micdotcom:

Powerful portraits of the Liberians who beat Ebola 

To help humanize the overwhelming statistics, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and senior staff photographer at Getty Images, John Moore, visited an Ebola treatment center of the organization, Doctors Without Borders in Paynesville, Liberia. At the treatment center, survivors spoke about the brothers, sisters, husbands and wives they lost due to the disease. They also spoke of recovery, stigmas they continue to face in their villages and renewed hope.

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sven jonson

sven jonson

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  • Me: *minding my own business*
  • Will.i.am: hit it Fergie!
  • Me: ALL THE TIME I TURN AROUND BROTHER'S GATHER ROUND ALWAYS LOOKING AT ME UP AND DOWN LOOKING AT MY (UH) I JUST WANNA SAY IT NOW - I AINT TRYING TO ROUND UP DRAMA LITTLE MAMA I DONT WANNA TAKE YOUR MAN AND I KNOW IM COMING OFF JUST A LITTLE BIT CONCEITED AND I KEEP ON REPEATING HOW THE BOYS WANNA EAT IT BUT IM TRYIN TO TELL THAT I CANT BE TREATED LIKE CLIENTELE CUZ THEY SAY SHES DELICIOUS


Shirin Neshat with Sussan DeyhimLogic of the Birds2001


Shirin Neshat with Sussan Deyhim
Logic of the Birds
2001

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20aliens:

photorealismRalph Goings

20aliens:

photorealism
Ralph Goings

ellsworthsmelly:

tooombz:

Felix Gonzalez-TorresUntitled (Perfect Lovers) 1991. Clocks, paint on wall.
Untitled (Perfect Lovers) consists of two clocks, which start in synchronisation, and slowly, inevitably fall out of time due to the failure of the batteries and the nature of the mechanism. In a moving comment on his personal experiences, the piece refers to Gonzalez-Torres’ HIV positive partner Ross Laycock, and his slow decline and inevitable death due to AIDS. The clocks act as two mechanical heartbeats; representative of two lives destined to fall out of sync, and holds a poignant poetry about personal loss and the temporal nature of life.
“Don’t be afraid of the clocks, they are our time, time has been so generous to us…We conquered fate by meeting at a certain time in a certain space…we are synchronized, now forever. I love you.”

this is one of my favorite works ever

ellsworthsmelly:

tooombz:

Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Untitled (Perfect Lovers) 1991. Clocks, paint on wall.

Untitled (Perfect Lovers) consists of two clocks, which start in synchronisation, and slowly, inevitably fall out of time due to the failure of the batteries and the nature of the mechanism. In a moving comment on his personal experiences, the piece refers to Gonzalez-Torres’ HIV positive partner Ross Laycock, and his slow decline and inevitable death due to AIDS. The clocks act as two mechanical heartbeats; representative of two lives destined to fall out of sync, and holds a poignant poetry about personal loss and the temporal nature of life.

Don’t be afraid of the clocks, they are our time, time has been so generous to us…We conquered fate by meeting at a certain time in a certain space…we are synchronized, now forever. I love you.”

this is one of my favorite works ever

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na-kim:

Thankin about you. Na Kim, 2013

na-kim:

Thankin about you. Na Kim, 2013

velorums:

sleepy sad rain babes

iamjapanese:

Beth Ganz(American)
Bathometric 1    2014
Ink, Brush and ink on kozo shi paper
also

iamjapanese:

Beth Ganz(American)

Bathometric 1    2014

Ink, Brush and ink on kozo shi paper

also

great-ape-see:

Eleni Pratsi
untitled, ball point pen

great-ape-see:

Eleni Pratsi

untitled, ball point pen

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likeafieldmouse:

Yeong Ja Jung - Exposure on the Mirror (1980)

Images sent to me by EFEDRA, one of my top 5 favorite contemporary art & fashion blogs on Tumblr. Sheer class. 

Rookie » Editor's Letter

Forever is the state, exclusive to those between the ages of 13 and 17, in which one feels both eternally invincible and permanently trapped. 


Iceland, just the hint of the aurora looking out to the mountains beyond Thingvellir. A perfect night.

Iceland, just the hint of the aurora looking out to the mountains beyond Thingvellir. A perfect night.

lightspeedsound:

Bethann Hardison on racism in the fashion industry.

From About Face: Supermodels then and now

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