EVERYTHING's AllRIGHt


EVERYTHING's AllRIGHt
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"I just want to get high and listen to Yeasayer"
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cwnerd12:

THIS IS WHAT MY FEMINIST UTOPIA LOOKS LIKE
cwnerd12:

THIS IS WHAT MY FEMINIST UTOPIA LOOKS LIKE
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mementomoriiv:

Marlon Wobst
mementomoriiv:

Marlon Wobst
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illsyll:

Still on it

fuck yeah
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ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

"Okay Jim. I’ve got some bad news."
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thebatwoman:

Polish prison tattoos. Cut with razor blades, glass shards and sharpened paperclips, then inked with burned rubber, charcoal. After the convicts’ deaths, flesh was “extracted” from the corpses and preserved in jars of formaldehyde and stored at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. 
Photographed by Polish artist Katarzyna Mirczak.
thebatwoman:

Polish prison tattoos. Cut with razor blades, glass shards and sharpened paperclips, then inked with burned rubber, charcoal. After the convicts’ deaths, flesh was “extracted” from the corpses and preserved in jars of formaldehyde and stored at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. 
Photographed by Polish artist Katarzyna Mirczak.
thebatwoman:

Polish prison tattoos. Cut with razor blades, glass shards and sharpened paperclips, then inked with burned rubber, charcoal. After the convicts’ deaths, flesh was “extracted” from the corpses and preserved in jars of formaldehyde and stored at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. 
Photographed by Polish artist Katarzyna Mirczak.
thebatwoman:

Polish prison tattoos. Cut with razor blades, glass shards and sharpened paperclips, then inked with burned rubber, charcoal. After the convicts’ deaths, flesh was “extracted” from the corpses and preserved in jars of formaldehyde and stored at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. 
Photographed by Polish artist Katarzyna Mirczak.
thebatwoman:

Polish prison tattoos. Cut with razor blades, glass shards and sharpened paperclips, then inked with burned rubber, charcoal. After the convicts’ deaths, flesh was “extracted” from the corpses and preserved in jars of formaldehyde and stored at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. 
Photographed by Polish artist Katarzyna Mirczak.
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pizzzatime:

ottosplotch: Made our house into a monster.
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moviesludge:

that shiny paper is a killer
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"The world has a serious shortage of both logic and kindness."
Haruki Murakami, 1Q84 (via daiyuu)
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contemporary-art-blog:

Adel Abdessemed artist, Shams (Sun), 2013
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babycuts:

pugbugduckmug:

sleepy transparent pug

yes