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poisontome:

Shot from our sunrise shoot this lovely morning with Soda Pants.
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elisebrown:

Photography by Daido Moriyama.
elisebrown:

Photography by Daido Moriyama.
elisebrown:

Photography by Daido Moriyama.
elisebrown:

Photography by Daido Moriyama.
elisebrown:

Photography by Daido Moriyama.
elisebrown:

Photography by Daido Moriyama.
elisebrown:

Photography by Daido Moriyama.
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Your presence has a purpose.
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scribebynight:

(✿ಠ ∩ಠ)✒ Calligraphy 📓(◡‿◡✿)
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artparasites:

Esao Andrews
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artforadults:

David Belliveau
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monsterman:

Santo vs the Martian Invasion (1966)
monsterman:

Santo vs the Martian Invasion (1966)
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scribebynight:

(✿ಠ ∩ಠ)✒ Calligraphy 📓(◡‿◡✿)
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deathdefyingacts:

esao andrews
deathdefyingacts:

esao andrews
deathdefyingacts:

esao andrews
deathdefyingacts:

esao andrews
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scribebynight:

(✿ಠ ∩ಠ)✒ Calligraphy 📓(◡‿◡✿)
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andreahrnjak:

Mystic Moonlight
/For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams./
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thinktankgallery:

A MUTILATION IN PERFORMANCE OF THE AGING BODY
We’re currently showing an exhibit involving 101 vaginas of various ages, shapes, and upkeep. The show is a comment on body image, and it becomes obvious that the taboos are not killed when we hear things like “ew, vaginas. That’s gross.” The show closes this weekend, so you should come by if you haven’t yet. 
A recent piece involving female artists who have a much more dramatic approach to body image than our show are interested in the same topic.

This was “Balancing on the Edge/Age,” a work addressing societal views of menopause and old age by Mexican artistRocio Boliver, also known as La Congeleda de Uva, with Spanish artist Begoña Grande. 

Hyperallergic reports that the show involved fishing line sewn through these naked women’s skin, who then pulled at one another to rip the flesh of the other lady while audiences looked on, sometimes sobbing uncontrollably. 
The piece became sexual, remained violent, and turned sad. Dripping a steady stream of blood, it culminated in an audience confrontation and kiss.
You can see the entire play-by-play here.
thinktankgallery:

A MUTILATION IN PERFORMANCE OF THE AGING BODY
We’re currently showing an exhibit involving 101 vaginas of various ages, shapes, and upkeep. The show is a comment on body image, and it becomes obvious that the taboos are not killed when we hear things like “ew, vaginas. That’s gross.” The show closes this weekend, so you should come by if you haven’t yet. 
A recent piece involving female artists who have a much more dramatic approach to body image than our show are interested in the same topic.

This was “Balancing on the Edge/Age,” a work addressing societal views of menopause and old age by Mexican artistRocio Boliver, also known as La Congeleda de Uva, with Spanish artist Begoña Grande. 

Hyperallergic reports that the show involved fishing line sewn through these naked women’s skin, who then pulled at one another to rip the flesh of the other lady while audiences looked on, sometimes sobbing uncontrollably. 
The piece became sexual, remained violent, and turned sad. Dripping a steady stream of blood, it culminated in an audience confrontation and kiss.
You can see the entire play-by-play here.
thinktankgallery:

A MUTILATION IN PERFORMANCE OF THE AGING BODY
We’re currently showing an exhibit involving 101 vaginas of various ages, shapes, and upkeep. The show is a comment on body image, and it becomes obvious that the taboos are not killed when we hear things like “ew, vaginas. That’s gross.” The show closes this weekend, so you should come by if you haven’t yet. 
A recent piece involving female artists who have a much more dramatic approach to body image than our show are interested in the same topic.

This was “Balancing on the Edge/Age,” a work addressing societal views of menopause and old age by Mexican artistRocio Boliver, also known as La Congeleda de Uva, with Spanish artist Begoña Grande. 

Hyperallergic reports that the show involved fishing line sewn through these naked women’s skin, who then pulled at one another to rip the flesh of the other lady while audiences looked on, sometimes sobbing uncontrollably. 
The piece became sexual, remained violent, and turned sad. Dripping a steady stream of blood, it culminated in an audience confrontation and kiss.
You can see the entire play-by-play here.
thinktankgallery:

A MUTILATION IN PERFORMANCE OF THE AGING BODY
We’re currently showing an exhibit involving 101 vaginas of various ages, shapes, and upkeep. The show is a comment on body image, and it becomes obvious that the taboos are not killed when we hear things like “ew, vaginas. That’s gross.” The show closes this weekend, so you should come by if you haven’t yet. 
A recent piece involving female artists who have a much more dramatic approach to body image than our show are interested in the same topic.

This was “Balancing on the Edge/Age,” a work addressing societal views of menopause and old age by Mexican artistRocio Boliver, also known as La Congeleda de Uva, with Spanish artist Begoña Grande. 

Hyperallergic reports that the show involved fishing line sewn through these naked women’s skin, who then pulled at one another to rip the flesh of the other lady while audiences looked on, sometimes sobbing uncontrollably. 
The piece became sexual, remained violent, and turned sad. Dripping a steady stream of blood, it culminated in an audience confrontation and kiss.
You can see the entire play-by-play here.
thinktankgallery:

A MUTILATION IN PERFORMANCE OF THE AGING BODY
We’re currently showing an exhibit involving 101 vaginas of various ages, shapes, and upkeep. The show is a comment on body image, and it becomes obvious that the taboos are not killed when we hear things like “ew, vaginas. That’s gross.” The show closes this weekend, so you should come by if you haven’t yet. 
A recent piece involving female artists who have a much more dramatic approach to body image than our show are interested in the same topic.

This was “Balancing on the Edge/Age,” a work addressing societal views of menopause and old age by Mexican artistRocio Boliver, also known as La Congeleda de Uva, with Spanish artist Begoña Grande. 

Hyperallergic reports that the show involved fishing line sewn through these naked women’s skin, who then pulled at one another to rip the flesh of the other lady while audiences looked on, sometimes sobbing uncontrollably. 
The piece became sexual, remained violent, and turned sad. Dripping a steady stream of blood, it culminated in an audience confrontation and kiss.
You can see the entire play-by-play here.
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smithsonian:

Now that Stephen Colbert is taking over Late Night from David Letterman, his portrait in our Museum of American History is even MORE of a national treasure
(via Portrait of Stephen Colbert | National Museum of American History)