This set of works presented are
breaking gashes, clawing extracts of damages, crashing divides, evulses, frazzles, impairities, broken incises, open injuries,
surgical mutilations, street plucks, pulls of melancholy, renders of cartography, rives and runs, ruptures with scratches, seizes of desperation, sever paper aches, shreded lights, slits and snatches, split-wrenches and yank.

He had no friends, left no journal, sought no advice, and offered no apology to justify this set of new works presented. coming to you

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Binimelis-Barahona House by Polidura Talhouk Architects

Best thing today!!!!

Two years ago, Paul McCarthy began searching for an inexpensive yet functional prosthetic hand for his son Leon, who was born without fingers on one of his hands. McCarthy came across a video online with detailed instruction on how to use a 3-D printer to make a prosthetic hand for his son. Michelle Miller reports.




it is not enough to theorize anti-racism

it is not enough to post anti-racist articles on facebook

it is not enough to donate to anti-racist organizations

you must evaluate your friendships, relationships, and casual interactions with PoC from an explicitly anti-racist lens

you must challenge yourself when you feel entitled to their time, energy, bodies, or insight

you must uproot your own inner white supremacist


you must evaluate your friendships, relationships, and casual interactions with white people, both those you love and those you’ve just met

you must challenge the people you love, and who you are afraid of losing, and name their behavior for what it is: violence

you must uproot not only your own life, but the lives of those you claim as friends, family, and community

this right here

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ha, ha, yass.


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Clear Soul Forces— Get No Better

Um, Detroit stand up!!!!

guess i need a late pass, tho.

Is this Walt Whitman?

This photo group is part of Eakins’s “naked series” and is labeled simply “Old man, seven photographs.” The model bears a striking resemblance to Whitman; for a plausible case that this may be a photo of Whitman “undisguised and naked,” see Ed Folsom, “Walt Whitman’s ‘Calamus’ Photographs” in Betsy Erkkila and Jay Grossman, Breaking Bounds: Whitman and American Cultural Studies (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), 193-219.

Photographer: Thomas Eakins