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feministsupernatural:

royaltyfashion:

royalwatcher:

this picture is killing me

Everybody trying to help The Queen and then there’s Puttin

Putin doesn’t even try not to look like the villain from a James Bond movie.

feministsupernatural:

royaltyfashion:

royalwatcher:

this picture is killing me

Everybody trying to help The Queen and then there’s Puttin

Putin doesn’t even try not to look like the villain from a James Bond movie.


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vogue:

“You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together … and blow.”It took only two lines for Lauren Bacall to steal the hearts of America.Read our tribute to the film legend: http://vogue.cm/1yw4blG

vogue:

“You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together … and blow.”

It took only two lines for Lauren Bacall to steal the hearts of America.

Read our tribute to the film legend: http://vogue.cm/1yw4blG


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asylum-art:

Bedoodled – Photographic Doodles by Bas Waijers

on Behance
Bedoodled” a very cute photographic doodles series of Dutch illustrator
Bas Waijers, based in New York, who populate his pictures of the city with his small drawings in ballpoint pen. Another view of reality that allows him to flesh out his imagination.


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asylum-art:

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I hate people.


llbwwb:

Hedgehog in clover by Shelly Laver

llbwwb:

Hedgehog in clover by Shelly Laver


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(Source: thecutestofthecute)


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Endless List of Flawless Smiles
↪ Robin Williams (R.I.P., 1951-2014)


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asylum-art:

The photography of Phebe Schmidt

Phebe Schmidt is challenging our perception and digestion of the world around us, one pastel-hued, glossy photograph at a time. The Australia native bears a bold, pop style not unlike the work of Toilet Paper and Maurizio Cattelan, among several other influential contemporary photographers, but the driving force behind Schmidt’s work sets her apart (not to mention her cultivation of equally revolting and seductive imagery). She juxtaposes food with gore, disgust with desire, making the repulsive almost sensual, or tangible—we can nearly taste it—and vice versa. Utilizing the imagery and vocabulary of our digital age as her muse, she challenges every socialized norm from gender to beauty, sexuality to the food we consume. Often composed like glossy product shots, Schmidt perverts and interprets our culture as she sees it and spits it back to us. And as we’ve learned so many times before, it can be hard to look in the mirror.


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