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uncleblazzer:

I still can’t believe I’ve seen Danny DeVito climb naked out of a leather couch

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starwars:

Joe Johnston’s concept for Darth Vader’s prototype TIE Advance x1.

starwars:

Joe Johnston’s concept for Darth Vader’s prototype TIE Advance x1.

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afro-dominicano:

socialjusticekoolaid:

Whites riot over pumpkins in NH and Twitter turns it into epic lesson about Ferguson, aka The Best of #PumpkinFest, PT 1. #staywoke

in this week’s episode of shit black folks would get murdered or jailed with no trial for

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stereoculturesociety:

CultureHISTORY: Tommie Smith and John Carlos, Olympics 1968

“We were just human beings who saw a need to bring attention to the inequality in our country.” - Tommie Smith

On this date (10/16) in 1968, the ‘black power’ salute at the Summer Olympics in Mexico City. One of my favorite historical photos and one of the most powerful moments in black history. More background here.

Photo credits:

  1. Summer Olympics, Mexico City, 1968
  2. Summer Olympics, Mexico City, 1968
  3. San Jose State University honors former students Smith & Carlos with a statue on campus, 2005
  4. Smith and Carlos, 2011

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squidtree:

Hitoshi Iwaak     

squidtree:

Hitoshi Iwaak     

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iraffiruse:

Frozach Submitted

iraffiruse:

Frozach Submitted

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vancevictorious:

Nøkken - Theodor Kittelsen
The nøkk/näck (water spirit) occurs in scandinavian folklore as a creature that lurks in the marsh waiting for prey. It dons the form of a beautiful woman who plays heavenly melodies on its violin to enchant its target. The gorgeous songs it plays are irrestistible and forces humans to descend into the marsh to their doom.
Musicians are able to approach the nøkk and if so done correctly, they can learn its songs which will make trees dance and cause waterfalls to stop so they can listen.

vancevictorious:

Nøkken - Theodor Kittelsen

The nøkk/näck (water spirit) occurs in scandinavian folklore as a creature that lurks in the marsh waiting for prey. It dons the form of a beautiful woman who plays heavenly melodies on its violin to enchant its target. The gorgeous songs it plays are irrestistible and forces humans to descend into the marsh to their doom.

Musicians are able to approach the nøkk and if so done correctly, they can learn its songs which will make trees dance and cause waterfalls to stop so they can listen.

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bridgioto:

Edited for inclusion of the actual skate deck photo :D

bridgioto:

I had the pleasure of doing a piece for lightgreyartgallery's Skate or Die show earlier this month - it's a whole art show with the works printed on skate decks! And horror themed! What more could you ask for :>

You can check out everyone’s pieces on the gallery page, and if you like what you see you can buy that biz here!

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Me

Me

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brainstatic:

Paul McCarthy, the artist behind the Paris “Christmas tree”, also made this inflatable art piece in Hong Kong.

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iamacrookedmirror:

Mac DeMarco - Treat Her Better

Treat her better, boy
If having her at your side’s something you enjoy
If having her in your life’s really so important to you now

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foxfamilyfeatures:

>tfw 

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