engelen:

Rick and Morty AKIRA homage.
There’s some details missing on the ship, but I am fucking done with this. I wanted to have it finished since BEFORE SDCC, but I just didn’t have it in me.
I used kyletwebster's Ultimate Real Watercolors for this one. 

engelen:

Rick and Morty AKIRA homage.

There’s some details missing on the ship, but I am fucking done with this. I wanted to have it finished since BEFORE SDCC, but I just didn’t have it in me.

I used kyletwebster's Ultimate Real Watercolors for this one. 

bag-of-dirt:

A battered German officer sits on the pavement during the Prague Uprising. The uprising was an attempt by the Czech Resistance to liberate the city of Prague from German occupation. Events began on 5 May 1945 when armed Czech resistance fighters overwhelmed the Waffen-SS defending the radio buildings. The radio announcer then broadcast a call to the Czechs to rise up and asked the people in the streets of Prague to build begin building barricades and actively resisting. Elsewhere, Czech Resistance fighters occupied the Gestapo and Security Police (Sicherheitspolizei, or SiPo) Headquarters. The uprising continued until 8 May 1945, ending in a German victory and ceasefire. A day after the Germans quelled the uprising, they surrendered themselves when the Soviet Army arrived in the city on 9 May 1945. Prague, Czechoslovakia (now, Czech Republic). 5 May 1945. Image taken by Zdeněk Tmej.

bag-of-dirt:

A battered German officer sits on the pavement during the Prague Uprising. The uprising was an attempt by the Czech Resistance to liberate the city of Prague from German occupation. Events began on 5 May 1945 when armed Czech resistance fighters overwhelmed the Waffen-SS defending the radio buildings. The radio announcer then broadcast a call to the Czechs to rise up and asked the people in the streets of Prague to build begin building barricades and actively resisting. Elsewhere, Czech Resistance fighters occupied the Gestapo and Security Police (Sicherheitspolizei, or SiPo) Headquarters. The uprising continued until 8 May 1945, ending in a German victory and ceasefire. A day after the Germans quelled the uprising, they surrendered themselves when the Soviet Army arrived in the city on 9 May 1945. Prague, Czechoslovakia (now, Czech Republic). 5 May 1945. Image taken by Zdeněk Tmej.

. Skaters are becoming very popular in cultural advertising. So the kids are already having an image of themselves when they start and think I‘m gonna be this cool, I’m gonna wear those clothes, these shoes, the girls are gonna look at me. I’m going to parties. Even in high school it’s different. Everybody always talks about that, but it’s true. There was a time when you got beat up, because you were a skateboarder, but now you beat kids up, because they’re not skateboarders. It’s like we’re becoming bullies. It’s not cool. We look at people and say, they’re not dressed right, fuck them. This guy’s lame, fuck him. We ride past each other and don’t even say “Hi”. Skateboarding is less a community and we’re becomming a community of judgemental, materialistic bullies. I lost my friends because of that. That’s what hurts me the most. I looked up to skaters and slowly started to see some of them as bullies.

(Source: thisistheend-us)

(Source: withoutgagarin)

We wore black, they wore colours. We wore boots, they went barefoot. They believed in free love, we believed in S&M, no love at all, zero sex. We believed in mind-fucking, not community-fucking. They took acid. We only took amphetamines. They didn’t read. We were all pretty literate. They were love and peace. And we were, fuck you.

John Cale on the New York underground scene in the 70s

Uncut Magazine

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It’s kind of shameful, but that’s part of life. You change, you loose your passion one day and the next day you hate it. I don’t know why.