Yellow and orange are not my colors. However, this mustard hue that I’ve been spotting? That, I can get happy with . . .
A few snaps from a trip to the Philippines ( Coron, Puerto Princesa, and Boracay) and a playlist that let’s me pretend like I’m on the beach again. Enjoy!
750 steps of Mt. Tapyas. We did it for sunset and was tricked into doing sunrise. Mode of transport “FoodTrip” Coca-Cola butterfly Family outing @ Patrik and Tezz guest house Island hopping Sunscreen babe “it’s alive!!” Kayangan Lake: The cleanest lake in the Philippines Up-cycling Coconuts Self-explanatory. Our overnight trip to a private island, Pass Island. Swiss legends Not the best shot of Maya and I The view from our window in Boracay (@Spider House Resort) Reunited with my dear friend Arya from Jakarta. Sunset viewing from our window. ♥
two of my favorite days this summer. ↓↓↓
the neighborhood omatsuri (Japanese festival!)
day ↑ & night ↓
rando stussy couple
cute couple ♥
たかし & みりあ ♪
good bye summer, hello fall!
Found an old roll of film the other day and decided to develop it! Got to relive some of the memories when I went to Kyoto & Nara last fall.. ↓
Also, a cool track I found tonight to listen to along with it. Press play and enjoy!
If you’ve been out in Tokyo, you know exactly what this video is talking about. While Japan values hard work, people are also extremely willing to forgive drunken mishaps for this very reason.
Yet, the fact that one can lay asleep in the street and wake up with iPhones and credit cards still in possession certainly reenforces both Tokyo’s reputation as a paradise of public order and or consideration for other people no matter how intoxicated they may be.
Nevertheless, brilliant way to spread awareness of excess drinking.
Cheers to the weekend!:)
A must watch.
If you are looking for something completely out of the ordinary to listen to for the next four hours…
I present you the Flight Facilities boys carefully crafted ‘Decade’ mixes!!! 4 mixes, 4 decades of music, in the order in which it came out! Each set represents the music of 10 years and moves chronologically through time. Simply amazing work from these Ozzy lads and I tip my cap to them!
To get a better idea of how this incredible mix was put together read their blog article..or you can just check out DJ MAMA over here.
It became their routine. And so the evenings stretched out before him: still, gray, and gravel-strewn.
His sartorial attempt to blend in with the concrete did little to assuage the tension.
Everyone always leaves.
The things that once so defined him — shag carpeting, Room & Board sofas, monogamy — now suffocated him.
Even in your company, I feel so alone.
He is sad because his house looks like an elementary school. And all the children have died.
And, just a random duck face for your pleasure.
More Unhappy Hipsters founds here.
Have a nice week! xx
I see quite a bit of crazy fashion, living just ten minutes from the notorious Tokyo street-style mecca, Harajuku. Well, the “Harajuku gals” got nothing on these beautiful people of the Surma and Mursi tribes in the L’Omo Valley on the borders of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Sudan. What an incredible tribal fashion show! And so beautifully captured by photographer Hans Silvester.
Inspired by the wild trees, exotic flowers and lush vegetation of the area bordering Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan, these tribal people have created looks that put the most outlandish creations of Western catwalk couturiers to shame. (From Dailymail)
Here’s a classic King Tubby dub with it.
Toss the Vogue out the window and get one of these here.