Yousef Tuqan Tuqan

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My journal of things that I find interesting, or ridiculous, in my life.

twitter.com/youseftuqan:


    I just bought a pair of these. You can buy them here for $30USD

    (via really-shit)

    — 5 days ago with 506 notes
    We’ve been in Amman an hour, and Meredith has already managed to ferret out the mansaf! (at مطعم عالية المركزي - Alia Restaurant)

    We’ve been in Amman an hour, and Meredith has already managed to ferret out the mansaf! (at مطعم عالية المركزي - Alia Restaurant)

    — 1 week ago

    I took a great selfie with my brother-in-law Nigel and his wife Renee at their wedding in Syndey in January. Today, I discovered a lovely picture that the wedding photographer took of us.

    — 2 weeks ago with 3 notes

    Marco Lemke envisions Nike Sneakers as a part of airline flight uniforms..

    — 2 weeks ago with 1 note
    Haircut time.. (at The Springs Village)

    Haircut time.. (at The Springs Village)

    — 2 weeks ago
    The good news: Amman is now putting numbers on all street addresses. 

The bad news: I think they’re using Comic Sans. (at Leo Burnett)

    The good news: Amman is now putting numbers on all street addresses.

    The bad news: I think they’re using Comic Sans. (at Leo Burnett)

    — 2 weeks ago with 1 note

    Talib Kweili: State Of Grace

    The song is great, and the video is just gorgeous. It’s nice to see hip-hop stars putting so much craft into their work.

    Animator Daniel Cordero cited the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat as one of his major influences in creating the video. Speaking to The Verge, Cordero said Basquiat — a pioneering artist active in New York in the 1980s — was instrumental in making hip hop, graffiti, and street art a “true art worthy of being exhibited in museums and galleries.” But Cordero says his influences weren’t confined to the East Coast. The animator also says his time spent living in the “African and Jamaican neighborhoods” of Brixton and Peckham in South London as major inspirations for the video.

    Via The Verge

    — 2 weeks ago
    Because Jordan.  (at Shmeisani)

    Because Jordan. (at Shmeisani)

    — 2 weeks ago

    andrewpresents:

    Lana Del Rey | 'Damn You' 

    This unreleased track from Lana Del Rey has been around for awhile now, but it’s one I tend to revisit from time to time. It’s insane how many songs Lana has recorded - some much better than others of course - but ‘Damn You’ easily falls under the properly amazing category.

    — 1 month ago with 600 notes