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mataderoblues:

Guitarra negra 

mataderoblues:

Guitarra negra 

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self-xpression:

GOOD THING GONE BAD  I
copyright ©JUNE FERROL  All Rights Reserved

self-xpression:

GOOD THING GONE BAD  I

copyright ©JUNE FERROL  All Rights Reserved

2headedsnake:

Louise Cattrell
‘Arial’, 2004
oil on linen

2headedsnake:

Louise Cattrell

‘Arial’, 2004

oil on linen

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dailyactress:

Marianne Faithfull

dailyactress:

Marianne Faithfull

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instagram:

Making Up the Music with @stephanie_fernandez

To see more of Stephanie’s makeup looks follow @stephanie_fernandez on Instagram.

"What started out as a day at home experimenting with makeup has become my career aspiration and ultimately the love of my life,” says 19-year-old Louisiana Instagrammer Stephanie Fernandez (@stephanie_fernandez), who often acts as makeup artist, model and photographer for each of her makeup sessions. “I know my face and body better than anyone, so it is a very familiar canvas,” she explains.

Stephanie defines her makeup style as colorfully creepy. “The gory and creepy side of my style is influenced by my passion for horror movies and psychological thrillers,” she says. “Most of my makeup is also heavily influenced by music. I love to be able to create and see what I am hearing and feeling. I simply see it in my mind’s eye, and my hands do the rest.”

Stephanie’s dreams are as colorful and eclectic as her work. “I would love to do high-fashion makeup for NYC Fashion Week. I would love to have at least 100 art shows before I die. I would love to direct movies and creative direct music videos as well as open a studio to create SFX masks, canvas pieces and explore other media. I have no limits. My mind is constantly moving. I want to do it all.”

euo:

Geoffroy de Boismenu- A Short History of Sex

euo:

Geoffroy de Boismenu- A Short History of Sex

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gallowhill:

Al-Shaheed Monument, Baghdad, 1988

gallowhill:

Al-Shaheed Monument, Baghdad, 1988

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design-is-fine:

Ellsworth Kelly, Yellow White, 1961

design-is-fine:

Ellsworth Kelly, Yellow White, 1961

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artruby:

Swoon by Alexandria McCrosky currently at auction via Paddle8’s Paddles On London auction. 

artruby:

Swoon by Alexandria McCrosky currently at auction via Paddle8’s Paddles On London auction

“And how odd it is
to be haunted by someone
that is still alive.”

– I Guess the Old You is a Ghost (#589: June 25, 2014)

(Source: write2014, via wrists)

I need you now Victor.
The big brother called with a stern voice from the
darker, just now, strangely, convincingly frightening, unforeseable darkness.
We both heard the tone. It screwed our soul and
poisoned the linoleum floor.
Stuck in between, my little brother gripped my arm. One eye closed and his teeth glaring through his raspberry lips he scrunched his face up and roared, “I need you”.
There was like a war going on between his conscious and subconscious. He let go. Spun. I nee you. He needs you now. I need you. I need. I need you now. Noow. The anger in his voice worried me. But, conscious of the stimulus which had provoked him, I let it rest. I let hi, mingle. Let him process. Swaying compulsively in confluence in the ripples of the burst the meditation slowing became song. In the doorway, hands moving in the shape of a dancer preparing for a pirouette, each foot placed pm either side of the division, he transformed the roar into the most loving symphony. Tunes of coexistence filled my space and the bunker of a basement laundry room. His eyes shone as a remarkable I meed you floated towards my heart. Victor had through, exposing his self and utilising his subconscious, occupied his surroundings and expanded his eye to recognise the love in the, at first sight, hostile exclaim. I need you was no longer a limiting attempt to colonise another but evidence of the brothers coexistence and interdependency. Despite the authoritarian mark initially selected the boy managed to step outside of the binary and choose possibility over fear.