August 31, 2014 at 11:11pm
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Reblogged from tedikuma
majiinboo:

tedikuma:

Another comic I started last night. This one is basically about what it was like being African American in high school, minus the supernatural transformation at the end.

I hated being called Oreo 😞

majiinboo:

tedikuma:

Another comic I started last night. This one is basically about what it was like being African American in high school, minus the supernatural transformation at the end.

I hated being called Oreo 😞

(Source: theodore3.com, via euo)

5:59pm
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kafkaesque-world:

How Famous Creatives Spent Their Days via Galleycat

kafkaesque-world:

How Famous Creatives Spent Their Days via Galleycat

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5:57pm
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Reblogged from bellecs

typette:

bellecs:

Asked by ANON: Favorite 80s Fantasy Films

The 80s was truly the best decade for cheesy 80s fantasy films. If you haven’t seen all of these, you’re missing out. In order of pictures:

  • Legend (1985) 
  • The Last Unicorn (1982)
  • Ladyhawke (1985)
  • Labyrinth (1986)
  • The Secret of Nimh (1982) 
  • The Neverending Story (1984)
  • Red Sonja (1985)
  • Masters of the Universe (1987)
  • Return to Oz (1985)
  • Highlander (1986)
  • Conan the Barbarian (1982)
  • Krull (1983)
  • Excalibur (1981)
  • Clash of the Titans (1981)
  • Dark Crystal (1982)
  • The Princess Bride (1987)
  • Willow (1988)
  • The Beastmaster (1982)

80S FANTASY

WHERE GORGEOUS SOUNDTRACKS AND AMAZING CONCEPT DESIGN LIVE AND DIE

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5:53pm
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Reblogged from nyctaeus

sapphrikah:

nyctaeus:

Josh Kline, ‘Skittles’, 2014

Kline presents Skittles, an industrial refrigerator containing smoothies produced by the artist using unconventional and poetic combinations of ingredients including kale chips, squid ink, sneakers, phone bills, and pepper spray. Each smoothie stands as a portrait of a different contemporary lifestyle. When grouped together, they evoke a landscape of aspiration, taste, and – at times – deprivation in a metropolis like New York City.

THIS IS WILD.

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11:16am
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Reblogged from asylum-art

asylum-art:

Margaret Bowland:  Beauty in the unconscious

Facebook |  at Driscoll Babcock Gallery

Margaret Bowland was born in Burlington, North Carolina, and studied studio art and English at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Her work explores the concept of beauty—what it means to be beautiful, but also to what extent it is significant today, both in the world and in art. ‘Being beautiful is a form of wealth, says Bowland.

She considers that the commonly held ideal of beauty is to be tall, thin and white. And while we recognize deviations from this norm can have appeal, are deviations nonetheless. ‘The need to be beautiful fuels one of the largest and most ruthless industries in our world,’ she says.

Bowland currently lives in Brooklyn and teaches painting at New York Academy. Her work has been exhibited at Greenville County Museum of Art in South Carolina and Babcock Galleries in New York, among others.

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August 30, 2014 at 11:50pm
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Reblogged from wordsthat-speak

It’s dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly child, lightly. Learn to do everything lightly. Yes, feel lightly even though you’re feeling deeply. Just lightly let things happen and lightly cope with them. I was so preposterously serious in those days…Lightly, lightly—it’s the best advice ever given me. So throw away your baggage and go forward. There are quicksands all about you, sucking at your feet, trying to suck you down into fear and self-pity and despair. That’s why you must walk so lightly. Lightly, my darling.

— Aldous Huxley (via wordsthat-speak)

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4:08pm
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Reblogged from arkitekcher
archisketchbook:

Dustin Wheat  | KRob - Best in Category Winner - Professional Hand (2013)
- University of Texas-Arlington

archisketchbook:

Dustin Wheat  | KRob - Best in Category Winner - Professional Hand (2013)

- University of Texas-Arlington

1:19am
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Reblogged from mabelrose

Always these young women in search of power, their eyes rolled back in their heads, midriffs exposed. Always some girl with a candle in a dark room— and poof, her face brightens as she achieves some moment of bliss. The raindrops around her freeze in midair, the wolves stop baring their fangs, and for a moment the young girl marvels at her own invincibility. But then it’s fire, fire, always someone with a stake or a knife ready to do her in. She is a spark about to go out.

Jeannine Hall Gailey, “Introduction to Witchcraft”

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1:18am
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Reblogged from wolverxne
wolverxne:

Full Moon | by: { Aya Cabauatan }

wolverxne:

Full Moon | by: { Aya Cabauatan }

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August 29, 2014 at 11:17pm
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Reblogged from saffrondaisies

Journal Art inspirationn

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