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Nairi. 23. Female. Los Angeles Native. Professional Daydreamer. Sapiosexual. Rebel by Nature. Peaceful Anarchist.

the PEEPHOLE TO MY SOUL

asylum-art:

The Gruesome Works of Naoki Sasayama  

These paintings by Naoki Sasayama recount, in stark realism, gruesome destruction and deaths.  Sasayama’s work is dealing with the facets of life and includes allusions to social and cultural ideas.  His technical ability and craving for the complex are also in the upper echelons making for a secure position of someone doing something no one else is doing.

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antonimus:

Antonio LeeOil and acrylic on canvas. 96cm x 123cm

antonimus:

Antonio Lee
Oil and acrylic on canvas. 96cm x 123cm

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stunningpicture:

Chinese doctors bowing down to a 11 year old boy diagnosed with brain cancer who managed to save several lives by donating his organs to the hospital he was being treated in shortly before his death.

stunningpicture:

Chinese doctors bowing down to a 11 year old boy diagnosed with brain cancer who managed to save several lives by donating his organs to the hospital he was being treated in shortly before his death.

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sharontates:

Jane Greer, 1946. Photographed by Peter Stackpole

(Source: vintagesonia, via luvviawifi)


koorik:

Jo In Hyuk

koorik:

Jo In Hyuk

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'2AM on the subway'. Photograph taken by Igor Mukhin.

'2AM on the subway'. Photograph taken by Igor Mukhin.

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theatlantic:

For Shame: The Giant Poster That Shows Drone Pilots the People They’re Bombing

A new project, initiated by a collective of artists from around the world including the French JR, has tried to reach the people pulling the trigger in America’s drone wars—the drone operators themselves.
It’s called “Not A Bug Splat,” and its gets its name from the term drone operators use for a successful “kill,” because—in the pixelated grayscale of the drone camera—ending a human life looks like squashing a bug.
Read more. [Image: Not a Bug Splat]

theatlantic:

For Shame: The Giant Poster That Shows Drone Pilots the People They’re Bombing

A new project, initiated by a collective of artists from around the world including the French JR, has tried to reach the people pulling the trigger in America’s drone wars—the drone operators themselves.

It’s called “Not A Bug Splat,” and its gets its name from the term drone operators use for a successful “kill,” because—in the pixelated grayscale of the drone camera—ending a human life looks like squashing a bug.

Read more. [Image: Not a Bug Splat]

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(Source: prty2, via tiit)


fohk:

untitled by ponydream on Flickr.

fohk:

untitled by ponydream on Flickr.

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