thebandhaim:

“I grew up looking after my sisters. I always felt like the Mama Bear around them and their friends; It’s kind of how I’m built. I think our roles haven’t really changed. I’m still as maternal as ever, I’m still really protective, but it’s been amazing. I have two build-in best friends. We feel like explorers … We’re really taking advantage of the fact that we get to travel the world together.” - Este Haim
Photo by Michael Ray
thebandhaim:

“I grew up looking after my sisters. I always felt like the Mama Bear around them and their friends; It’s kind of how I’m built. I think our roles haven’t really changed. I’m still as maternal as ever, I’m still really protective, but it’s been amazing. I have two build-in best friends. We feel like explorers … We’re really taking advantage of the fact that we get to travel the world together.” - Este Haim
Photo by Michael Ray
thebandhaim:

“I grew up looking after my sisters. I always felt like the Mama Bear around them and their friends; It’s kind of how I’m built. I think our roles haven’t really changed. I’m still as maternal as ever, I’m still really protective, but it’s been amazing. I have two build-in best friends. We feel like explorers … We’re really taking advantage of the fact that we get to travel the world together.” - Este Haim
Photo by Michael Ray
funny-pictures-uk:

Lick..lick…lick…chomp.
gollums-new-best-friend:

chileanboyvstheworld:

this guy is a guardian of the galaxy 

I feel safer already
gollums-new-best-friend:

chileanboyvstheworld:

this guy is a guardian of the galaxy 

I feel safer already
gollums-new-best-friend:

chileanboyvstheworld:

this guy is a guardian of the galaxy 

I feel safer already
coffee-and-arcticmonkeys:

N.1 Reason why I love Matt Helders
coffee-and-arcticmonkeys:

N.1 Reason why I love Matt Helders
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers
Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 
via Muddy colours
Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew
prime-haim:

cause of death: alana haim
prime-haim:

cause of death: alana haim
prime-haim:

cause of death: alana haim
prime-haim:

cause of death: alana haim
prime-haim:

cause of death: alana haim
prime-haim:

cause of death: alana haim
aestheticgoddess:

KwangHo Shin, charcoal and paint
aestheticgoddess:

KwangHo Shin, charcoal and paint
aestheticgoddess:

KwangHo Shin, charcoal and paint