nikolawashere:

Wow, well done.

slowartday:

We are captivated by Cecilia Paredes’ “Photoperformance” pieces in which she uses body paint to camouflage a model with her decorative surroundings. 

(via julianunes)

humansofnewyork:

“I just got accepted to a competitive animation program!”
(San Francisco, CA)

humansofnewyork:

“I just got accepted to a competitive animation program!”

(San Francisco, CA)

(Source: kalqq, via cherrylisa)

fuckyeahtattoos:

Brasília-Brasil - With Taiom

fuckyeahtattoos:

Brasília-Brasil - With Taiom

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(Source: ninchok, via cherrylisa)

lensblr-network:

Mirror, mirror….
by red-dotted.tumblr.com

lensblr-network:

Mirror, mirror….

fuckyeahtattoos:


Tattoo by Dan McWilliams at Freakshow Tattoo in Fort Collins, CO
Inspired by Louis Wain Early Indian Irish
In 2009 I was diagnosed with PTSD and since have bounced around from therapist to therapist because I refuse to medicate. I didn’t have the courage to tell my friends or family because I felt embarrassed and ashamed to admit I had a mental disorder. I was warned I could develop schizophrenia without proper treatment but I can’t bring myself to take medication. A few months back I discovered Louis Wain and was inspired by his story. While many people viewed his schizophrenia as an illness, through his paintings, I saw him slowly develop a higher level of consciousness. I stopped viewing myself as sick and am beginning to accept that the PTSD is a part of who I am. I struggle daily with feelings of anxiety, depression, and paranoia but when asked about my tattoo I hope to gain support from my loved ones.

fuckyeahtattoos:

Tattoo by Dan McWilliams at Freakshow Tattoo in Fort Collins, CO

Inspired by Louis Wain Early Indian Irish


In 2009 I was diagnosed with PTSD and since have bounced around from therapist to therapist because I refuse to medicate. I didn’t have the courage to tell my friends or family because I felt embarrassed and ashamed to admit I had a mental disorder. I was warned I could develop schizophrenia without proper treatment but I can’t bring myself to take medication. A few months back I discovered Louis Wain and was inspired by his story. While many people viewed his schizophrenia as an illness, through his paintings, I saw him slowly develop a higher level of consciousness. I stopped viewing myself as sick and am beginning to accept that the PTSD is a part of who I am. I struggle daily with feelings of anxiety, depression, and paranoia but when asked about my tattoo I hope to gain support from my loved ones.

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