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Hi, my name is Joana. I'm a rolling stone. Without a home, like a complete unknown. And I like art a lot.

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Joana. Pansexual. 20. Artist in training. Constantly confused. I don't know where I'm from or where I'm going. I love art and existence.

natalieff:

Wip
Another bablien :-)

natalieff:

Wip

Another bablien :-)

If we define a “black movie” simply as any movie where at least two of the lead characters are black, then some of the films that were (surprise) box office hits this year include: Ride Along, which earned $134 million domestically; Think Like a Man Too, which opened at No. 1 this summer; and About Last Night, a remake of the 1986 romantic comedy originally starring an all-white cast, which pulled in an impressive $25.6 million on opening weekend. The most unexpected success story was The Best Man Holiday, which opened at $30 million in December 2013. As NPR asked, “Why on earth would a $30 million opening for an ensemble romantic comedy with a largely African-American cast that includes some very well-liked, telegenic actors be beyond fantasy?”
abbensettsstudio:

Lick Shot
Photograph by Kwesi Abbensetts

abbensettsstudio:

Lick Shot

Photograph by Kwesi Abbensetts

the front bottoms - fuck, jobs

asylum-art:

Ruined Polaroids - William Miller

I came across this project by veteran photographer and photojournalist William Miller. The story behind “Ruined Polaroids” is so unique – I immediately fell in love with the concept and resulting images. Let’s leave the explaining to Miller himself:

“These pictures are taken with a camera that is, by most definitions, broken: an old Polaroid SX-70 camera rescued from a yard sale. I’ve always loved this camera. It is an ingeniously conceived, complicated bundle of gears and switches with hundreds of moving parts packed in tight like a chrome and leather pistol…

With its first use I realized the camera wasn’t functioning properly. It sometimes spills out two pictures at a time and the film often gets stuck in the gears, exposing and mangling the images in unpredictable ways. Over time I’ve figured out how to control and accentuate aspects of the camera’s flaws but the images themselves are always a surprise…

This project is an unintended exploration into the three-dimensional physical character of an antiquated photographic medium that touches on subjects from the artistic value of chance, to questions of what constitutes a photograph. I say unintended because what I’m focusing on here is a technological anomaly. The failure of a process.

Miller’s attention to these processes has made all of his recent ventures into fine art photography highly refreshing.

mrymorstn-archive:

you know those people who are just luminous, like they’re so beautiful and everything they do is endearing and all you can do is stare and hope that some of their light hits you someday. maybe it’s not even romantic but they’re just such people, they’re humans, and they’re so beautiful that you cannot make yourself look away

aeon-fux:

high-tech-low-fashion:

mazzystardust:

Philip Treacy FW01

v strong “the cell” vibes imo

it came out the year before this collection. COINCIDENCE?? No such thing in fashion 

aeon-fux:

high-tech-low-fashion:

mazzystardust:

Philip Treacy FW01

v strong “the cell” vibes imo

it came out the year before this collection. COINCIDENCE?? No such thing in fashion 

sudeikat:

"When they don’t love you the way you want to, you mourn that for however long you need to. But then you get back up and you remind yourself. You are not a reflection of the people who can’t love you. You will love again. You will be loved again." - Caitlyn Siehl 

sudeikat:

"When they don’t love you the way you want to, you mourn that for however long you need to. But then you get back up and you remind yourself. You are not a reflection of the people who can’t love you. You will love again. You will be loved again." - Caitlyn Siehl 

blastedheath:

Charles Hossein Zenderoudi (Iranian, b. 1937), Colours, 1973. Oil on canvas, 40 1/2 x 29 in.

blastedheath:

Charles Hossein Zenderoudi (Iranian, b. 1937), Colours, 1973. Oil on canvas, 40 1/2 x 29 in.

1910-again:

Günter Brus, a page from Irrwisch, 1970

1910-again:

Günter Brus, a page from Irrwisch, 1970

misguided-innocence:

body comparative

birikforever:

Jean Hélion - Pegeen, 1944

alunaes:

CHEYENNE SOPHIA

remember when i was 18 and did this vaguely pornographic shoot with a random couple i met at a nude beach ? 

:)

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