magnolius:

Confidence by Peeta EAD RWK , a super talented graffiti artist from Italy. He started on canvas and eventually began creating 3D sculpture versions of his graffiti art. 

(via lustforvice)

lustforvice:

They should remake this or have a sequel cause this shit was dope

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Shadow of the Colossus // by fellcoda.

la23b:

to walk with a dragging sensation 7/12

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jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)
For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.
jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)
For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.
jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)
For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.
jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)
For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.
jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)
For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.
jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)
For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.
jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)
For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.

jasonfnsaint:

Photos from the set of The Crow (1994)

For those who didn’t realize Tony Todd was in the film, he was the guy who told Top Dollar that Eric “winked at [him] before he jumped out a fourth floor window”. Michael Berryman’s part was cut out of the film, but he played the “Skull Cowboy”, which was a character to help ‘guide’ Draven. Since the director realized that Draven already had the crow to guide him, he felt like the Skull Cowboy was redundant and unneeded, despite the character being in the original graphic novel. Clips of the Skull Cowboy can be found on YouTube, and pictures of him are all over Google.

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