August 16, 2014
cybergata:

Elephants walking through a rain forest.

cybergata:

Elephants walking through a rain forest.

August 16, 2014
lehroi:

Intersticio, 2012.Elena Damiani

lehroi:

Intersticio, 2012.
Elena Damiani

(Source: champagnepapucho)

August 16, 2014
winnieau:

One of the portraits from the Harpers Bazaar Japan story about NYC - 
Paul Sevigny at Paul’s Baby Grand, NYC, 2014
Photo by Winnie Au

winnieau:

One of the portraits from the Harpers Bazaar Japan story about NYC - 

Paul Sevigny at Paul’s Baby Grand, NYC, 2014

Photo by Winnie Au

August 16, 2014
paintdeath:

Natalie Portman by David Sims 1997

paintdeath:

Natalie Portman by David Sims 1997

August 16, 2014

cerceos:

Dan Ridley-Ellis

August 16, 2014
urgetocreate:

Carole Rabe Kitchen Window Reflection oil on canvas 2011

urgetocreate:

Carole Rabe Kitchen Window Reflection oil on canvas 2011

August 16, 2014
subliminous:

Another one of Nicki Minaj for The Fader. Pick up a copy of the Fall Fashion issue August 26 (I sound like a salesman). But if you’re lazy, here’s the story.

subliminous:

Another one of Nicki Minaj for The Fader. Pick up a copy of the Fall Fashion issue August 26 (I sound like a salesman). But if you’re lazy, here’s the story.

August 16, 2014

furples:

Vivienne Westwood Red Label Fall 2011 LFW

August 16, 2014
maarnayeri:

These are the worst brand of hypocrites.
Who treat the oppression of black communities as if its tangential or irrelevant, even a roadblock to confronting the American imperial project, which has, since time immemorial, sought to eradicate the livelihood and self autonomy of black people.
Who act as if there is a rigid binary between imperial oppressor and imperialized oppressed and leave no nuance for positions of the descendants of the largest case of human trafficking and cultural genocide in recorded history.
Who can cite black history to make analogies to their own suffering and simultaneously neglect how those very same precarities have proved foundational for the internally displaced and oppressed today.
Who can give you a million reasons as to why the portrayal of x group in y country by mass American media circuits stems from racism, but will trust those same racist outlets when it comes to Ferguson protestors.
You all are unprincipled and bigoted. Shame on you.

maarnayeri:

These are the worst brand of hypocrites.

Who treat the oppression of black communities as if its tangential or irrelevant, even a roadblock to confronting the American imperial project, which has, since time immemorial, sought to eradicate the livelihood and self autonomy of black people.

Who act as if there is a rigid binary between imperial oppressor and imperialized oppressed and leave no nuance for positions of the descendants of the largest case of human trafficking and cultural genocide in recorded history.

Who can cite black history to make analogies to their own suffering and simultaneously neglect how those very same precarities have proved foundational for the internally displaced and oppressed today.

Who can give you a million reasons as to why the portrayal of x group in y country by mass American media circuits stems from racism, but will trust those same racist outlets when it comes to Ferguson protestors.

You all are unprincipled and bigoted. Shame on you.

August 16, 2014
jeffhahn:

Ton Heukels by Jeff Hahn

jeffhahn:

Ton Heukels by Jeff Hahn

(Source: jeff-hahn.com)