Taken by the Sky

I'm a queer artist carving out parts of myself for you. This is an amalgamation of all that intrigues, thrills, angers, and arouses me, including art, theatre, film, photography, pornography, fairy tales, sexual fantasies, ginger haired ladies, bearded men, human rights, gender fuckery, and sass. I no longer care to be accepted by those that are not a priority in my life. Grow or die.

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mcqueenlovesme:

thehassassination:

drewster321:

donthatemecusimbeautiful:

Doug Locke - #ThisCouldBeUs

Literally crying right now. This is the cutest thing ever.

Bruh… Be still my beating heart.. This is… I have no words.

:)

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vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.

(via thoughtfulll)

peterdonyc:

Hannah and I backstage at CG FW’14
gay-erotic-art:


Thomas Eakin’s art students, The Swimming Hole, 1883

There is an entire universe that exists solely in your mind that is impossible to completely share with another person. You are a god onto yourself as beautiful and cruel as you wish to be. That is the realest shit ever.

(Source: nothingman, via moon-sylph)

shutupanddiehl:

When the MPAA took their scissors to the fight scene, the thing that they objected to the most was not the beating of Alabama, but it was Alabama fighting back, which is very strange. The MPAA literally said, “Ok you gotta rid of that, I just can’t deal with that.” And I go, “Why? She’s fighting back. She’s the hero.” “Well, it’s because she becomes an animal.” “Well that’s the fucking point!” It got to the point of actual story content that they were trying to eliminate.

-Quentin Tarantino on the “True Romance” commentary

(via lemonspit)

iaintnobodyswhore:

Patti Smith
artemisillustrations:

Deer Girl on Acid

asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations

Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London.
Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines.
In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours.
She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 

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