Madame Meduse


shadowonyx:

3 of 12: “frustration”

shadowonyx:

3 of 12: “frustration”

(via satsashia)


(Source: iraffiruse, via nohaytitulodisponible)


exam:

"Palmed Beetle No. 1" x "Bug Biter No. 1" by Edie Nadelhaft

(via singamia)


(Source: skinoftheirlight, via satsashia)


(Source: facebook.com, via lovely-hardride)


untrustyou:

Beth Hoeckel

untrustyou:

Beth Hoeckel

(via lapinchecanela)


killathegawd:

silentnefertiti:

My architecture professor did this and I almost walked the fuck out.

Nigga just drew a portal to chalk zone fam.

killathegawd:

silentnefertiti:

My architecture professor did this and I almost walked the fuck out.

Nigga just drew a portal to chalk zone fam.

(Source: jeffrey-lebowski, via ruinedchildhood)


jimmypagedoingthings:

Jimmy Page is actually a magical creature.

jimmypagedoingthings:

Jimmy Page is actually a magical creature.


(Source: jimmypagedoingthings)


(Source: jimmypagedoingthings)


jimmypagedoingthings:

"DON’T TOUCH MY DRINK JONESY"

jimmypagedoingthings:

"DON’T TOUCH MY DRINK JONESY"


(Source: jimmypagedoingthings)


jimmypagedoingthings:

Zeppelin lives
Today, the Viking appetite that once bound Led Zeppelin together keeps them apart, chasing different sounds down different paths.
Page is tweaking material for a new band he hopes to assemble next summer. Jones is chipping away at an opera he plans to premiere in 2014. And Plant’s Band of Joy — a new group that recycles the name of one of his pre-Zep groups — has just recorded a dozen new songs that the singer says “are so powerful and heavy that I’m frightened of them.”
So why’s everyone so afraid of a world with no more Led Zeppelin? Nobody’s taking the music away. It’s physically etched into our vinyl platters, proudly cemented in our digital playlists, forever wrinkled into our collective brain tissue. And it still sounds so unapologetically alive.
Maybe that’s why Page talks about Led Zeppelin in the past tense, but about the music in the present.
“Wonderful stuff, isn’t it?”
Yes.
(The Washington Post)

jimmypagedoingthings:

Zeppelin lives

Today, the Viking appetite that once bound Led Zeppelin together keeps them apart, chasing different sounds down different paths.

Page is tweaking material for a new band he hopes to assemble next summer. Jones is chipping away at an opera he plans to premiere in 2014. And Plant’s Band of Joy — a new group that recycles the name of one of his pre-Zep groups — has just recorded a dozen new songs that the singer says “are so powerful and heavy that I’m frightened of them.”

So why’s everyone so afraid of a world with no more Led Zeppelin? Nobody’s taking the music away. It’s physically etched into our vinyl platters, proudly cemented in our digital playlists, forever wrinkled into our collective brain tissue. And it still sounds so unapologetically alive.

Maybe that’s why Page talks about Led Zeppelin in the past tense, but about the music in the present.

“Wonderful stuff, isn’t it?”

Yes.

(The Washington Post)

(via robertplantdoingthings)


(via singamia)


(Source: ambermozo, via satsashia)


Jennita de amor

Following:



Likes:

See more stuff I like
next »