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decolonizingmedia:

silverjackson:

Ferguson-Related Artwork Gets Pulled from Bumbershoot
http://slog.thestranger.com/slog/archives/2014/08/29/ferguson-related-artwork-gets-pulled-from-bumbershoot

“They don’t want red paint on their floors < we don’t want innocent blood on our streets”

decolonizingmedia:

silverjackson:

Ferguson-Related Artwork Gets Pulled from Bumbershoot

http://slog.thestranger.com/slog/archives/2014/08/29/ferguson-related-artwork-gets-pulled-from-bumbershoot

They don’t want red paint on their floors < we don’t want innocent blood on our streets”

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sosuperawesome:

Gemma Correll, on Tumblr

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Eye of Nietzsche.

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premierbonheur:

dozydozy:

I started off making my cv with this picture of @premierbonheur as it’s already on my business cards but I thought I could do with using some newer work, soz Mary you’ve finally been replaced

I FORGIVE YOU

premierbonheur:

dozydozy:

I started off making my cv with this picture of @premierbonheur as it’s already on my business cards but I thought I could do with using some newer work, soz Mary you’ve finally been replaced

I FORGIVE YOU

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ecstatic-hysteria:

Party Girl, Summer Wheat
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nyctaeus:

Signs without Signification - Jeff Brouws

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magictransistor:

Mary Delaney. Botanical Collage. 1700s.

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studioafrica:

check out the dope Collaboration between Congolese photographer Shako Oteka and his Protégé Basile Shingu. #CongoSwagg

-Alec Lomami

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lucanecerf-volant:

 

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victoriousvocabulary:

GIFT
[noun] 
poison (substance harmful to a living organism). Not to be confused with gift.
Etymology: from Old High German gift, “gift, something given”, from Proto-Germanic *giftiz, which is a derivation of Proto-Germanic *gebaną, “to give”.
[Lenka Simeckova - Arsenic]

victoriousvocabulary:

GIFT

[noun]

poison (substance harmful to a living organism). Not to be confused with gift.

Etymology: from Old High German gift, “gift, something given”, from Proto-Germanic *giftiz, which is a derivation of Proto-Germanic *gebaną, “to give”.

[Lenka Simeckova - Arsenic]

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