fcbarcelona Mathieu took the camera today! Tomorrow, another player will be showing off his photography skills
So these people are talking about why Piqué gets too much hate and I just want to hug this guy. Okay, I never defend Piqué, when he fucks up, he fucks up. End of story. But he won a lot and was one of the best defenders in the world for years (until 2012 aka when Pep left and suddenly training became less intense and Piqué is the player who needs to get yelled by the coach otherwise he ‘relaxes’). I seriously can’t believe how much culés hate him. I get so angry when he talks nonsense or fucks up during an important game. But the hate he gets is ridiculous. And some even says Bartra is a better defender?! And looked this tweet and you will understand it’s all about a good PR team.
"It’s no surprise that I got lost in your brown eyes."
"Right now I don’t see myself as being one of the best centerbacks in the world. I was once, not anymore. I didn’t play a good World Cup either. You have to be one of the top three if you want to play for Barça. I think I can get back to that level and that is what I’m working towards.”
A little gift for a good friend of mine:
Who Cares, 2014 (Acrylic on canvas, 8”x10”)
No time for losers,
'Cause we are the champions
Of the world.(x)
Luis Enrique, about the pig’s head game aka Figo’s favorite game (via luchosswag)cescfabregas)
"According to CCAD every week two anonymous intruders have been sneaking into classrooms on campus, leaving some cool chalkboard messages with the signature, #dangerdust. It captured the attention of the students and are now shared far and wide through social media.
“It’s definitely a passion,” they agreed.
Both seniors in Advertising & Graphic Design, the two said it’s easy to get stuck in a rut when working on seemingly insurmountable class projects.
“When you’re working on long extended projects for graphic design classes it’s easy to… lose motivation,” they said. “I think we’re tired of the computer, and [chalking] gives us motivation.”
The two didn’t think anything would come of their experiment, but after the first few chalkboard masterpieces took off, one of their professors encouraged them to run with it.
“I remember the first couple [chalkboards] we did, I didn’t think anything was going to happen, [but] people were like, ‘Yeah, I’ve seen that on Instagram!’” they remembered. “We get so giddy over 10 likes on Instagram.”