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Hey there.

I am twenty and like stuff, and shall be posting stuff about the stuff I like.

DANGER: may contain traces of nuts.

Also, I draw and paint. Sometimes. A lot. So I guess you'll see some of that, too.
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is this testing whether i’m a replicant or a lesbian, mr. deckard?

is this testing whether i’m a replicant or a lesbian, mr. deckard?

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arthurdactylus:

A parlour game suggestion from a nineteeth-century book of “indoor amusements”. Sounds fun to me.

arthurdactylus:

A parlour game suggestion from a nineteeth-century book of “indoor amusements”. Sounds fun to me.

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notalkingplz:

The Blatantly Ignorant as to How Death Works Knight

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kat-rampant:

WITCH FASHION WITH FAMILIARS I’M SO FUCKING HERE FOR THIS

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artphotocollector:

"I dream of an Africa which is in peace with itself."—Madiba

Jackie Nickerson’s solo exhibition, Terrain, opens tomorrow at the Jack Shainman Gallery here in NYC and will run until the 15th of February. Nickerson is a skilled commercial photographer who, in 1996, accepted an invitation to visit Zimbabwe. Like many others, she was captivated; three weeks turned into four years and a life-long connection with the country and the continent.

I am new to Nickerson’s photographs, but immediately sense the integrity, and the yearning for beauty. These portraits, which like any good work, are collaborative and emotive, have a soft-spoken and quiet richness that reveals itself subtly. For anyone who has had the good fortune to travel in southern Africa, Nickerson’s lovely attention to the land and the light will make you smile. Her subjects are everyday people, and so are we. —Lane Nevares

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