Install this theme

pizzaotter:

eoliveson:

aziraphalesneakers:

Can’t go over it.

Can’t go under it.

Can’t go around it.

Gotta go through it.

Trying to explain depression or anxiety to someone who’s never experienced it.

This belongs here.

This should have more notes. :(

So Far my favorite thing I’ve learned in Grad School…

one day all the Dan Flavin glowing dick sculptures will all die, and never glow again.

hungryghoast:

hex-maniac-mareen:

There’s a legend here in Brazil about a ghostly creature called the “Hairy Leg” (Perna Cabeluda). It’s just a ghostly, disembodied hairy leg that hops around kicking people, and then disappearing into the night.

YES.

hungryghoast:

hex-maniac-mareen:

There’s a legend here in Brazil about a ghostly creature called the “Hairy Leg” (Perna Cabeluda). It’s just a ghostly, disembodied hairy leg that hops around kicking people, and then disappearing into the night.

YES.

Racists never want to believe that they are racist. They are constantly redefining what racism means so that they can escape meeting the definition while simultaneously engaging in the behavior.

Son of Baldwin 

painfully accurate. 

(via transformfeminism)

preservation through transformation // the liberalization of racism // neo-racism // colorblind racism // 

(via yellowxperil)

freystupid:

Landscapes Sculpted into Layered Antique Dinner Plates

 

The medium of artist Caroline Slotte is a familiar one.  Dishes commonly found in homes and thrift shops become surprising dioramas.  The simple images usually hidden under food become multilayered narratives.  The many memories associated with family meals, dinner parties, milestone celebrations aren’t lost on Slotte.  She says of her medium choice:

” Objects in our private sphere stir feelings in us and connect us to our history. They are tangible reminders of the past, of our own life story, and that of the family. In this way the most humble object can function as a key to the past, as a key to our inner.”

I was just researching delft blue and this is on the first page of my dashboard.

I need to re-watch this show.

bogleech:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

I like how advertising is literally still exactly as sexist as they’re joking about in this comic from 54 years ago.

wnslw:

I want this on a shirt

wnslw:

I want this on a shirt

Blow Hard.

Blow Hard.

highs0ciety:

arabbara:

R.I.P. The 2976 American people that lost their lives on 9/11 and R.I.P. the 48,644 Afghan and 1,690,903 Iraqi and 35000 Pakistani people that paid the ultimate price for a crime they did not commit

this is the only september 11th post I’m reblogging