vanehwasreal:

me and my friends asked to act casual for a picture

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pleaseexcusemyqueerness:

86thatshit:

iverbz:

brownglucose:

imsoshive:

She on beat like a muhhfucka

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shoutout to her for being so positive while going through chemo

you know she was only fuckin with niggas for years

I’ll smash straight up.

The world needs to see this


zerostatereflex:

Tangible Media

MIT’s Tangible Media is coming along nicely,

"Almost like a table of living clay, the inFORM is a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, allowing users to not only interact with digital content in meatspace, but even hold hands with a person hundreds of miles away. And that’s only the beginning."

Anonymous asked:
Just discovered that you're black. Gross. Unfollowed.

freshest-tittymilk:

krazykoolaid:

patchoulihou-knowledge:

Anime Weekend Atlanta - Dave Chappelle cosplay - Prince playing Basketball

This shit was hilarious. The way he got the pose of extending the ball out to you down…..It was amazing.

Do you want some pancakes, charlie murphy?

GAME…Blouses.

Shit you wont see at a canadian con…


fangirl-is-a-lifestyle:

benedoodle-cumberpoodle:

ayantiel:

ofhorriblesanity:

forsciencejohn:

I AM SO HAPPY THIS POST EXISTS

ALL THE BABIES.

I love how with most of them you can sorta see the similarities
and then there’s Martin

…. !@#$%^&* hasn’t changed at all

MARTIN FREEMAN LOOKS EXACTLY THE SAME!!

their haircuts are all so terrible

(Source: gerlonso814)


thevisualboard:

aadatart:

EXHIBITION: New Work by Lakin Ogunbanwo, Oct 8 - Nov 15, 2014

WHATIFTHEWORLD introduces its first exhibition with Lakin Ogunbanwo. Working at the confluence of fashion photography and classical portraiture, young Nigerian photographer Lakin Ogunbanwo creates enigmatic portraits with an erotic and subversive undertone. His subjects exist defiantly in the frame often masked by shadow, drapery and foliage. His use of vibrant flat colour and bold compositions form a more minimalist homage to the african studio photography popular in the 1960s and 70’s.

Pop. Fashion. Vogue. Ogunbanwo’s camera looks with the gaze of one curious of the language of desire. His images celebrate the sculptural nature of the body. The texture of a scar, hair or clothing are agents to draw our awareness to the body as a form, sculpted by light and muscle and clothing. The lustre of skin is enhanced through oiling and juxtaposes the naked with the clothed. Ogunbanwo’s figures are sculpted by light and framed as objects by the camera reminiscent of Robert Mapplethorp or Man Ray. Rather than colour, it is light that defines Ogunbanwo’s images. 

-African & Afro-Diasporan Art Talks

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