012

passemagazine:

Morgan O’Donovan - Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2012