Hardy Har Har
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captain-rel:

splendidbuttsex:

just the vehicle I need for the zombie apocalypse

I like that everything but the tiny little blue bug gets destroyedLike CRUSHCRUSHCRUSHCRUSHCRUSHCRUSHCRUSHboinktotally ok
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littlelimpstiff14u2:


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littlelimpstiff14u2:


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littlelimpstiff14u2:


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wocinsolidarity:

Willow and Jaden Smith for Vanity Fair
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iqfashion:

Source: Aera Style Magazine
iqfashion:

Source: Aera Style Magazine
iqfashion:

Source: Aera Style Magazine
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nock-nock-nock:


adidas Gazelle Indoor “Maroon/White-Gum”
nock-nock-nock:


adidas Gazelle Indoor “Maroon/White-Gum”
nock-nock-nock:


adidas Gazelle Indoor “Maroon/White-Gum”
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artchipel:

INVITATION
Qiu Minye (b. 1978, China) - My God (2013)
Qiu Minye has found a new way of recording time by removing the identity of an image and creating the exquisite shape, life and texture. The object is floating lightly in a soft space like a song. It equals to the existence itself, which makes us sigh for the nature and thus feel the gratitude to the artist for giving us the opportunity to experience the nature.
My God - Qiu Minye Photography Exhibition Ofoto Gallery - 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd. ShanghaiOpening on 25th Oct. 2014 from 4pm © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Qiu Minye]
artchipel:

INVITATION
Qiu Minye (b. 1978, China) - My God (2013)
Qiu Minye has found a new way of recording time by removing the identity of an image and creating the exquisite shape, life and texture. The object is floating lightly in a soft space like a song. It equals to the existence itself, which makes us sigh for the nature and thus feel the gratitude to the artist for giving us the opportunity to experience the nature.
My God - Qiu Minye Photography Exhibition Ofoto Gallery - 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd. ShanghaiOpening on 25th Oct. 2014 from 4pm © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Qiu Minye]
artchipel:

INVITATION
Qiu Minye (b. 1978, China) - My God (2013)
Qiu Minye has found a new way of recording time by removing the identity of an image and creating the exquisite shape, life and texture. The object is floating lightly in a soft space like a song. It equals to the existence itself, which makes us sigh for the nature and thus feel the gratitude to the artist for giving us the opportunity to experience the nature.
My God - Qiu Minye Photography Exhibition Ofoto Gallery - 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd. ShanghaiOpening on 25th Oct. 2014 from 4pm © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Qiu Minye]
artchipel:

INVITATION
Qiu Minye (b. 1978, China) - My God (2013)
Qiu Minye has found a new way of recording time by removing the identity of an image and creating the exquisite shape, life and texture. The object is floating lightly in a soft space like a song. It equals to the existence itself, which makes us sigh for the nature and thus feel the gratitude to the artist for giving us the opportunity to experience the nature.
My God - Qiu Minye Photography Exhibition Ofoto Gallery - 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd. ShanghaiOpening on 25th Oct. 2014 from 4pm © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Qiu Minye]
artchipel:

INVITATION
Qiu Minye (b. 1978, China) - My God (2013)
Qiu Minye has found a new way of recording time by removing the identity of an image and creating the exquisite shape, life and texture. The object is floating lightly in a soft space like a song. It equals to the existence itself, which makes us sigh for the nature and thus feel the gratitude to the artist for giving us the opportunity to experience the nature.
My God - Qiu Minye Photography Exhibition Ofoto Gallery - 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd. ShanghaiOpening on 25th Oct. 2014 from 4pm © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Qiu Minye]
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hyperallergic:

(via Indicting Higher Education in the Arts and Beyond)
There’s one very clear take-away from the latest report released by the collective BFAMFAPhD: people who graduate with arts degrees regularly end up with a lot of debt and incredibly low prospects for earning a living as artists. Or, as they put it in the report, titled Artists Report Back: A National Study on the Lives of Arts Graduates and Working Artists, “the fantasy of future earnings in the arts cannot justify the high cost of degrees.”
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mirkokosmos:

Robin Williams & Koko, 2001
“Robin made Koko smile — something she hadn’t done for over six months, ever since her childhood gorilla companion, Michael, passed away.”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9I_QvEXDv0
mirkokosmos:

Robin Williams & Koko, 2001
“Robin made Koko smile — something she hadn’t done for over six months, ever since her childhood gorilla companion, Michael, passed away.”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9I_QvEXDv0
mirkokosmos:

Robin Williams & Koko, 2001
“Robin made Koko smile — something she hadn’t done for over six months, ever since her childhood gorilla companion, Michael, passed away.”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9I_QvEXDv0
mirkokosmos:

Robin Williams & Koko, 2001
“Robin made Koko smile — something she hadn’t done for over six months, ever since her childhood gorilla companion, Michael, passed away.”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9I_QvEXDv0
mirkokosmos:

Robin Williams & Koko, 2001
“Robin made Koko smile — something she hadn’t done for over six months, ever since her childhood gorilla companion, Michael, passed away.”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9I_QvEXDv0
mirkokosmos:

Robin Williams & Koko, 2001
“Robin made Koko smile — something she hadn’t done for over six months, ever since her childhood gorilla companion, Michael, passed away.”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9I_QvEXDv0
mirkokosmos:

Robin Williams & Koko, 2001
“Robin made Koko smile — something she hadn’t done for over six months, ever since her childhood gorilla companion, Michael, passed away.”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9I_QvEXDv0
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alcrego:

Anatomy of a lazy machine.
Original picture.
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itscolossal:

Installed earlier this month in the Bahamas, “Ocean Atlas" by Jason deCaires Taylor depicts a young Bahamian girl carrying the weight of the seas. It is the largest sculpture ever deployed underwater and is built from special concrete that promotes the growth of coral and marine life in an attempt to draw diving tourists away from more sensitive areas nearby.
itscolossal:

Installed earlier this month in the Bahamas, “Ocean Atlas" by Jason deCaires Taylor depicts a young Bahamian girl carrying the weight of the seas. It is the largest sculpture ever deployed underwater and is built from special concrete that promotes the growth of coral and marine life in an attempt to draw diving tourists away from more sensitive areas nearby.
itscolossal:

Installed earlier this month in the Bahamas, “Ocean Atlas" by Jason deCaires Taylor depicts a young Bahamian girl carrying the weight of the seas. It is the largest sculpture ever deployed underwater and is built from special concrete that promotes the growth of coral and marine life in an attempt to draw diving tourists away from more sensitive areas nearby.
itscolossal:

Installed earlier this month in the Bahamas, “Ocean Atlas" by Jason deCaires Taylor depicts a young Bahamian girl carrying the weight of the seas. It is the largest sculpture ever deployed underwater and is built from special concrete that promotes the growth of coral and marine life in an attempt to draw diving tourists away from more sensitive areas nearby.