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I'm Alex. I've been an earthling for 22 years.

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  1. elastique:

    Picture an Arab Man is a portrait series photographed by  Tamara Abdul. She says: 

    The conceptual aim of this portrait series is two-fold: Trying to uncover and break the stereotypes placed upon the arab male, and providing an alternative visual representation of that identity. Secondly, it is a celebration of their sensual beauty, an unexplored aspect of the identity of the contemporary Arab man, on the cusp of change in a society that reveres an out-dated form of hyper-masculinity.

     
     
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  5. elle-il-eux:

    Alfred Eisenstaedt - Farewell to departing troops at New York’s Penn Station, April 1943.

    I can’t deal with how much I love these.

     
     
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  8. I am the healthiest girl in the world 😒

    I am the healthiest girl in the world 😒

     
     
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  11. whats-simple-is-true:

illustration from “The Little Green Road to Fairyland” 

    whats-simple-is-true:

    illustration from “The Little Green Road to Fairyland” 

     
     
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  13. theniftyfifties:

Eddie Cochran

    theniftyfifties:

    Eddie Cochran

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  14. dreamalittlebiggerblog:

    Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam is a crochet artist from Japan who makes gigantic crochet installations that act as both art and playgrounds. Toshiko’s installation art, once mistaken by children for a playground, suddenly found new life and she began working on many playgrounds in Japan. To learn more, visit Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam’s bio.

     
     
  15. thefinalimage:

    Experimental Cinema of the 1920s and ’30s

    Four of the images featured above are the closing images to films by Man Ray, American artist and contributor to the Surrealist and Dada movements. (Full list…)