catsbeaversandducks:

Having some “me time” is very important in order to keep you relaxed and confident in yourself.

Photos via Photogenic Felines

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ceramicsnow:

Andréa Keys Connell: …Gently Down The Stream…, 2012

This work began with a simple observation: newspaper photos depicting individuals – whether confronted with natural disasters, war, or engaged in protest – often shared a similar expressiveness, body language, and composition.

These images of people with anguished faces and strained bodies, recurring again and again, become, in their repetition, timeless and interchangeable. But the insistent beat of time moves the individual past the captured image. And what seems interchangeable is often a truly singular and defining event for the person in question. In attempting to return to the memory of that moment they become captive to it.

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ceramicsnow:

Andréa Keys Connell: The Pursuit of Hercules, 2011

This piece expands on themes from a previous installation that dealt with inter-generational trauma, i.e., the unresolved affects of trauma that have been passed on from one generation to the next. I wanted to further explore the nature of trauma, this time specifically in relation to archetypes of heroism and the heroic’s relationship to violence. 

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schmorganlisa:

An abandoned Victorian tree house somewhere is South Florida

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hoppip:

Cube kittyyyy

hoppip:

Cube kittyyyy


thecomicsvault:

"TELL TALE COMIC STRIP BALLOONS"
Art by Bob Clarke
Words by Don Edwing 
MAD Magazine #160 (July 1973)

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altcomix:

nanni00:

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Fantastic use of paneling here.

altcomix:

nanni00:

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Fantastic use of paneling here.

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troll-bridge:

freeteddybearhugs:

3ridan:

do you ever look around at the big crowds of people around you and realize everyone has a story and memories and family and troubles and achievements and a first kiss and a broken heart but you’ll never know any of it and every human life is really intricate and expansive but oh they’ve walked into a shop and you’ll never see them again and you’ll never know just what they were thinking 

I think about this a lot

There’s a word for this:

image

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nevver:

People of the Twenty-First Century, Hans Eijkelboom

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