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whothefuckisnoize:

Jean-Michel Basquiat: Maurice. 1983

whothefuckisnoize:

Jean-Michel Basquiat: Maurice. 1983

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jewist:

lost IDs at coachella

jewist:

lost IDs at coachella

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shyre:

you and me

shyre:

you and me

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juipiter:

I love this so much

juipiter:

I love this so much

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hhhhhhhhhhhelen:

 

Maison Martin Margiela spring 2014 rtw details

hhhhhhhhhhhelen:

 

Maison Martin Margiela spring 2014 rtw details

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text-mode:

Hong Kong buildings, photos by Michael Wolf.




awkwardsituationist:

brian skerry photographs the results of commercial bluefin tuna fishing in the mediterranean. the world wildlife fund estimates that each year, 4.4 million sharks and 90,000 turtles are unintentionally caught as bycatch from unregulated commercial tuna fisheries using long lines and drift nets. a shark caught in a net will suffocate to death. shark numbers have declined by as much as 80 per cent worldwide, with a third of all species now threatened by extinction (pew charitable trusts)

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cavetocanvas:

Tracey Emin, My Bed, 1998
From the Saatchi Gallery: 

A consummate storyteller, Tracey Emin engages the viewer with her candid exploration of universal emotions. Well-known for her confessional art, Tracey Emin reveals intimate details from her life to engage the viewer with her expressions of universal emotions. Her ability to integrate her work and personal life enables Emin to establish an intimacy with the viewer.
Tracey shows us her own bed, in all its embarrassing glory. Empty booze bottles, fag butts, stained sheets, worn panties: the bloody aftermath of a nervous breakdown. By presenting her bed as art, Tracey Emin shares her most personal space, revealing she’s as insecure and imperfect as the rest of the world.

cavetocanvas:

Tracey Emin, My Bed, 1998

From the Saatchi Gallery

A consummate storyteller, Tracey Emin engages the viewer with her candid exploration of universal emotions. Well-known for her confessional art, Tracey Emin reveals intimate details from her life to engage the viewer with her expressions of universal emotions. Her ability to integrate her work and personal life enables Emin to establish an intimacy with the viewer.

Tracey shows us her own bed, in all its embarrassing glory. Empty booze bottles, fag butts, stained sheets, worn panties: the bloody aftermath of a nervous breakdown. By presenting her bed as art, Tracey Emin shares her most personal space, revealing she’s as insecure and imperfect as the rest of the world.

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