legosaurus:

Question: Who is your childhood hero?

Answer provided by artist Guy Shield

Color, color and …color by Vanjey_Lego

LEGO Streetwear Brands by Adly Syairi Ramly
submitted by Martin (via Fubiz) LEGO Streetwear Brands by Adly Syairi Ramly
submitted by Martin (via Fubiz) LEGO Streetwear Brands by Adly Syairi Ramly
submitted by Martin (via Fubiz)

LEGO Streetwear Brands by Adly Syairi Ramly

submitted by Martin (via Fubiz)

Anonymous Asked
QuestionWhen someone does work to find, credit and format a post, its kind of shitty to go out of your way to remove the via credit from them. Answer

Although I would phrase it differently, I agree. Luckily the template of my blog always shows where I reblogged things from. I don’t think there are any other posts besides reblogs and ones I created from original sources.

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I consider referencing fairly important, that’s why all my post mention the original title (including a link to the image source) and the author (including a link to his profile) as long as both are available. That’s the pattern I follow and I know others do, too. If I reblog something without a source I try my best to find and add one (e.g. here).

I think what you are referring to is this (which is unfortunately is not displayed properly on my blog, only on the dashboard):

[tumblr title + link]:

[text from said tumblr]

Well, in my opinion that’s a quote, not a reference. If someone had something to say, I agree with and I think needs to be said on my blog too, then I use this layout function (e.g. here), even for non-tumblr quoting (e.g. here). Other than that I think it’s just duplicating what I mentioned above and therefore I stick to my pattern. You could call it editorial freedom if you will, something for example Legosaurus also does.

Rest by maxtrese

Happy by Chris Owens