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"The Anarchists never have claimed that liberty will bring perfection;
they simply say that its results are vastly preferable to those that
follow authority."
Benjamin Tucker (via lackofanycreativity)

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red-lipstick:

Kim Dorland (b. 1974, Wain­wright, Alberta, Canada) - After The Party, 2014 Paintings: Oil, Acrylic and Spray Paint on Linen over Wood Panel

red-lipstick:

Kim Dorland (b. 1974, Wain­wright, Alberta, Canada) - After The Party, 2014 Paintings: Oil, Acrylic and Spray Paint on Linen over Wood Panel

(Source: kdorland.com)

— 2 days ago with 2863 notes

asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings

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The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful!
“My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna

Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.

Via artnau

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cashmeremammoth:

online witchessuddenly, they merely have to google the spells they need. their covens stretch across the globe, tied together by skype. they curse a different type of apple now. the world is in their pockets and there it will stay.

cashmeremammoth:

online witches
suddenly, they merely have to google the spells they need. their covens stretch across the globe, tied together by skype. they curse a different type of apple now. the world is in their pockets and there it will stay.

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"I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people who annoy me."
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"I wouldn’t necessarily mind people not knowing I’m gay, but I don’t like being thought of as straight — in the same way that I don’t mind people not knowing I’m a writer, but it would be awkward if they assumed I was an extreme skateboarder, because that’s so far removed from the reality of my life. But there is no blank slate where orientation is concerned; we are straight until proven otherwise. And if you’ve never seen how dramatically a conversation can be derailed by a casual admission of homosexuality, let me tell you, it gets awkward."
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9monthvacation:

langsettte:

omgggg

I want cute photos of me like this to exist
Where’s my photographers

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"The realest people don’t have a lot of friends."
Tupac (via madame-gucci)

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nickkahler:

Pierre-Paul Prud’hon, The Soul Breaking the Bonds that Attach to the Land, c. 1820

nickkahler:

Pierre-Paul Prud’hon, The Soul Breaking the Bonds that Attach to the Land, c. 1820

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"Poverty and disability go hand in hand. The poverty rate for working-age people with disabilities is nearly two and a half times higher than that for people without disabilities. Indeed, recent research finds that half of all working age adults who experience at least one year of poverty have a disability, and nearly two-thirds of those experiencing longer-term poverty have a disability. People with disabilities are also much more likely to experience material hardships—such as food insecurity; inability to pay rent, mortgage, and utilities; or not being able to get needed medical care—than people without disabilities at the same income levels. The same goes for families caring for a child with a disability."

"Disability is a cause and consequence of poverty"

This whole article is great, and concludes with concrete policy suggestions that would help disabled people living in poverty. Step 1: explicitly address disability as part of anti-poverty policy agendas.

(via disabilityhistory)

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fletchingarrows:


Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)
engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903

i love her practical armor

fletchingarrows:

Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)

engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903

i love her practical armor

(Source: paintingses, via lioneater)

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miriaminrecovery:

stimmyabby:

One of the things I hate is that if you aren’t bipolar, OCD, autistic, ect, it’s considered perfectly acceptable to be all “ha ha I look autistic” “feeling a little bipolar today”, but if you actually do have a mental disorder, then god forbid you talk about it, you attention-seeking over-dramatizing romanticizing monster.

this is the realest thing I’ve ever read

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