rationalobjectivism:

little-sugar-kitten:

fuckyeah-nerdery:

ronfancy:

THEY HAVE NUBS INSTEAD OF LEGS.

THEIR TUMMIES ARE ALMOST TOUCHING THE GROUND.

MY HEART

LOOK AT THE PROUD MOM!

rationalobjectivism:

little-sugar-kitten:

fuckyeah-nerdery:

ronfancy:

THEY HAVE NUBS INSTEAD OF LEGS.

THEIR TUMMIES ARE ALMOST TOUCHING THE GROUND.

MY HEART

LOOK AT THE PROUD MOM!

ladylike-maniac:

fit-fierce-fab4ever:

60ibs-to-go:

My kind of marathon 

there’s another kind?

This is our life.

ladylike-maniac:

fit-fierce-fab4ever:

60ibs-to-go:

My kind of marathon 

there’s another kind?

This is our life.

asylum-art:

Limzy Wei: Flowergirls

artist on tumblr

Malaysian artist Lim Zhi Wei adorns her watercolors entitled “ Flowergirls” with real flowers, to a stunning effect.
knock-you-out:

Emile Hirsch as Jay Adams in Lords of Dogtown

knock-you-out:

Emile Hirsch as Jay Adams in Lords of Dogtown

Reblogged from Loca Como Tu Madre
jstn:

Don’t image search “ebola”, there’s plenty to never unsee.

It’s weird how menacing an untied shoelace can look, though.

jstn:

Don’t image search “ebola”, there’s plenty to never unsee.

It’s weird how menacing an untied shoelace can look, though.

Reblogged from JSTN
comotu-madre:

jamjars:

 

Want
Reblogged from Loca Como Tu Madre

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sanne de Wilde

Snow White

Albinos, like photographic material, are light sensitive. Light leaves an irreversible imprint on their body. By emphasizing this whiteness –by lack of pigment- the white beauty that makes them stand out, when captured in an image, almost makes them dissolve, consumed by the light. I try to present it as a fragile physical state, an unwanted mask, but at the same time as a powerful metaphor for the ‘other’. The ‘other’ consumed by its ‘mask’, defined by physical features determined by birth, not by choice, they have it in them to turn their fragility into a visual strength. They become a metaphor, a symbol for stereotypes; they magnify the erroneous idea of human weaknesses and physical fragility but also that of (un)earthly, breathtaking beauty.

In my work I try to discover and visualise how the fascination for the ‘other’ can mirror our own motives, become and interpretation of the maker’s view and a reflection of a voyeuristic society while revealing intriguing parts of human nature. I try to show how the subject in itself looks back at us.