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introvert-loser:

Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” in one painting

introvert-loser:

Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” in one painting

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dopematters:

I’m here for it

dopematters:

I’m here for it

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reservoirofquality:

Back to my chunky soled roots

reservoirofquality:

Back to my chunky soled roots

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shediedofperfection:


Cogshall mangoes


that looks so good, like itll give me some type of powers or some shit

shediedofperfection:

Cogshall mangoes

that looks so good, like itll give me some type of powers or some shit

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fapskins:

kobe like “god damn this little nigga can jump”

fapskins:

kobe like “god damn this little nigga can jump”

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asylum-art:

Murat Germen: Facsimile

Eternal hierarchy: religion & capital are always on top, 2012

"Cities may seem to grow only upwards, but they actually accommodate two different worlds: First being the obvious Überland, the city over the ground level; and the other Unterland, the underground. Even though soundly developed metropolises have a very intricate and large underground infrastructure, the most lived, experienced and perceived urban world appears to be the one above: Überland. Unterland is usually ignored, misperceived, underestimated and not particularly pleasing by many; since the times we spend in the Unterland is usually temporary and we do not reside there."

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mizzjade:

yarrahs-life:

American History 101

True life: I got kicked out of class in the third grade for bringing this up.

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runawayerotica:

partialboner: Karel Ludwig, Composition, 1977

runawayerotica:

partialboner: Karel Ludwig, Composition, 1977

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