aloofshahbanou:

Marisol (Marisol Escobar)
Alice Neel 
1981

aloofshahbanou:

Marisol (Marisol Escobar)

Alice Neel 

1981

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Vincent van Gogh, Starry Night [detail] (1889) 

Vincent van Gogh, Starry Night [detail] (1889) 

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nevver:

Our Thoughts Connect, Michael Dumontier & Neil Farber, Inc.

nevver:

Our Thoughts Connect, Michael Dumontier & Neil Farber, Inc.

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tonymyturtle:


faeires:

faeires:

the weather today is probably the most beautiful weather ever probably

I CANT BELIEVE HOW MANY NOTES THIS HAS IT HASNT EVEN BEEN 6 HOURS EEEE

where the fuck do you live

tonymyturtle:

faeires:

faeires:

the weather today is probably the most beautiful weather ever probably

I CANT BELIEVE HOW MANY NOTES THIS HAS IT HASNT EVEN BEEN 6 HOURS EEEE

where the fuck do you live

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shawnroller:

a couple of photos chosen for the #vscogrid this week.

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(Source: timeless-couture, via huftier)

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d0gbl0g:

buttart:

f-ili:

Puppy versus Dandelion

HE’S SO UPSET

what a monster

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富江

富江

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zubat:

Honestly, to insult someone for something they cannot [naturally] control is so beyond disgusting. Especially to insult a persons breasts because you don’t agree with their method of “free speech.” While I do agree that writing “fuck god” on their bodies is silly, there are a million other ways to get your point across without reducing those people to the “niceness” of their breasts, as if that’s supposed to determine the worthiness of their speech. Saying “at least have decent looking breasts before advocating ‘hate speech’ against a particular religion” reduces the worthiness of people to the way they look, and also implies that you’re allowed to promote “hate” if your body is attractive enough, which is dehumanizing and sexualization. That entire post is horrible, and following someone that “agreed” with it makes me nauseous.

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