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This should be called “foxy pieces of eyecandy in belted sweaters”. Good lord. Nothing is more amazing than a well-dressed man!
ratsteeth:

ianbrooks:

Alfred Hitchcock’s wife, Alma Reville, poses lovingly with a refrigerated prop head of her dear husband. Photo by by Philippe Halsman.
I’ll have the fruit salad and refrigerated head of Hitchcock, please.
(via: dangerousminds)

Best. wife. ever.

Best little old lady ever.
formconstant1:

Lego synthesizers
Everything about this photo delights me. Especially the mismatched shoelaces.
This lamp is incredible.
pretendparades:

hahahaha
scatterbrainedwriter:

So beautiful! They just hold so much mystery to them. I want to know where each one leads. Why aren’t keys made like this anymore?
I love how those children look so joyous and pumped to kill those flies.
nevver:

Death
life:

Photographing while driving… Reading while driving… Talk about multitasking!
Photographer Andrew Bush, an artist who describes his car as a “tripod  on wheels,” spoke exclusively with LIFE about “Vector Portraits,” a  series of photographs of L.A. drivers. The portraits convey a sense of  both racing motion and eerie immobility, while questioning the nature of  our private and public lives.
(see more — Andrew Bush: Life in the Fast Lane)