samsteves:

ok but: sam wilson morning person extraordinaire and steve “i woke up at 5 fucking am like 16 times just so i could bump into you, sam. fuck you for waking up so early to go on your stupid runs. I DON’T EVEN NEED TO RUN i just wanted to see your stupid face” rogers

artoftrungles:

I did a really quick BW composition test, but I like it like this. 

artoftrungles:

I did a really quick BW composition test, but I like it like this. 

mymodernmet:

Photographer Martin Klimas captured the exact moment of these kung-fu porcelain figurines shattering on the ground, resulting in chaotically beautiful images.

kelasparmak:

welcome home - a mix for garak in post-canon cardassia
track listing: iron - woodkid; deadman’s gun - ashtar command; radioactive - ortopilot (cover); the other side - woodkid; glory and gore - lorde; the sound of silence - simon & garfunkel; this night - black lab; upward over the mountain - iron & wine; god & satan - biffy clyro; home again - michael kiwanuka; welcome home, son - radical face

kelasparmak:

welcome home - a mix for garak in post-canon cardassia

track listing: iron - woodkid; deadman’s gun - ashtar command; radioactive - ortopilot (cover); the other side - woodkid; glory and gore - lorde; the sound of silence - simon & garfunkel; this night - black lab; upward over the mountain - iron & wine; god & satan - biffy clyro; home again - michael kiwanuka; welcome home, son - radical face

minimoonstar:

comradeocean:

grumpysalmon:

fucking tedious 

“Amy Gesenhues: How do you explain your success on Denny’s social channels?
Kevin Purcer: Our success with Denny’s on social media is based on two things – a great brand lighthouse as America’s Diner, and trust.
The entire Denny’s team, both client and agency side, has a tremendous understanding and love for the brand. It is a shared vision that everyone buys into, and perhaps, the single most crucial element in any great brand work.
The way we work on social is there is an agreed upon approach among the agency and client teams. We have guidelines that clearly define the rules of engagement, and we meet regularly to discuss upcoming content as well as performance of the recently created work.
Erwin Penland may define the topic areas for the upcoming months and weeks, but when it comes to the final creative – most of it is not pre-planned. We tend to mimic the conversations that would happen in one of Denny’s diners, so a ton of it is topical, pop culture sort of stuff.
For larger campaigns and initiatives we create a lot of the work upfront and if there is anything we may need to get Denny’s eyes on before posting, they are always available and quick to respond.
Trust is key in this arrangement, but with a strong brand vision, some clearly defined rules of engagement and a great working relationship it makes it much easier to develop that trust. Our clients deserve a lot of credit for having a commitment to the brand vision, and trust that we will stay true to it.
Amy Gesenhues: What is your advice for brands when it comes to managing their social media channels?
Kevin Purcer: Brands should do what works for them. Every category, and every brand, has a different set of challenges so there is no “one size fits all.”
Making sure you have the basics covered – like a clear purpose and way to measure results – are the obvious must-haves. You have to find your voice as a brand; just because you did a survey that said 90 percent of your social audience wants coupons, doesn’t mean your Twitter and Facebook channels should be deal centric.
Ask yourself how can social and content help create a healthier brand.
One brand that I personally love to follow is TSA. They have one of the most interesting Instagram accounts about stuff they confiscate from travelers. It is the last brand you would think could have a cool social presence.
As a consumer, TSA’s Instagram account reminds me that despite my aggravation with them at times, they have a purpose and are helping make traveling safer.” (x)

How the sausage is made.

minimoonstar:

comradeocean:

grumpysalmon:

fucking tedious 

Amy Gesenhues: How do you explain your success on Denny’s social channels?

Kevin Purcer: Our success with Denny’s on social media is based on two things – a great brand lighthouse as America’s Diner, and trust.

The entire Denny’s team, both client and agency side, has a tremendous understanding and love for the brand. It is a shared vision that everyone buys into, and perhaps, the single most crucial element in any great brand work.

The way we work on social is there is an agreed upon approach among the agency and client teams. We have guidelines that clearly define the rules of engagement, and we meet regularly to discuss upcoming content as well as performance of the recently created work.

Erwin Penland may define the topic areas for the upcoming months and weeks, but when it comes to the final creative – most of it is not pre-planned. We tend to mimic the conversations that would happen in one of Denny’s diners, so a ton of it is topical, pop culture sort of stuff.

For larger campaigns and initiatives we create a lot of the work upfront and if there is anything we may need to get Denny’s eyes on before posting, they are always available and quick to respond.

Trust is key in this arrangement, but with a strong brand vision, some clearly defined rules of engagement and a great working relationship it makes it much easier to develop that trust. Our clients deserve a lot of credit for having a commitment to the brand vision, and trust that we will stay true to it.

Amy Gesenhues: What is your advice for brands when it comes to managing their social media channels?

Kevin Purcer: Brands should do what works for them. Every category, and every brand, has a different set of challenges so there is no “one size fits all.”

Making sure you have the basics covered – like a clear purpose and way to measure results – are the obvious must-haves. You have to find your voice as a brand; just because you did a survey that said 90 percent of your social audience wants coupons, doesn’t mean your Twitter and Facebook channels should be deal centric.

Ask yourself how can social and content help create a healthier brand.

One brand that I personally love to follow is TSA. They have one of the most interesting Instagram accounts about stuff they confiscate from travelers. It is the last brand you would think could have a cool social presence.

As a consumer, TSA’s Instagram account reminds me that despite my aggravation with them at times, they have a purpose and are helping make traveling safer.” (x)

How the sausage is made.

lostthehat:

lecinematheque:

Pumzi - dir. Wanuri Kahiu // Kenya

In a dystopian future 35 years after an ecological WWIII  has torn the world apart, East African survivors of the devastation remain locked away in contained communities, but a young woman in possession of a germinating seed struggles against the governing council to bring the plant to Earth’s ruined surface.

The complete short film is on youtube and it’s really good and the end kind of took my breath away. 

drawingllamas:

if you think she can’t beat the shit out of you you’re 100% wrong

drawingllamas:

if you think she can’t beat the shit out of you you’re 100% wrong

skeletonlordsarah:

My friend sent me this. I don’t have the source, but it is beautiful.


MYTHS: GHOSTS

MYTHS: GHOSTS

greyjoysdonotsow:

All right now, for all you boppers out there in the big city, all you street people with an ear for the action, I’ve been asked to relay a request from the Grammercy Riffs. It’s a special for the Warriors, that real live bunch from Coney, and I do mean the Warriors. Here’s a hit with them in mind.

The Warriors, 1979

brothertedd:

The Warriors (1979)