VD
VD
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mrsdwightkschrute:

realest shit ever.
mrsdwightkschrute:

realest shit ever.
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I love Will Graham, and I love Hugh Dancy.
http://images6.fanpop.com/image/photos/34300000/Will-Graham-hannibal-tv-series-34377587-600-750.jpg
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uffie:

red-lipstick:

Xie Lei (b. 1983, Anhui Province, China) - 1: Big Fire, 2011  2: Melting, 2011  3: Cleaners, 2013  4:  Facing, 2013  5: Wilder, 2013    Paintings: Oil on Canvas

its pretty
uffie:

red-lipstick:

Xie Lei (b. 1983, Anhui Province, China) - 1: Big Fire, 2011  2: Melting, 2011  3: Cleaners, 2013  4:  Facing, 2013  5: Wilder, 2013    Paintings: Oil on Canvas

its pretty
uffie:

red-lipstick:

Xie Lei (b. 1983, Anhui Province, China) - 1: Big Fire, 2011  2: Melting, 2011  3: Cleaners, 2013  4:  Facing, 2013  5: Wilder, 2013    Paintings: Oil on Canvas

its pretty
uffie:

red-lipstick:

Xie Lei (b. 1983, Anhui Province, China) - 1: Big Fire, 2011  2: Melting, 2011  3: Cleaners, 2013  4:  Facing, 2013  5: Wilder, 2013    Paintings: Oil on Canvas

its pretty
uffie:

red-lipstick:

Xie Lei (b. 1983, Anhui Province, China) - 1: Big Fire, 2011  2: Melting, 2011  3: Cleaners, 2013  4:  Facing, 2013  5: Wilder, 2013    Paintings: Oil on Canvas

its pretty
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clituorice:

more from xtube’s ads
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Katrien De Blauwer
Couleur Pâle
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Katrien De Blauwer
Couleur Pâle
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Katrien De Blauwer
Couleur Pâle
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Katrien De Blauwer
Couleur Pâle
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Katrien De Blauwer
Couleur Pâle
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I could watch this forever.
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"Create like a God, command like a king, work like a slave."

Constantin Brâncuși (via hazelhirao)

DEDICATED TO THE BUSHWICKERS

(via confessionsofamichaelstipe)

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jockohomoremix:

In 1976, John Szarkowski, the Director of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, noted that “most color photography, in short, has been either formless or pretty. In the frst case the meanings of color have been ignored; in the second they have been at the expense of allusive meanings.” It came as a surprise, therefore, that the same year the visionary Szarkowski chose William Eggleston, a Memphis-born photographer with a deep penchant for color, to become the frst color photographer to receive a solo exhibition at MoMA. Expectedly, the exhibition sparked some controversy, with some critics decrying the all-too-familiar color images as banal snapshots of everyday life. Their concern was based on the lack of precedence of a color photography exhibition at the museum. Up until then photography exhibitions at MoMA had been of black and white photographs with strong social sensitivity such as the ones of works by Diane Arbus, Gary Winogrand and Lee Friendlander. By refuting tradition, therefore, Eggleston’s MoMA show became the art world’s cause célèbre, revered by some as an avant-garde, critiqued by others as trivializing fne art photography.*William Eggleston, Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973 Dye transfer print, printed late 1970s, mounted.
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olympicanada:

Canadian cities are flying Pride flags outside their city hall buildings for the duration of the Olympics in protest of Russia’s anti-gay policies.
From top to bottom: Ottawa, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Quebec City.
(Vancouver and St. John’s are also flying them but I couldn’t find good photos)
olympicanada:

Canadian cities are flying Pride flags outside their city hall buildings for the duration of the Olympics in protest of Russia’s anti-gay policies.
From top to bottom: Ottawa, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Quebec City.
(Vancouver and St. John’s are also flying them but I couldn’t find good photos)
olympicanada:

Canadian cities are flying Pride flags outside their city hall buildings for the duration of the Olympics in protest of Russia’s anti-gay policies.
From top to bottom: Ottawa, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Quebec City.
(Vancouver and St. John’s are also flying them but I couldn’t find good photos)
olympicanada:

Canadian cities are flying Pride flags outside their city hall buildings for the duration of the Olympics in protest of Russia’s anti-gay policies.
From top to bottom: Ottawa, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Quebec City.
(Vancouver and St. John’s are also flying them but I couldn’t find good photos)
olympicanada:

Canadian cities are flying Pride flags outside their city hall buildings for the duration of the Olympics in protest of Russia’s anti-gay policies.
From top to bottom: Ottawa, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Quebec City.
(Vancouver and St. John’s are also flying them but I couldn’t find good photos)
olympicanada:

Canadian cities are flying Pride flags outside their city hall buildings for the duration of the Olympics in protest of Russia’s anti-gay policies.
From top to bottom: Ottawa, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Quebec City.
(Vancouver and St. John’s are also flying them but I couldn’t find good photos)
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fantagraphics:

Nancy
fantagraphics:

Nancy