urgetocreate:

Adrian Paul Allinson, Harvesting, 1946

urgetocreate:

Adrian Paul Allinson, Harvesting, 1946

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GDA - Letterbomb Zine: 2013 Year In Review (Scan) - Page 29 - Green Day Artwork

woah haha weird seeing my own work floating around

GDA - Letterbomb Zine: 2013 Year In Review (Scan) - Page 29 - Green Day Artwork

woah haha weird seeing my own work floating around

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Anonymous said: Ignore the anon you cool

Hey whoever you are you’re the best!..thank you very much!! im still confused why someone would use that as an insult against me im not gay so its not like a slur against me and even if i was there is nothing remotely wrong with being gay or loving whoever you want for that matter i find it awkward when people use the f word like that (obviously not funny when people are attacked with it just funny that people use it as an insult still..what are you some kind of caveman shit eating moron? haha what a time to be alive!

Anonymous said: Faggot

OOOH my first anon hate thing! wow this is a weird moment should i angrily shake my fist at the computer or something? i almost feel like its from the person who just bitched me out because they self promoted on my artwork (EXAMPLE QUOTE “Hmm. Only because you drew it, however it won’t stop me to tell you to take the tampon out and lighten the fuck up. Having my name won’t discredit you fuck.” so quite possibly ...OR! hopefully its someone completely different and filled with hate!

Jeneil Williams, Herieth Paul, Ajak Deng, Riley Montana, Kai Newman, and Tosh Bellington photographed by Richard Burbridge, W Magazine November 2014  

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wehadfacesthen:

Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard  (Billy Wilder, 1950)

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allthetreesofthefield:

"I just don’t get why you’re saying it that way"

"Hwhy I’m saying hwhat hwhwat hway?"

"Forget it"

"I hwill. I hwill forget it"

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zombiejig:

The desolate, muddy and potholed urban landscape that Henry walks through at the beginning of the film is now the site of the Beverly Center Mall. 

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