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sweetjanesays:

twloha:

Artist Micheal Rakowitz has worked on many projects to help those affected by homelessness in New York City. His ParaSITE shelters are described as “custom-built assemblies of plastic bags and tarps that feed off of excess heat provided by building heating systems”. Rakowitz’s work is a great example of how people can help other people through inventively simple means. Look out for ways you can ‘warm’ others, even if it only involves speaking a kind word or being there to listen.

YO, MICHAEL IS ONE OF MY PROFESSORS AND LEGITIMATELY ONE OF THE COOLEST PEOPLE EVER. 

celineaernoudt:

my sister in grandpa’s bedroom
danielodowd:

untitled by vamitos on Flickr.
iheartvlcers:

drunkfood on Flickr.

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.

(Source: animalnewyork.com)

tattoome:

Sleepy Hollow, Welland On.
Pizza slices, best friends
skindeeptales:

Xoil
tattoome:

MrKid Kros, Croatia
egonkey:

Thomas Hooper
thewildrosetattooco:

For my good friend and colleague, Jay Breen.
My slut drawer
killthendestroy:

Fairuza in the craft..
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blanq-noirette:

Wedge Heel and Bluckle Sandals
When I went to the shopping centre today, I thought I had walked through a portal to the 90s

buckyofasgaard:

The hair dye that worked like crayon: image

These, with their transparent coloured shade: 
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The glow-in-the-dark stars and “ufo fiber optic” lamps 
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Colourful croptops
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and 
See-through plastic jackets
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This is it. The 90s is back