Photo 29 Sep 204,118 notes vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

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Photo 29 Sep 7,311 notes babygoatsandfriends:

bow-to-unicorn:

So I was looking up ombre hair color ideas and was not disappointed. 

agreed

babygoatsandfriends:

bow-to-unicorn:

So I was looking up ombre hair color ideas and was not disappointed. 

agreed

Photo 29 Sep 62,161 notes

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Text 29 Sep 54,847 notes

Anonymous said: Have you ever had an imaginary friend? :D

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Photo 29 Sep 2,638 notes celadonlonghorn:

painting practice :o
i used this palette here

celadonlonghorn:

painting practice :o

i used this palette here

Photo 28 Sep 1,896 notes rubyetc:

and to that I say

rubyetc:

and to that I say

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Photo 28 Sep 66,343 notes tastefullyoffensive:

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Photo 28 Sep 1 note spider ghosts confirmed in my apartment

spider ghosts confirmed in my apartment

Video 28 Sep 34 notes

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Video 28 Sep 1,159 notes

archiemcphee:

Mexican artist Ricardo Solis uses oil paint, ink and other media to create fantastic depictions of how various animal species are created by teams of Lilliputian workers. Strips of electrical tape are unrolled and applied to give a zebra its stripes while poison dart frogs are carefully painted. A grizzly bear’s furry coat is painstakingly woven and hot-air balloons are used to pour paint onto a flamingo and position a pangolin’s horny overlapping scales. The hippo gets its substantial size and shape thanks to a generous inflation of helium.

Visit Ricardo Solis’ Behance page to check out more of his awesome animals under construction. Prints are available via Solis’ website.

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Video 28 Sep 313,392 notes

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sizvideos:

Video

OH MY GOD NO

*punches the wall*

AYOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

THIS PHOTOSET ISN’T COMPLETE

WATCH THE VIDEO

watch the video it doesn’t make your heart hurt so much

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyo3zQ12oSk Video.

Quote 27 Sep 145,956 notes
How long has it been since someone touched part of you other than your body?
— Laurel Hoodwrit  (via fawun)

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Video 27 Sep 1 note

I’ve started dressing up my dragons and giving them stories. I’M IN TOO DEEP NOW

one of a kind dragon Carbonpaper (who is the only dragon in her colors, and sucking up all of my dragon dollars) and her unfortunately diseased servant Copy who coincidentally had the same colors when she was born. good thing the disease took care of that or Carbonpaper would have done something drastic, amirite??? Copy just grew up today so I’m showing them off. (what a good scatterscroll. good, and plot-appropriate.)

Link 27 Sep 111 notes Walton Familly Walmart Heirs Are Officially The Greediest American Billionaires Alive»

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Walton Familly Walmart Heirs Are Officially The Greediest American Billionaires Alive

If you needed another reason to hate the Walmart heirs here it is.

Photograph of a Wal-Mart store exterior in Laredo, Texas Source: Photograph taken by Jared C. Benedict on 22 February 2004. Licence

Photograph of a Wal-Mart store exterior in Laredo, Texas Source: Photograph taken by Jared C. Benedict on…

Quote 27 Sep 218 notes
Activists and writers have long argued that there are “racist elements” or “racist injustices” embedded in our current crisis of mass incarceration. [Michelle] Alexander would have us push this claim much further, arguing that mass incarceration is “a stunningly comprehensive and well-disguised system of racialized social control that functions in a manner strikingly similar to Jim Crow.” She disarms the popular notion that it is somehow wrong to discuss a modern Jim Crow in the age of Barack Obama, noting that “no other country in the world imprisons so many of its racial or ethnic minorities. The United States imprisons a a larger percentage of its black population then South Africa did at the height of apartheid.” In Alexander’s rendering Jim Crow didn’t die so much as it mutated.

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