please don't be yourself
please don't be yourself
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pleatedjeans:

via
pleatedjeans:

via
pleatedjeans:

via
pleatedjeans:

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pleatedjeans:

via
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likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
likeafieldmouse:

Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
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nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
nyctaeus:

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays, 1979-1982
In a statement provided by the Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are described as “a collection of 100-word texts that were printed on colored paper and posted throughout New York City. Like any manifesto, the voice in each essay urges and espouses a strong and particular ideology. By masking the author of the essays, Holzer allows the viewer to assess ideologies divorced from the personalities that propel them. With this series, Holzer invites the reader to consider the urgent necessity of social change, the possibility for manipulation of the public, and the conditions that attend revolution.”
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firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.x
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planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
planetaryfolklore:

likeafieldmouse: Sigrid Calon - More from the Risoprints series
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milk-honey-tea:

Padmini in Raj Tilak (1958)
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handaunda:

#52
By Handaunda
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falenir:

nevver:

Handbag, Miranda July

Miranda July is like the living embodiment of a Wes Anderson film
falenir:

nevver:

Handbag, Miranda July

Miranda July is like the living embodiment of a Wes Anderson film
falenir:

nevver:

Handbag, Miranda July

Miranda July is like the living embodiment of a Wes Anderson film
falenir:

nevver:

Handbag, Miranda July

Miranda July is like the living embodiment of a Wes Anderson film
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nevver:
Handbag, Miranda July
nevver:
Handbag, Miranda July
nevver:
Handbag, Miranda July
nevver:
Handbag, Miranda July
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stay-weird-babee:

If you’re ever having a bad day, here is a picture of a little turtle wearing a raspberry
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womenwhokickass:

BREAKING: Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Malala, now 17, was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman two years ago in her home country of Pakistan after coming to prominence for her campaigning for education for girls.
She won for what the Nobel committee called her “heroic struggle” for girls’ right to an education.
She is the youngest ever winner of the prize. (x)