lohrien:

Illustrations by Mika Nitta

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confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

Reader submission, posted by David Futrelle. Confused Cats Against Feminism is brought to you by We Hunted the Mammoth, and by YOUR KITTIES. Submit!  And buy crap at the Confused Cats Store! It’s for charity!

confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

Reader submission, posted by David Futrelle. Confused Cats Against Feminism is brought to you by We Hunted the Mammoth, and by YOUR KITTIES. Submit! And buy crap at the Confused Cats Store! It’s for charity!

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Hayao Miyazaki on life

(Source: mexq)

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afrikani:

Telephone wire basketry is an indigenous South African art form which has grown from the basket weaving skills of the Zulu people of KwaZulu Natal. The craft is said to have originated in the 1950’s when night watchmen working in the cities would weave telephone wire around their wooden walking sticks whilst working at night.

afrikani:

Telephone wire basketry is an indigenous South African art form which has grown from the basket weaving skills of the Zulu people of KwaZulu Natal. The craft is said to have originated in the 1950’s when night watchmen working in the cities would weave telephone wire around their wooden walking sticks whilst working at night.

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nativeamericannews:

Glen Rabena ~ Haida
Glen began carving in Northwest Coast style in 1970. He moved to Quesnel, BC and studied at the Gitanmaax School at Ksan in 1975-76. In 1978, he completed illustrations for “The Birds of Ksan” by Susan Marsden and the Gitksan Advisory Group. These became the foundation for his birds series of serigraphs.

nativeamericannews:

Glen Rabena ~ Haida

Glen began carving in Northwest Coast style in 1970. He moved to Quesnel, BC and studied at the Gitanmaax School at Ksan in 1975-76. In 1978, he completed illustrations for “The Birds of Ksan” by Susan Marsden and the Gitksan Advisory Group. These became the foundation for his birds series of serigraphs.


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lookdifferentmtv:

YES to all of this! The always inspiring Laverne Cox on the VMA red carpet talking about how she’s breaking stereotypes. 

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matiasotamendi:

"Participante". 21 x 29,7 cm. Lápiz color. 2011

matiasotamendi:

"Participante". 21 x 29,7 cm. Lápiz color. 2011

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asylum-art:

Émeric Chantier Sculptures: Flowery Skulls

on Facebook, at Macadam gallery

Émeric Chantier presents objects covered verdure, arms or hearts covered vegetables , fetus wearing green and lying in a crucifix grenadeun flowery, flowery skull

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