MEBONI
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realbronxbetty:

streetpreacher:

tom hardy and a dog…
can’t get any better ;)

No…Awww…
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stormtrooperfashion:

Maud Welzen in “Camel” by Pasquale Abbattista for ELLE Germany, September 2014
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brothasoul:

what the fuck ash
brothasoul:

what the fuck ash
brothasoul:

what the fuck ash
brothasoul:

what the fuck ash
brothasoul:

what the fuck ash
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Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
all-thats-interesting:

Dizzy, Surreal, And Amazing Oil Paintings by Charles Wish
Looking rather like a modern interpretation of a Lewis Carroll story, Charles Wish paints these incredibly detailed, dizzy, wonderful landscapes populated with bizarre creatures and exaggerated features.Source: Charles Wish
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The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
all-thats-interesting:

The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated
This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful. Source: Arthur Tress
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