La asesinó y no dejó huellas: bastó con olvidarla.
— Cristina Rojas Rosas (via ideasviajando)
1.PLUG IN YOUR HEADPHONES
DO NOT LISTEN WITHOUT HEADPHONES!!!!
3.CLOSE YOUR EYES
ENJOY A VIRTUAL HAIRCUT.
DO IT NOW.
THIS IS LITERALLY LIFE CHANGING
Woah, I actually got chills when he whispered
OMG I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS FOR MONTHS. FINALLY REAPPEARD ON MY DASHHH
I thought this would be like “Oh cool yeah that sounded like a haircut”
NO NO NO NO NO NO
YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND
YOU DON’T EVEN UNDERSTAND
oh my GOD YIGFBIERDJGMOPES
oh my god who is in my room aaaaaahhh
Por favor…. jajajajajajajaja
Some say pets look like their owners, but one Canadian photographer has taken it to a new and creative extreme. In his series, #petheadz, Zachary Rose (@zachdriftwood) takes DSLR portraits of people’s pets and mashes them up with portraits of their owners by cleverly holding the camera in the foreground.
The series started as an exercise in creativity with his two roommates but quickly caught on. To date, Zach has taken 18 #petheadz portraits of people all over Toronto. (His mom even posed for a photo with her German shepherd.) The project is still on-going with a lengthy wait-list, and Zach is excited to continue meeting people—and pets—around the city as he keeps shooting.