No name

hi tumblr.




(via br00000k3)



Jack Dawson… Penniless artist who wins a ticket onto Titanic in 1912, attends a first class dinner, develops a taste for the finer things in life, pockets the Heart of the Ocean, survives the sinking, pawns the diamond, spends the following ten years building his wealth and in 1922 moves to West Egg as Jay Gatsby… Millionaire with a shady past and fear of swimming pools.


(via carfolite)


The Hypocrite Diaries



Nine Photographs That Left A Scar

There’s an image we have in our minds of what the ideal experience should be growing up in America.  It’s filled with the freedom of exploring, road trips, friends, the outdoors, and a ton of good stories.  This is precisely the type of photographs Jeff captures, pure imagery of youth dead in the middle of what appear to be the most nostalgic moments of their lives.  It’s no surprise brands like Levi’s and Urban Outfitters have sought out Jeff to shoot their campaigns.  

After hanging with Jeff and chatting a bit about what he might share, he decided on curating a collection of photographs that have impacted him as a photographer the most overtime.  Here’s what he said: 

“When I was trying to edit down a selection of my “favorite” photographs, I found the process to be far more daunting than I originally anticipated.  After all, there are hundreds of photographs I would consider “favorites”, photos I love, that are amazing, beautiful, inspiring…  But these are nine photos that for some reason or another have lingered in my mind long after I originally saw them, photographs I find myself thinking about often, sometimes randomly…  French philosopher Roland Barthes once wrote that great photographs possess a “punctum”, an innate quality of the image that pierces or wounds the viewer.  And maybe that is exactly what it is about these photos, these are the ones that left a scar.”

This is a pretty amazing collection of photographs, and below are links to find out more about the photographers behind them.  And finally, if you haven’t already, then be sure to take a look through Jeff’s own photography on his site:


1. Ed Van Der Elsken,  2. Robert Frank,  3. Dennis Stock,  5. Paul Fusco,  4. Nan Goldin,  6. Bruce Davidson,  7. William Eggleston,  8. Joseph Szabo,  9. William Gedney


Portrait shot with
Film: PX 680 Color Protection  ||  Camera: SLR 680Relic & Impossible

(via relicnyc)

(via carfolite)

Diesel Spring/Summer 2012 Campaign


Quit Slackin’ by Keano Ross

(via bitchville)


Life is Beautiful

by Farhad Moshiri

(via untitled-mag)


London, 1940s, in hi-res color. These photographs were taken using Kodachrome film by the improbably and wonderfully named Chalmers Butterfield, probably in 1949. Via How To Be a Retronaut.

This is amazing!

(via untitled-mag)


Quick pic first.

fried cheese and bacon tacos

Happy New Year! I’m currently in low carb mode, and my super cool photographer friend Lindsey sends me this link to a gal making taco shells out of cheese slices from the deli.

I was too lazy to leave the house today, so I tried with shredded cheese, and it worked.