heyitspj:

[walks up to a straight couple] so which one of you is the dayman and which of you is the nightman

steveblade:

sad aesthetic is out, bring in overconfidentcore and angerwave

tomcadrin:

chinatown, boston
thomas cadrin, 2014

wetheurban:

ART: Knife Typography by Farhad Moshiri

Iranian artist Farhad Moshiri creates his works by stabbing knives directly into gallery walls to form thought provoking statements. 

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Brown girls uplifting other brown girls: That’s that shit I do like.

Al Basti (Turkish : Albastı) or Al Kardai is an ancient female spirit, the personification of guilt, found in folklore throughout the Caucasus mountains, with origins going as far back as Sumerian mythology.

In Turkish folklore Al Basti has been often confused as both a Mare, a Succubus, as well as any number of Middle Eastern female spirits which are told to enter a man’s erotic dreams. However, the difference in the Al Basti legends is that she is not a sexual spirit, she rather visits those “who have guilty souls” and “come from families that have committed bloody crimes that have gone unpunished.”

bienenkiste:

"Magic in Motion". Lakshmi Menon by Prabuddha Dasgupta for Elle india  October 2008

nevver:

Istanbul, Pejac

viivus:

inktober day 4! There are totally plants at ikea so I can still call this ikeacore

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