You’re cute. Can I make you moan?
Lenny and his father Sy.
Dove subversive photoshop ‘app’
Four for you Dove. You go Dove.
BEST. AD. EVER.
CANADA I KNOW WE DON’T SAY THIS ENOUGH
BUT YOU’RE ACTUALLY PRETTY AWESOME OKAY
*GOES OUT AND BUYS DOVE*
Dove is produced by the same people that produce douche-dudebro, “spray this and hot women will have sex with you” Axe body spray. They don’t give a shit about women’s body issues, they’re just making more profit off of making you feel like shit in the first place.
This black-and-white portrait of Nelson Mandela looking at his reflection in a hand-held mirror, by photographer Adrian Steirn as part of a series of 21 portraits of South African icons, has just made history.
Bought by a private art collector in New York for $200,000 (which will be donated to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital and the World Wildlife Fund), it has now officially become the highest price ever paid for a local South African portrait.
The buyer, who remains anonymous, said about the portrait: “I am honored to own what has already become an iconic image of one of the greatest statesmen the world has ever known. In a single frame the photographer has captured the essence of dignity, principle, conviction and courage in this great man from whose life’s work and dedication to a greater cause we all have much to learn, and by which I am inspired daily.”
Steirn’s intentions with the portrait was to depict “a man reflecting on his life. As he reflects on his life, we reflect on his legacy and our future.”
when your friend curses in front of your parents
YOU GOTTA FIGHT………….FOR YOUR RIGHT…………….to have basic reproductive rights and control over your body there is no punchline here it is literally 2013 and white republican men are still breaking rules so that you can’t own your vagina.
“Andrew Groves’ MA graduation collection from Central Saint Martins in 1997 was called Ordinary Madness and was inspired by turn-of-the-century drawings by the mentally ill. There were pieces studded with four-inch nails whose points projected outwards from the garments and a skirt covered in two thousand dressmakers’ pins. Groves’ first runway presentation after graduation, his Spring–Summer 1998 collection, was called Status? and was based on the idea of disease, specifically on the internal decay of a society consumed with visual images of external perfection epitomised by the beauty of the supermodel. It featured 1980s shoulder lines and complicated thread work to simulate decay. Groves said, ‘I wanted to show what was inside that was eating the clothes away’.
The narrative of Groves’ show was based on the idea of women who were beamed down from outer space and looked like perfect, untouchable mannequins but who were in fact rotting inside: the clothes were deconstructed, representing decay and disease. As a final gesture, a model opened her cotton wadding jacket to release a swarm of five hundred flies over the fashion journalists seated in the front row, causing horror and outrage. ‘Flies trapped inside a Jacket’ contained within it the disturbing idea that the flies were feeding on the model.”
when slow human walk in front of fast human bad thing happen
It really bothers me when people say with conviction that “white people are the enemy.” No, ignorance is the enemy. White people have done many terrible things as a general demographic with misplaced power…
Students for Justice in Palestine at College of Staten Island, demonstrate in front of the Library as a part of Palestine’s ‘Right to education week” or R2ew, after screening “To shoot an Elephant” to commemorate the coming anniversary of the 2008 israeli military assault on the Gaza strip.