newyorker:

A look at photographs from James Casebere’s “Landscape with Houses,” a series that was triggered by the mortgage crisis: http://nyr.kr/1gk3oQr

“At first, the picture appears to be of a well-groomed, suburban neighborhood, complete a with pastel sunset. But, in fact, it’s of a tiny model town, painstakingly built by hand, using plaster, wood, cardboard and, cheesecloth.”

“Landscape with Houses (Dutchess County, NY) #8” (2010).
All images courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York.

newyorker:

A look at photographs from James Casebere’s “Landscape with Houses,” a series that was triggered by the mortgage crisis: http://nyr.kr/1gk3oQr

“At first, the picture appears to be of a well-groomed, suburban neighborhood, complete a with pastel sunset. But, in fact, it’s of a tiny model town, painstakingly built by hand, using plaster, wood, cardboard and, cheesecloth.”

“Landscape with Houses (Dutchess County, NY) #8” (2010).

All images courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York.

bobabobafett:

unexplained-events:

Oldest Mask
The oldest mask in the world, around 9000 years old.

bobabobafett:

unexplained-events:

Oldest Mask

The oldest mask in the world, around 9000 years old.

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women: can u not touch our butts without knowing if we're okay with it?
men: modern feminism has gone TOO FAR. we already gave you THE VOTE and JOBS and now you're OPPRESSING US by assuming we're all RAPISTS. PATRIARCHY IS NOT REAL B/C NOT ALL MEN.
Beautiful.

Beautiful.

malefactoria:

Held up a movie theater audience at gunpoint during a showing of “Bambi.”

malefactoria:

Held up a movie theater audience at gunpoint during a showing of “Bambi.”

genderfluidstrider:

can i trade in my reproductive organs for video games and electronics

Have you ever been so horny you’re mad about it

thevelvetunderrground:

this was a while ago now but we found a lake and flowers in the bushes and it was so pretty

"Sorry, I can’t come out tonight my schedule is crazy."

davewatt:

Medusa  //  Dw 2014

davewatt:

Medusa  //  Dw 2014

the-goddamazon:

takingbackourculture:

Can we all just once again laugh at how badly white people want to white-wash Kemet (ancient Egypt)?
This was years ago but this thought came up. The picture above is supposedly—to white people—how King Tutankhamun looked like. This is a reconstruction of this young pharaoh who ruled in an advanced civilization 3,000 years ago in Africa, where—no matter how hard they want to ignore this fact—humankind began. 
Apparently, the Swiss who created this reconstruction, claim that the famous King Tut belongs to a certain genetics profile group that “… more than 50 per cent of all men in Western Europe belong, indicating that they share a common ancestor”. 
Apparently white people love to believe they came from the Caucasus mountains, where the blood line of King Tut—again a young pharaoh who ruled in Africa—started 9,500 years ago, according to these Swiss cheeses.
Of course these Swiss army knives don’t have that much proof to back up that theory. It’s ridiculous what white people will say to make sure that Ancient Egypt wasn’t created and ruled by Black people.
- Jess
P.S: What about these depictions of King Tut during his time three thousand years ago?





White people want Egypt so. Fucking. Bad. Like they want to claim that shit so much.
They can’t claim Sumeria or Persia or any of the other Ancient Civilizations of that time except Rome and Greece.
But they love the romanticized notions of Egypt so much they WANT to claim that.
But they can’t!

the-goddamazon:

takingbackourculture:

Can we all just once again laugh at how badly white people want to white-wash Kemet (ancient Egypt)?

This was years ago but this thought came up. The picture above is supposedly—to white people—how King Tutankhamun looked like. This is a reconstruction of this young pharaoh who ruled in an advanced civilization 3,000 years ago in Africa, where—no matter how hard they want to ignore this fact—humankind began. 

Apparently, the Swiss who created this reconstruction, claim that the famous King Tut belongs to a certain genetics profile group that “… more than 50 per cent of all men in Western Europe belong, indicating that they share a common ancestor”. 

Apparently white people love to believe they came from the Caucasus mountains, where the blood line of King Tut—again a young pharaoh who ruled in Africa—started 9,500 years ago, according to these Swiss cheeses.

Of course these Swiss army knives don’t have that much proof to back up that theory. It’s ridiculous what white people will say to make sure that Ancient Egypt wasn’t created and ruled by Black people.

- Jess

P.S: What about these depictions of King Tut during his time three thousand years ago?

White people want Egypt so. Fucking. Bad. Like they want to claim that shit so much.

They can’t claim Sumeria or Persia or any of the other Ancient Civilizations of that time except Rome and Greece.

But they love the romanticized notions of Egypt so much they WANT to claim that.

But they can’t!