I like the beach but how do I get this stuff off my face. #adventureswithMeera #sandy #puppy #dogbeach

Hang time with grandpa, the youngest and oldest members of our #family #98andgoingstrong

"You ready?" "YAAA!" Brookie did a thing today. #hugheslove829 @brookesbrain (at Green Gables Wedding Estate)

Someone just sent me an inquiry about becoming an assistant for the gallery, complete with semi-nude photos… 


Birds Of A Feather | by Claire Rosen.

A brilliant live portrait series by Claire Rosen featuring vintage wallpaper backdrops to accentuate and highlight the colors of each bird, which range from the common Parakeet to the exotic Hyacinth Macaw.

As seen on: Honestly WTF.

(Source: clairerosenphoto.com, via johnnyvagabond)

Apologies for lack of posting/queue. Life is a bit nutty currently.

The Management


new friendz.


this is my new favorite thing. 

(via thegrassthathidestheviper)

Things I’ve learned today


Middle aged white ladies and 30 something white dudes LOVE Dave Matthews band.

Also how much I thanked the old gods and the new and rhollor and the others there wasn’t a 4th encore

Things I’ve learned today

Middle aged white ladies and 30 something white dudes LOVE Dave Matthews band.


Now his only friend is grief.  Series of embroideries in progress.

Paul Boettiger

string dipped in ink snapped on paper

These are stunning in person.  So simple, so gorgeous. 

(Source: paulboettiger.com)


Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & Mae

For more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.

Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”

On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.

(via lustik)

Like animal planet, but way better. #dudesontinder #youarenotcuteenoughtoswipeleftsomuch