This guy never took acid.

This guy never took acid.

theblacklacedandy:

IS THIS A HISPANIC ARIEL ??? PLEASE BE!!! OH MY GODI’M SO HAPPY

theblacklacedandy:

IS THIS A HISPANIC ARIEL ??? PLEASE BE!!! OH MY GOD
I’M SO HAPPY

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tumsperks:

How to break up with someone:

Give them a sock and tell them they are a free elf now

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I’m so proud of you.

I just wanted to tell you

in case no one has.

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pankurios-templeovarts:

Digital horrors by MyopicMephitic.

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direwolf2013:

Some more fisting gifs for you! Doggy style this time!

<3 Sonya

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yagazieemezi:

Get To Know: Artist André Hora

André Hora is a Brazilian/British artist and freelance illustrator whom I met in a chilly New York last year. At that time, we found ourselves in the company of Artist Tim Okamura during a personal interview regarding his popular paintings. On the rooftop of Tim’s art studio, André and I looked over at the city of Manhattan splayed out in front of us and it was there I learnt about his art. We discussed his different influences within the art world and I was so fascinated by his work that I later had to contact him for an interview.

Y: Can you tell us a little bit about your art? Some of your pieces have a distinct African flare to them. With the several cultural and identity labels within Brazil, have any of them affected you as an artist and in what ways?

André: I would define my art as narrative, especially the late works, almost all of which are telling a story, a myth or describing a day-to-day situation. On my early works we see a lot of faces and skulls – I was obsessed by the human head!  I didn’t attend a formal art school, although I learnt to draw at a very early age with my Dad (who is an architect), and since then I have attended several private lessons and workshops in Brazil, France and in the UK where I am based. I am drawn to Afro-Brazilian culture and particularly to Yoruba mythology as we find in Candomblé (a mixture of traditional Yoruba, Fon, Ewe and Bantu beliefs).  Not only because I come from Bahia, but because my great-great-grandmother was a slave. I was always fascinated by this ancestor of mine I knew so little about. So from my Portuguese, Native American and African origins, I find myself very influenced on my art by the latter – both aesthetically and philosophically.

(read more of the interview)

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

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suckerpunchbrunch:

Alexander McQueen - “SAVAGE BEAUTY” {Exhibition} #2

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wandatinasky:

don’t trust anybody who compliments your smile. they just get off on seeing the little bits of skeleton poking out through your gums.  anybody who tells you you’ve got a nice smile is a certified skeleton fucker.

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gardenofthequeen:

chrysantheb0mb:

i’ve decided that from now on, i’m going to post one tattoo design per day - whether it’s a full-color design or just a sketch. i want to find an apprenticeship some time next year and i have to begin bulking up my portfolio!

these designs will be available for use if anyone would like to actually get them tattooed - all i ask is that you credit any photos back to me and ask that your tattoo artist do the same!

this is perfection

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A man dumps the body of a girl in a ditch. The body rots, melts into slime. Flowers pop up where the body lies, seeds fly out of the flowers, and a bee sucks the flowers and makes honey. And the family of the girl buys the honey from the store, and the family eats the girl.
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the tracey fragments (via sad-sorry)
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