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jean-luc-gohard:

The most dangerous thing society teaches boys and men, especially white boys and men, is that their emotions are objective logic and reason and that anyone who disagrees is being irrational.

lebaenese:

brokendildo:

lebaenese:

I could win Americas next top model tbh

there’s an animal category?

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mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

cosplayingwhileblack:

Character : Catwoman
Series : Batman Arkham City
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cosplayingwhileblack:

Character : Catwoman

Series : Batman Arkham City

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theatlantic:

The Writing on Mexican Walls Isn’t Graffiti — It’s ‘Vernacular Branding’

In central Mexico, walls are invitations to party. Since 1960, bardas de baile (loosely translated as “music walls”) have illuminated exurban and rural areas with colorful, hand-painted advertisements for music, dances, and carnivals. Although these work of homemade graphic design share some of the characteristics of graffiti, they are not tags - and they are tolerated by the authorities. The new book Mexican Wall Painting: Bardas De Baile (Ghost & Co., New York) by Patricia Cué, a designer and design teacher at San Diego State University, examines these expressive painted letterings and the subcultures that have developed around them.
Read more. [Image: Ghost & Co.]

theatlantic:

The Writing on Mexican Walls Isn’t Graffiti — It’s ‘Vernacular Branding’

In central Mexico, walls are invitations to party. Since 1960, bardas de baile (loosely translated as “music walls”) have illuminated exurban and rural areas with colorful, hand-painted advertisements for music, dances, and carnivals. Although these work of homemade graphic design share some of the characteristics of graffiti, they are not tags - and they are tolerated by the authorities. The new book Mexican Wall Painting: Bardas De Baile (Ghost & Co., New York) by Patricia Cué, a designer and design teacher at San Diego State University, examines these expressive painted letterings and the subcultures that have developed around them.

Read more. [Image: Ghost & Co.]