how do u make money when you’re a uni student and your schedule/major does not allow you to have this Rare Thing called “free time”

flyartproductions:

3005 is the end of the world
The end of the world (1851-1853), John Martin / V. 3005, Childish Gambino

flyartproductions:

3005 is the end of the world

The end of the world (1851-1853), John Martin / V. 3005, Childish Gambino

i’m on kill bill vol 2 and my mum asks me why i like to watch such violent, bloody films and i just think “BECAUSE IT’S SO MUCH FUN, JAN”

100newfears:

earthdad:

Girls need to stop wearing crop tops or I might have to resort to action by tickling them and blowing on their tummies bc they’re so darn cute

i’m calling the cops

themjt:

From Director: Quentin Tarantino  

tamburina:

"The East Village …was just exploding. All kinds of new things were starting. In music, it was the punk and new wave scenes. There was a migration of artists from all over America to New York. It was completely wild. And we controlled it ourselves."
Keith Haring, Rolling Stone interview. 1989

tamburina:

"The East Village …was just exploding. All kinds of new things were starting. In music, it was the punk and new wave scenes. There was a migration of artists from all over America to New York. It was completely wild. And we controlled it ourselves."

Keith Haring, Rolling Stone interview. 1989


Madelaine Hair Up by Ed Hodgkinson

Madelaine Hair Up by Ed Hodgkinson

Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

dynamicafrica:

Map Ranks ‘Power’ of World Passports According to Visa-Free Travel Access.
Being in possession of an African passport and having neverending wanderlust is a tough battle between dreams and reality. But it’s not the high costs of air travel and hotel stays that get to me most, nor is finding an opportune time to leave your life and responsibilities behind for a few days the main challenge, it’s the fact that despite being in a so-called ‘globalized’ world that supposedly brings us all closer together, borders are firmer than ever and not all passports are created equal.
To illustrate this very real and disheartening process of traveling (applying for visas is not only expensive and time consuming, it can be very dehumanizing for many of us), this infographic map originally designed by Rosie Spinks for GOOD Magazine shows which countries have the most powerful passports according to the amount of visa-free access (or visa upon arrival) they have to the rest of the world. 
Who tops the list? The Western European nations of Finland and Sweden, along with the United Kingdom. Second place is tied between Luxembourg, Germany, Denmark and the United States.
As for African countries, Seychelles ranks the highest, followed by Mauritius, South Africa, Botswana, Gambia, Kenya, Lesotho, Namibia and Malawi. Somalia, Eritrea, Sudan, South Sudan and Congo* rank amongst the least in both Africa and the world.
*not sure which Congo this map is referring to.
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dynamicafrica:

Map Ranks ‘Power’ of World Passports According to Visa-Free Travel Access.

Being in possession of an African passport and having neverending wanderlust is a tough battle between dreams and reality. But it’s not the high costs of air travel and hotel stays that get to me most, nor is finding an opportune time to leave your life and responsibilities behind for a few days the main challenge, it’s the fact that despite being in a so-called ‘globalized’ world that supposedly brings us all closer together, borders are firmer than ever and not all passports are created equal.

To illustrate this very real and disheartening process of traveling (applying for visas is not only expensive and time consuming, it can be very dehumanizing for many of us), this infographic map originally designed by Rosie Spinks for GOOD Magazine shows which countries have the most powerful passports according to the amount of visa-free access (or visa upon arrival) they have to the rest of the world. 

Who tops the list? The Western European nations of Finland and Sweden, along with the United Kingdom. Second place is tied between Luxembourg, Germany, Denmark and the United States.

As for African countries, Seychelles ranks the highest, followed by Mauritius, South Africa, Botswana, Gambia, Kenya, Lesotho, Namibia and Malawi. Somalia, Eritrea, Sudan, South Sudan and Congo* rank amongst the least in both Africa and the world.

*not sure which Congo this map is referring to.

Larger image.