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Jul 21, 2014

darkenedyeastextract:

i know :( :( :(

Jul 21, 2014 / 1 note

I wore a tie
And cut my hair

Jul 21, 2014

Work is easy

Jul 21, 2014 / 3 notes

I start work today ah oh

Jul 21, 2014 / 119,510 notes

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Jul 20, 2014 / 17,740 notes
formalineme7:


Plain Near Auvers, 1890 by Vincent van Gogh
Jul 20, 2014 / 10,047 notes

formalineme7:

Plain Near Auvers, 1890 by Vincent van Gogh

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Jul 20, 2014 / 75,190 notes

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foobar137:

The good thing about being stuck on the Jungle Cruise: how often do you get to do a panorama of the elephant bathing pool?
Jul 20, 2014 / 50,841 notes

seadless:

w-anderin-g:

foobar137:

The good thing about being stuck on the Jungle Cruise: how often do you get to do a panorama of the elephant bathing pool?

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humansofnewyork:

Dating Game
Jul 20, 2014 / 3,130 notes

humansofnewyork:

Dating Game

Jul 20, 2014 / 18,686 notes
dichotomized:

Keith Sapsford, 14, Australian, hid in the wheel housing of a Japan Air Lines Tokyo-bound jet in Sydney. John Gilspin, an amateur photographer, was testing his new camera lens as the plane took off and unwittingly caught Keith Sapsford’s 200-foot plunge to death. 1970.
Jul 20, 2014 / 3,668 notes

dichotomized:

Keith Sapsford, 14, Australian, hid in the wheel housing of a Japan Air Lines Tokyo-bound jet in Sydney. John Gilspin, an amateur photographer, was testing his new camera lens as the plane took off and unwittingly caught Keith Sapsford’s 200-foot plunge to death. 1970.

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Jul 20, 2014 / 4,132 notes

asylum-art:

Berlinde De Bruyckere.:Suffering and Protection
Flemish sculptor creates sculptures and drawings of suffering human bodies that resemble nothing so much as reality. It mixes in his sculptures on religious grounds and media images and writes the Christian motif of the human suffering in the contemporary era. The confrontation with the body that engages the artist led to questions about the ethics of our society and are the place to fundamental questions about the nature of the human being.
These disturbing and uncannily lifelike sculptures by Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere are incredibly visceral and eerie. The repulsion instinctively triggered in the viewer comes from their verisimilitude, and the sense of reality of this nameless, grotesque, distorted, half-human, seemingly fluid flesh; combined with their beauty, the delicate, subtle mottling of colors, the pure realistic visceral fleshiness of the works, and their technical grace.

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