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zoomwitch:

number-one-mollusc-fan:

snerky:

incredible

holy shit

look at this

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Anonymous asked:

I saw your text post saying that snape wasn't obsessed with lily and just wondered if you could explain why you think that? I disagree and so I'm interested to hear your thoughts about it

shady-brain-farm:

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muggleprincess:

This might be one of my favourite things i’ve found on here. God bless.

i’m sorry but this is just bullshit. tw for discussion of rape culture, mentions of stalking and sexual assault.

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everythingmasseffect:

drunk-quarian:

myresin:

athousandstarstodreamon:

This is what I spend my time doing??

Fuck I love IMVU sometimes. I’m literally gasping for air.

Twerking turians…

THIS IS MY FAVORITE VIDEO OF ALL TIME I COULD WATCH IT FOREVER

Every time I hear this song I’m going to think of Garrus twerking.

asylum-art:

Art Focus:Adam Lupton
For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks
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asylum-art:

Art Focus:Adam Lupton
For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks
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asylum-art:

Art Focus:Adam Lupton
For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks
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asylum-art:

Art Focus:Adam Lupton
For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks
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asylum-art:

Art Focus:Adam Lupton
For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks
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asylum-art:

Art Focus:Adam Lupton
For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks
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asylum-art:

Art Focus:Adam Lupton

For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks


patrick-o-brien:

David Altmejd has to be one of my absolute favorite sculptors. His works deal primarily with the cyclical nature of deterioration and rebirth, which is very apparent in his figurative sculptures, which depict colorful viscera and organic material springs from washed out corpses. He’s also very prominently recognized for his practice of object through action. Most notably of this practice are his massive plaster installations where relief is carved into the walls to form waves, and as they crest, they morph into the hands that initially carved them.To me, pieces like Wave are indicative of the overarching characteristic of his work, in that he leaves evidence of the hand and the fluidity of his materials.

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