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recommend and good reads??(-:

oh man this is rough. Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was a featured book by my school this year and I read it and actually loved it. it provides an amazing point of view on race in America and I’d recommend it to anyone



expectopatronums:

shittymeadows:

So fucking beautiful

IT’S SO HAPPY

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kaleidosc0pe-eyes:

biteme-derekhale:

blaueschmetterling:

freckled-tree:

misscokebottleglasses:

Hey remember that one time I didn’t give a fuck what assholes thought and I decided to wear whatever the fuck I want because I’m pretty damn cute? Cuz I sure do.

Jesus christ your cute

high waisted shorts are for everyone they can go cry in a corner and sob they’re obviously jealous you look hella cute

Oh my gosh you’re super pretty

you go gurrl


asylum-art:

Henrique Oliveira

In the world of contemporary art, when you ask an artist about the messages that he/she is trying to convey, you are most likely to receive a pompous answer/just another boring cliché. This was not the case with Henrique Oliveira, the Brazilian emerging artist known for his spatial wooden pieces whose irregular forms devour large spaces which give you the sense that you are actually inhabiting someone’s body.  His answer had no unnecessary use of any conceptual lingo. ”I believe that the message is never art itself, but instead, the lack of a message is a characteristic that makes some creations interesting to me,” he says, adding ”my works may propose a spatial experience, an aesthetic feeling, a language development and many more nominations to refer to the relation it establishes with the viewer. But, any attempt to find a message would fail.”.


moirabateman:

At Aundshog Viking Burial Ground at Vasteras Sweden. Dating between 600-1000 AD. Consists of five different sets of standing stones in the outline shape of Viking ships. The area has been inhabited since about 500 BC.