chrissyangliker:

Swimming Upstream. 22x 28 Inches on canvas. 2014

(via equillen)

“You wanted to write something worthwhile. You wanted to make sense of it all. You wanted to tell the truth. You wanted to understand why you felt like this.

You wanted to know why something in you is not satisfied with dull. Won’t sit still in social settings. Asks the wrong questions. Gets nervous and leaves without explanation. Is always scratching itself and looking away. Takes up too much space. Takes up none. Something in you has feet always half-off the ground. Itching to leave. Planning escape routes. Not fully trusting. Always knowing how much money I have in my account and how far that will get you.”
— Lora Mathis, Something In Me (via larmoyante)

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“why are you so shy”
— literally the dumbest question to ask a shy person ever (via gnarly)

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langste:

These “coffee kiss” sculptures are part of an ongoing series by Chinese artist Johnson Tsang. Started in 2002, the series is named after a local drink called Yuanyang, which is made using a mixture of three parts coffee and seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea to perfectly represent both Eastern and Western cultures.

(via miniaturefoxes)

chantelle winnie for Ashish S/S 2015 - London Fashion Week

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wetreesinart:

Keith Haring (1958-1990), Tree of Life, 1985, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 144 inches, 

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nakedatthewrongtime:

aro-ace-skeleton-warrior:

jack-o-liam:

sounds about right 

Important info for the skeleton war

when white people take black people words

nakedatthewrongtime:

aro-ace-skeleton-warrior:

jack-o-liam:

sounds about right 

Important info for the skeleton war

when white people take black people words

(via kindofatttractive)