davidesky2:

Geometric art by Andy Gilmore, via Colossal.

(Source: bobbyfinger)

acciobenedictcumberbatch:

kcsplace:

zemael:

I don’t really think I’m that good at anatomy (or females) but this is quite a popular request so… I’m making a tutorial, and this is the part to show you what NOT to do with your fellow humans. More coming… eventually.

I suck at breast variations, but I try; see this page for awesome references: x

I cannot explain how much I love this post - Because of charming congenital problems, my spine actually IS shaped like the don’t ‘ and I can speak for the fact that that it is painful, sucks and requries many many excrutiating surgeries to even begin to fix it. We aren’t meant to be shaped that way. So don’t draw or portray women in that way.  Because those of us unfortunate to be shaped that way don’t want to be sexualised for being in agony. Just saying. 

Yes. Thank you. Also some ladies really do have thigh gaps and hips that poke out of their skin but not all ladies, and please consider that when you’re drawing women for your comics or whatever.PLEASE JUST LEAVE ROOM FOR GODDAMN ORGANS, THANK YOU.

death-by-lulz:

tastefullyoffensive:

Movie Posters Recreated with Comic Sans and Clip Art

(Source: oystermag)

The term boy is reserved for young males, bellhops, and car attendants, and as a putdown to those males judged inferior. “Boy” connotes immaturity and powerlessness.
On the other hand, women of all ages may be called “girls.” Grown females “play bridge with the girls” and indulge in “girl talk.” They are encouraged to remain childlike, and the implication is that they are basically immature and without power.

setbabiesonfire:

Photoset of an African tribeswoman and a western female journalist comparing breasts.

(Source: nevver)

Chris Arnade Photography: Things found in crack house

arnade:

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The house has been used by addicts for almost five years. The front door is littered with citations from the department of sanitation and the department of buildings.

Nobody will ever read them.

Chains and the remains of past chains drape off of every opening. Entering now…

allairebartelphotography:

Small project of the day…I think I like it?

allairebartelphotography:

Small project of the day…I think I like it?

(Source: teachmeloveplz)

menburnstars:

 

Andy Warhol in his studio with Elvis Presley Print (New York, 1962), Evelyn Hofer

menburnstars:

 

Andy Warhol in his studio with Elvis Presley Print (New York, 1962), Evelyn Hofer