lexically impoverished

(Source: mtv)

flyartproductions:

Hey Bonita nice to meet ya
Mars disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces (1824), Jacques-Louis David / Bonita Applebum, A Tribe Called Quest

flyartproductions:

Hey Bonita nice to meet ya

Mars disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces (1824), Jacques-Louis David / Bonita Applebum, A Tribe Called Quest


humansofnewyork:

"We’re all victims of the architect. Architecture is the only art that you can’t help but feel. You can avoid paintings, you can avoid music, and you can even avoid history. But good luck getting away from architecture."

humansofnewyork:

"We’re all victims of the architect. Architecture is the only art that you can’t help but feel. You can avoid paintings, you can avoid music, and you can even avoid history. But good luck getting away from architecture."

divaneee:

Door To The Desert

divaneee:

Door To The Desert


Colors of Fog ©

Colors of Fog ©

would you wife a white girl?

bruhnawl:

nah , Starbucks too expensive bruh


asked by Anonymous
 



Failed panoramic.

 

Failed panoramic.

(Source: stunningpicture)

quickweaves:

I’m tired of u virgins on here appropriating hoe culture


nevver:

Design Crush
nyctaeus:

“From the beginning of my obsession with drawing, I have been fascinated by transformational qualities of light and distance. Whether I am studying a large body of water shot through with sunlight or rain on a car windshield reflecting the glimmer of adjacent neon signs, I am always looking to catch the mystery of these completely real distortions. This is what interests me when I look at the world. No matter what the subject matter or what the degree of complexity in the composition, I never tire of the challenge of articulating the fluidity I see all around me.”
Elizabeth Patterson

nyctaeus:

“From the beginning of my obsession with drawing, I have been fascinated by transformational qualities of light and distance. Whether I am studying a large body of water shot through with sunlight or rain on a car windshield reflecting the glimmer of adjacent neon signs, I am always looking to catch the mystery of these completely real distortions. This is what interests me when I look at the world. No matter what the subject matter or what the degree of complexity in the composition, I never tire of the challenge of articulating the fluidity I see all around me.”

Elizabeth Patterson

(Source: kenyanmade)