pussylesqueer:

natalie dormer

girls don’t like boys, they like time travel and Natalie Dormer pussylesqueer:

natalie dormer

girls don’t like boys, they like time travel and Natalie Dormer pussylesqueer:

natalie dormer

girls don’t like boys, they like time travel and Natalie Dormer pussylesqueer:

natalie dormer

girls don’t like boys, they like time travel and Natalie Dormer

pussylesqueer:

natalie dormer

girls don’t like boys, they like time travel and Natalie Dormer

Rachel, is that you????? Rachel, is that you????? Rachel, is that you????? Rachel, is that you?????

vienna-city:

wien.

Vienna, just a little blurry.

slowartday:

Mary March

"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.
No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.
They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]

slowartday:

Mary March

"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.
No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.
They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]

slowartday:

Mary March

"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.
No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.
They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]

slowartday:

Mary March

"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.
No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.
They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]

slowartday:

Mary March

"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.
No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.
They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]

slowartday:

Mary March

"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.
No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.
They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]

slowartday:

Mary March

"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.

No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.

They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]

(via becauseiamawoman)

returnofthejudai:

Perhaps the most infuriating kind of anti-semite in the anti-zionist movement is the kind who acts out of White colonial guilt. Why? Because they deny their own culpability in the perpetuation of anti-semitism; choosing one of their ancestors’ evils over all others as the…

yes this is important 

humansofnewyork:

"I didn’t know a thing about contemporary art before I met her."

“I can’t abandon
the person I used to be
so I carry her”
— 365 Days of Haiku, Day #123 (via cityandcolourblind)

(via cityandcolourblind)