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"Imagining the future is a kind of nostalgia. (…) You spend your whole life stuck in the labyrinth, thinking about how you’ll escape it one day, and how awesome it will be, and imagining that future keeps you going, but you never do it. You just use the future to escape the present."
John Green (via kushandwizdom)
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Neuschwanstein Castle Schwangau, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle Schwangau, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle Schwangau, Germany
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asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
asylum-art:

Street art by Paulo Arraiano
Portugal based artist, Paulo Arraiano, just completed this enormous 4-story painting on the exterior of an old building in Lisbon.  His dreary dark faces could easily haunt the dreams of a random passerby.  Paulo’s work has been re-produced in a variety of mediums including t-shirt designs, vinyl toys, cd packaging, and iPhone cases.
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J DILLA’S EQUIPMENT IS HEADING TO THE SMITHSONIAN
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artrosity:

Eduard Moldoveanu Photography