POSITIVE
Miho Morikawa
336 再生

zeetsubou:

Coach Tachibana!

anime-express:

I love this anime so much

stripedjumpers:

whoops! couldn’t help ittt…..!
(future charms and buttons!!)

stripedjumpers:

whoops! couldn’t help ittt…..!

(future charms and buttons!!)

teraqua:

Soriku Week

Day 5: Favorite Quote(s)

Haru Being a Little Tsundere (¬‿¬)

telapathetic:

birbd:

hotwing:

imagine the SOUND of someone walking down the street wearing those

clikFWP clikFWP clikFWP

Walk a mile in these louboutins

telapathetic:

birbd:

hotwing:

imagine the SOUND of someone walking down the street wearing those

clikFWP clikFWP clikFWP

Walk a mile in these louboutins

Hello this is EXO’s leader Suho. Since I don’t have my own personal sns account I used Sehun’s instagram. First it’s an honor to join this great campaign that is the ice bucket challenge thanks to close friends, Kwanghee hyung and Eddy Kim. Since I was tagged by two people, I did the challenge twice and donated $200. The next people I nominate are EXO’s Sehun, Boa sunbaenim and actor Byun Yohan. Thank you.

firehouselight:

More Gravity Free! Now in technicolor.

Because why not.

electricprince:

captain daichi and sailor suga ( ’ v ‘)7

electricprince:

captain daichi and sailor suga ( ’ v ‘)7

fluoric:

R2沿いのビル (by kunihito)

fluoric:

R2沿いのビル (by kunihito)

Taemin & Kai Mnet 4Things
Taemin & Kai Mnet 4Things
kinyoubi:

MUJI’s Tag System

MUJI products must be simple and at the same time emit the exhilaration of fresh air. The tags and labels are designed for that effect; unaffected by trends, giving a sheen to the ordinary and feeling good, like fresh air. We use unbleached, beige paper and MUJI’s corporate color, Bordeaux. The lettering is perfectly average, simply designed and set in Helvetica and the Japanese fonts that work with it.

via Hara Design Institute

kinyoubi:

MUJI’s Tag System

MUJI products must be simple and at the same time emit the exhilaration of fresh air. The tags and labels are designed for that effect; unaffected by trends, giving a sheen to the ordinary and feeling good, like fresh air. We use unbleached, beige paper and MUJI’s corporate color, Bordeaux. The lettering is perfectly average, simply designed and set in Helvetica and the Japanese fonts that work with it.

via Hara Design Institute

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