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statuemania:

Bronze winged feminine figure

by Adolfo Apolloni,  1904,

Calcagno family burial monument, Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa, Italy.

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suckybl0g:

The Made Shop - The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories (2012)

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mashable:

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misantropaculia:

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Perfect gif to describe the reaction

Whoa!

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euo:

Truth will set your free but not until it is finished with you.
David Foster Wallace  
Mikko Kourinki

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curvellas:

keep in mind many men don’t really like women, they like the high regard afforded them by other men when seen with a certain kind of woman. they like the confirmations of their masculinity and sexual prowess when engaging physically with a woman, and they like the ego boost of being attractive to many women. but they do. not. like. women.

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farewell-kingdom:

Ton Nolles - Abdij Villers-la-Ville

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medievalpoc:

black-culture:

Kehinde Wiley’s paintings often blur the boundaries between traditional and contemporary modes of representation. Rendered in a realistic mode–while making references to specific Old Master paintings–Wiley creates a fusion of period styles, ranging from French Rococo, Islamic architecture and West African textile design to urban hip hop and the “Sea Foam Green” of a Martha Stewart Interiors color swatch. Wiley’s slightly larger than life size figures are depicted in a heroic manner, as their poses connote power and spiritual awakening. Wiley’s portrayal of masculinity is filtered through these poses of power and spirituality.

Contemporary Art Week!

Kehinde Wiley official website

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