Architect Kisho Kurokawa was very innovative in his creation of the Nakagin Capsule Tower in 1972, which was the first capsule architecture design. The 140 capsule module was created with the intention of housing traveling businessmen that worked in central Tokyo (Ginza area) during the week. It is a prototype for architecture of sustainability and recycleability, as each module can be plugged in to the central core and replaced or exchanged when necessary.
“i follow back”
i want to greet you all with a fucking baseball bat covered in nails wrapped in barbed wire to your goddamn faces.
We ran out of plates.
This is possibly the greatest photo on Tumblr.
This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I am not saying that you have to agree with what the bible says, but to utilize that book ‘as a plate’ knowing what it means to people, is just plain disrespectful to religion.
This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I am not saying that you have to agree with the fact that pizza is the most delicious thing ever, but to let it touch that book, knowing how people misinterpret it as a reason to hate gays, is just plain disrespectful to pizza.
This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr.
My uncle got killed by a falling microwave.
easily the best post on Tumblr.
satan’s proudest moment in all of human history is when tumblr first went online.
OMFG FUCK SPRAWLS THEY’RE LIKE BURPEES ON CRACK
DAYTONA BEACH, 1999
In 1999, award-winning Magnum photographer Eli Reed set off to document spring break in Daytona Beach, Florida. Having watched the white kids getting hysterically drunk and “trying to crawl up inside the backside of uncaring contestants” in wet t-shirt competitions, he moved on to the black spring breakers who were doing much better things, like driving around with albino pythons and stuff.
Can’t sleep, 15 hour shift tomoroow…you know what this mean? Gonna get me some apples and spread some peanut butter on it whilst sipping cocoa.