Cyke Ward

Ask me anything   Graphic designer, comic book enthusiast, and all around awesome

twitter.com/Skullbandit89:

    visualamor:

After Cindy Ray. Working on something for Brian. #cindyray #tattoo #tattoos #tattooflash #northpark #sandiego #sandiegotattoo #illustration #art #fullcircletattoo #fullcircletattoos #jamestran #visualamor #linesonlines #engraving #etching

    visualamor:

    After Cindy Ray. Working on something for Brian. #cindyray #tattoo #tattoos #tattooflash #northpark #sandiego #sandiegotattoo #illustration #art #fullcircletattoo #fullcircletattoos #jamestran #visualamor #linesonlines #engraving #etching

    (via fullcircletattoo)

    — 1 week ago with 142 notes
    razekone:

diabetic—homeless—hookers:

nanoism:

She draining that nut sack 
like a Capri Sun

Dead.

lol that comment

    razekone:

    diabetic—homeless—hookers:

    nanoism:

    She draining that nut sack
    like a Capri Sun

    Dead.

    lol that comment

    (Source: howifuckedyourmom)

    — 2 weeks ago with 481 notes
    Amazingly disrespectful… People are hitting new lows these days

    Amazingly disrespectful… People are hitting new lows these days

    (Source: lanadelreyoflight, via razekone)

    — 2 weeks ago with 7739 notes
    mashable:

Free-runner Damien Walters just became the first man to run the loop-the-loop successfully.

    mashable:

    Free-runner Damien Walters just became the first man to run the loop-the-loop successfully.

    — 3 weeks ago with 209 notes

    bypip:

    THE FREERUNNER - PERSONAL PROJECT

    Here’s a recent collaborative project I did with world free running champion, Tim Shieff. As a pioneer of the rapidly-growing sport, Tim’s ethos is centred around thinking outside of the box – showcasing physical creativity and injecting energy into the places that people overlook on a daily basis. We embarked on this with the aim of creating a series of photographs that were not only removed from polished action sports imagery, but also demonstrated an amalgamation of our respective styles. Using 1970’s brutalist architecture as a common backdrop, we ventured around many of London’s bleak council estates and concrete developments looking for the right spaces and pockets of light to work with. By focusing on the quieter moments, we wanted to portray the strength, balance and precision that epitomise Tim’s approach and go towards making him an artist as much as an athlete.

    — 3 weeks ago with 367 notes