It's My Show Now

Ask Me Everything   This is completely self-indulgent.

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looneytoonz242:

tastefullyoffensive:

Notes from Management [ardentleprechaun]

How is Shane still employed there??

HOW?!

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fer1972:

The New Inspiration Pad by Marc Thomasset

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l3ts-get-fri3d:

Shit I wouldn’t park there either

l3ts-get-fri3d:

Shit I wouldn’t park there either

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fablesandgables:

Female Bowl-Bearing Figure, late 1800s-early 1900s

Central Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Luba people

wood, glass beads, brass, iron, Overall - h:40.80 w:16.10 d:27.30 cm (h:16 1/16 w:6 5/16 d:10 11/16 inches). René and Odette Delenne Collection, Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund 2010.454

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black-bubble:

Nymphs listening to the songs of Orpheus by Charles Jalabert

black-bubble:

Nymphs listening to the songs of Orpheus by Charles Jalabert

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actegratuit:

LONG-BIN CHEN

In my artwork I always use printed matter - discarded books, magazines, and computer printouts; the cultural debris of our information society.  The sculptures I create reference Eastern and Western icons and intellectual figures, thereby exploring cultural meanings and concepts. I always use text in my work and the content of the texts are relevant to my sculptures. My finished sculptures often seem to be wood or marble, though they consist of paper. They are constructed in such a way that the various parts fit together in a seamless manner.

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smoke-thc-drop-lsd:

why am i laughing

ITS BACK

yoohoo big summer blow out

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