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curvellas:

there’s a huge undercurrent of progressive thinking black girls that are passionate about social justice, current events, beauty, entertainment etc and i intend to tap into that and write the handbook to our revolution.

vineayl:

your-fantasy-is-my-reality:

Rebloging just to fuck with everyone who looks at my blog on their laptop

this fucked with me
youngblackandvegan:

brownbootyextract:

beautyloveandsociety:

We’re going to a 70s themed party. I put the idea out there and we all executed beautifully, if I don’t say so myself. The Black Panther Party reincarnated.

WOAHMMYGOSH

here for it. so so here for it
sourcedumal:

Life motto
phototoartguy:

This Baby Squirrel Took A Bad Fall, So An Incredible Animal Rescue Gave Her A Wee Cast!
Photo credit: City Wildlife
jamarcoaaronshaw:

okay-jess:

aquateentaskforce:

bootyscientist:

That’s right, put in work
Move ya ass, go berserk!

Eat yo salad
No dessert

get that man you deserve

*autotune* It’s Kanye’s Workout Plan….
jasoniaistheway:

liberated-mind:

Priceless smiles of Rita Marley and Whoopi Goldberg (1993)

My heart😩

ghanailoveyou:

Paintings by Ghanaian artist Mark Buku

"I was born in September 1966. My parents are both artists yet my father, who is creative at whatever he does, is not a professional artist. I picked my artistic inspiration from my social milieu. My perception sharpened as I became critical of the world around me, but my academic training could not obliterate my earlier vision. 

I pursued painting at a university College of Art, and obtained BA (Art) Honors in 1994. I continued with a postgraduate program and obtained a Master of Fine Arts degree, from the same university, in 1997. 

"My paintings cover both ends of the spectrum – representation and abstraction. A syntheses of these develops with the use of figures, integrating formal components of traditional myths and all other components of art. My personal experiences and perceptions culminate in emotions, resulting in a tender and passionate temperament that finds expression on the canvas. I do this developing a symbolic language. Central to my work is the subject matter. Certain ideological, intellectual and formal concerns are shared. Emotion and thought sought visual devices and vocabularies, thus developing a symbolic technique, which continues to define my world of art. "

(via wakatomyhaters)

seraphica:

Maxim Shkret - Predators [via]

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geopsych:

June evening in the garden, 2013.

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18-15n-77-30w:

showstudio:

‘Hatstand’, Grace Bol in Philip Treacy and Michael Jackson tour costume directed by Nick Knight and Ruth Hogben, 2012

18° 15’ N, 77° 30’ W