buffmonster:

Ooooh Buff Monster Chuck Taylors by @converse . Design your own- change the color of the laces, eyelets, stitching, sidewall and more. Available now on converse.com #buffmonster #converse #hellyeah
buffmonster:

I made all sorts of new swirled and painted heads for the Toy Machine. Available at the @mocastores starting today. @mocalosangeles #moca #mikekelley #buffmonster
unicef:

From 1988 to 2014, watch the battle to eradicate polio unfold.
Red means the country still has cases of wild polio, yellow means the country is in a region that still has cases of wild polio, and white means that the disease has been eradicated. 
Thanks to CNN for this great GIF! Check out the whole story here: http://cnn.it/1h0Mu3K 
shihlun:

August Sander, Circus Artists, 1926–1932,
dogjournal:

SHELTER DOGS CAST IN SHAKESPEARE PLAYS TO PROMOTE ADOPTION - "Jazz is the first of a series of adoptable dogs and cats from the Baltimore Humane Society who will play a role in Baltimore Shakespeare Factory productions this year."
The Baltimore Humane Society and Baltimore Shakespeare Factory are teaming up to help promote the adoption of shelter dogs. A Pit Bull named Jazz and several shelter dogs will be cast in Baltimore Shakespeare Factory productions throughout the season. The theater playbill will provide information on the dogs in the play and adoption fees will be discounted if a patron decides to take home one of the dogs. Read more from the Baltimore Sun:

A cuddly pit bull terrier mix named Jazz will take the stage in Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s production of “Richard III” this week. 
One-and-a-half year-old Jazz will play the role of young Richard’s pet. 
Despite Jazz’s penchant for stealing the limelight and reputation as a “perfect gentleman,” the director did not feel he was ready for a speaking part.
Jazz is the first of a series of adoptable dogs and cats from the Baltimore Humane Society who will play a role in Baltimore Shakespeare Factory productions this year.
The theater’s playbill will feature a biography of each pet.  Shelter staff will provide information at each production. 
And adoption fees will be halved for theater patrons who choose to bring home a pet they have seen onstage — provided they mention the play at the shelter.

Good luck to Jazz and the other thespian dogs! Hopefully they will all end up being adopted. Click here for the full story, here to learn more about the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, and here for more about the Baltimore Humane Society (Photo from their Facebook page). 
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buffmonster:

Mani Monday: check out these sweet nails painted by @ciaomanhattan2012 . #nailsbymei #nailporn
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