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miss-sakamoto:

I don’t give a shit what this article say, I will never stop seducing men by bellowing at them with my megaphone

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japaneseaesthetics:

"Prayer".  Contemporary glasswork. Kyoto, Japan

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bagmilk:

dslubes:

macintush:

"BLESS THIS POST"

shut up

"WHY DOESNT THIS HAVE MORE NOTES"

shut up

"ITS BACK"

shut up

"reblogging again"

shut up

"this"

shut up

"finally someone said it"

shut up

finally someone said it omg bless this post i’m reblogging again…

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texasuberalles:

mysticmoonhigh:

rubee:

what the fuck how is he putting his arm through the cat and it doesn’t even care

You clearly don’t own a cat

Cat’s name must be No-Clip.

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inmydreamsofcolor:

Can we talk about Face Off

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because look at this shit

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Fucking gorgeous

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This is art

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people create all of this

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over the span of three days

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and it looks so incredible

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and every one of the pieces are so unique

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this is all silicone, foam, and paint

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all put together to create these characters

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it blows my mind

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I am astounded

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the amount of detail in some of these

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Makeup is so fucking rad

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Face Off, guys

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comicsalliance:

GENE LUEN YANG TO COMIC CREATORS: DON’T LET FEAR STOP YOU FROM WRITING DIVERSE CHARACTERS

By Matt D. Wilson

In a speech at the National Book Festival at the Library of Congress last weekend, The Shadow Hero writer Gene Luen Yang threw down the gauntlet.

Yang challenged comics creators to overcome their fears of bring criticized for inaccurately portraying characters who are different from them — in terms of race, gender, or other identifying factors. In brief, he told writers to do some research and get it right, but first and foremost to step outside themselves.

Here’s a brief excerpt:

We’re afraid of writing characters different from ourselves because we’re afraid of getting it wrong. We’re afraid of what the Internet might say.

This fear can be a good thing if it drives us to do our homework, to be meticulous in our cultural research. But this fear crosses the line when we become so intimidated that we quietly make choices against stepping out of our own identities.

After all, our job as writers is to step out of ourselves, and to encourage our readers to do the same.


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bakamitaii:

140916 Seto Koji’s Blog 2

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bakamitaii:

140916 Seto Koji’s Blog

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taishou-kun:

blackcoffeecinnamon:

Yamakawa Shuuhou (1898-1944) 山川秀峰
’Nunozarashi’ Dancer 布ざらし、1936

Yamakawa Shuuhou 山川秀峰 (1898-1944)’Nunozarashi’ Dancer 布ざらし - 1936

taishou-kun:

blackcoffeecinnamon:

Yamakawa Shuuhou (1898-1944) 山川秀峰

’Nunozarashi’ Dancer 布ざらし、1936

Yamakawa Shuuhou 山川秀峰 (1898-1944)’Nunozarashi’ Dancer 布ざらし - 1936

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jdoramaid:

GTO 2014 Cranked Up Filming

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fashionsfromhistory:

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Jean Paul Gaultier

1990s

IMA

Isn’t it a shower curtain with tie-backs?

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