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  2. waterbuckboy:

    travelthisworld:

    Cataratas

    Iguazu Falls | by David Rochas

    I’ve been here!

     
  3. judgmentalmaps:

    Denver, CO 
    by Trent Gillaspie

    Trent Gillaspie Copr. 2013. All Rights Reserved.

     
  4. meghan-in-motion:

    Super excited about getting to tattoo Sora last night!!

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  5. tincek-marincek:

    Heaven VS Hell by tincek-marincek

    And this is my newest art. I drew him with colors from beginning till the end. I did few concepts and I experimented a lot with composition. At first this drawing was portrait format. But then I decided to make it bigger and I did it in landscape format. I chosen central composition, but I still wanted that character looks dynamic. More info you can check on link above.

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    shubbabang:

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    ITS SO CUTE I HAVE TO REBLOG IT AGAINN

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  10. fuckyeahmobydick:

    Floating Whales by RHADS

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  12. 2headedsnake:

    Erin Kelso aka bluefooted

    (Source: bluefooted.deviantart.com)

     
  13. stormbornvalkyrie:

     Daenerys Stormborn, Princess of Dragonstone & Queen of Meereen [x]

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  14. "

    The ad was in a women’s magazine and if I remember correctly, was for a perfume. It featured a white woman lying in bed with a black man. The man’s shirtless back was to the viewer, making only his taut, muscular form and powerful-looking arms and shoulders visible. He was faceless, unidentified. The woman looked sultrily at us from over his mysterious form, satisfaction writ large over her features. She had partaken of whatever delights this man had to offer and was smugly, luxuriantly basking in the afterglow.

    The ad copy was, “Take a walk on the wild side.”

    My teacher used the ad as an example of how marketers can use certain words and images to convey large amounts of information subtly and effectively. A white woman having sex with a black man? How risqué. The implication: be a little like that woman. Spray on that perfume and feel like the kind of girl who has sex with faceless, muscular black men in ritzy hotel rooms because it’s an adventure, a thrill, a risk, something illicitly pleasurable.

    These are the semiotics of race. This is why columnists will trip over themselves not to call Lupita Nyong’o or Angela Basset “beautiful”, choosing instead to use terms that call to mind a kind of savage, animalistic magnetism: fierce, striking, edgy, eye-catching. Words like “pretty” and “beautiful” and “cute” are for white women whose bodies and sexualities are not seen as wild, animal, or untamed. Black men are hulking, threatening, thuggish; white men are charming, sexy heartthrobs with hearts of gold. Brown women are exotic, with their “honey-coloured” skin and their “mystical”, “enchanting” beauty, unlike their white counterparts, who are held up as not only ideal, but knowable and safe. White people are beautiful; non-white people are dangerous.

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