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Fri Apr 18

Street art by Deih in Valencia, Spain.

Thu Apr 17

brianmichaelbendis:

Blow Up - Shintaro Kago

(Source: valqiria8)

Grand Crinkly
Alexander Calder, 1971
painted steel

tbaus:

You know nothing…

tbaus:

You know nothing…

(via chaserrrr)

Wed Apr 16

Korean internet

I just downloaded a half gig file in under a minute.  Bwahahaha.

I absolutely want these Mr. Sparkle socks.

I absolutely want these Mr. Sparkle socks.

(Source: stephaniecoco, via twoseconds)

Invisibly visible, unlocatably everywhere: if the gay presence is threatened by absence, it is not only because of the secret (or not so secret) intentions of those who are fascinated by gays, or even as a result of the devastating work of AIDS, but also because gays have been de-gaying themselves in the very process of making themselves visible. Homos by Leo Bersani (via temporarilyeuropean)
backstoryradio:

Every dress worn to the Oscars by a Best Actress winner - a fantastic infographic from Mediarun Digital.

My favorite thing about this entire info-graphic is Katharine Hepburn.  Why would I say that when an outfit cannot be found?  Look at the bottom of the image to the area where actresses did not attend the ceremony to receive their awards are named.  Katharine Hepburn won and did not attend the ceremony four times.  KH, I love you and your complete lack of fucks given.
I also appreciate the actresses who made their own dresses.

backstoryradio:

Every dress worn to the Oscars by a Best Actress winner - a fantastic infographic from Mediarun Digital.

My favorite thing about this entire info-graphic is Katharine Hepburn.  Why would I say that when an outfit cannot be found?  Look at the bottom of the image to the area where actresses did not attend the ceremony to receive their awards are named.  Katharine Hepburn won and did not attend the ceremony four times.  KH, I love you and your complete lack of fucks given.

I also appreciate the actresses who made their own dresses.

Have You Sin Marcelo Stefanovicz, 2011

Have You Sin 
Marcelo Stefanovicz, 2011

(Source: nuclearharvest, via tigerliftsthemountain)