20 10 / 2014

manakahandmade:

Beautiful textured wrap skirt with volume. The cotton fabric I have used is very lightweight so it’s perfect for your flow, whether you are dancing in the forest or walking around the city…

The skirt is made to fit and flatter all body types as it wraps around so it is fully adjustable. Available in Cream, Green † Black

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20 10 / 2014

notordinaryfashion:

Valentin Yudashkin S/S 2015  RTW - Details

notordinaryfashion:

Valentin Yudashkin S/S 2015  RTW - Details

20 10 / 2014

video-game-foliage:

coelasquid:

typette:

maybeiwillpost:

RIME - Gamescom 2014 Trailer

windwaker + shadow of the colossus

get hype

Yessss so happy to see more of this game

I’m blown away.

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20 10 / 2014

jjdrhouseofbijoux:

Pearls & Gold at Lanvin SS15

jjdrhouseofbijoux:

Pearls & Gold at Lanvin SS15

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20 10 / 2014

radfordsechrist:

andysuriano:

chillchilton:

ca-tsuka:

Artworks of “Socks” animated tv series project by Jeremie Perin (Fantasy, Truckers Delight) from his instagram account.

HMMMMMM

Wow!!! Blown away.

So good!

20 10 / 2014

"I will state flatly that the bulk of this country’s white population impresses me, and has so impressed me for a very long time, as being beyond any conceivable hope of moral rehabilitation. They have been white, if I may so put it, too long; they have been married to the lie of white supremacy too long; the effect in the personalities, their lives, their grasp of realty, has been as devastating as the lava which so memorably immobilized the citizens of Pompeii. They are unable to conceive that their version of reality, which they want me to accept, is an insult to my history and a parody of theirs and an intolerable violation of myself."

James Baldwin

Quote is from “The Price May Be To High,” originally published in 1969 and essay can be viewed in a posthumous collection of his writing, The Cross Of The Redemption.

This quote comes to mind when I think of: the anti-Blackness that is State violence; the lack of structural and social contrition that exists in response to the extrajudicial execution of Black people, including many Black men, Black teens like Michael Brown and the Black girls/Black women and especially Black trans women who are ignored; the fact that racist Whites co-opted "I am ____" to support a racist cop, Darren Wilson, who murdered Michael Brown; the fact that White supremacist message boards (who have been attacking Black women online for a long time) and groups, in conjunction with Ferguson police organized raising a quarter of a million dollars to support Wilson who has not been arrested, let alone tried for this murder and has not lost a cent of income, so basically he was paid for a lynching; the fact that GoFundMe profited off of that fundraiser; the pathological violence added as messages on the donation board that amounted to picnic talk after a lynching; the fact that Whites think State violence is acceptable and necessary if Black people, like other races of people, including Whites by far, experience intraracial crime.

This quote comes to mind when I think of: the fact that many Whites (and in this case, also non-Black people of colour) are engaging in epistemic violence via co-opting, generalizing or erasing the context specific to Ferguson and its connection to centuries of State violence on Black people; the fact that many Whites are engaged in sheer celebration of this violence while simultaneously suggesting violence has no connection to their very identities and is inherently “Black;” the fact that the media is willfully pushing regularly debunked myths about “injuries” that do not exist for Darren Wilson; the racist media framing that dehumanizes Michael Brown as standard protocol since death is never the “final act" because of anti-Blackness and post-mortem violence ultimately trying Black victims not White murderers in the press and the courts, is psychological warfare and violence on the Black people who remain, and acute unspeakable violence against the family of the executed; the endless cycle of lies, trolling and abuse towards Black activists (on the ground and online) from Whites who defend Darren Wilson or are abusive as “allies” that play “devil’s advocate,” as if this is about a single White man in theory and not a real Black death and the reification of White supremacy, State violence, and anti-Blackness that policing was built on and confers.

This quote comes to mind when I think of: the fact that the same racist liars who claim they are “waiting for facts” to decide if Black life is valuable gladly share phony images of Michael Brown, taunt Black people for sheer pleasure, and consistently repost debunked lies; the fact that they search Michael Brown’s name on Twitter solely to attack random Black people online; the fact that many White “allies” are more concerned with yelling #NotAllWhites than considering that structurally, #YesAllBlacks deal with anti-Blackness, and structurally, #YesAllWhites benefit; the fact that they demand to be “loved” as if rejection of the violence of White supremacy is about love or hate.

When I discuss sociopathy and White supremacy (which is NOT Axis II Anti-Social Personality Disorder, nor is the DSM-V infallible, so White supremacist academics who think they own disability discourse, don’t bring your epistemic violence here, nor your racist, misogynoiristic assumptions of my own neurotypical status, which is not the case) this is what I am talking about. Specific socialization, in position of power (that makes empathy for Black people virtually non-existent; that facilities dehumanization and rationalization of that violence), not a mental health issue that would impact Whites’ interaction with anyone. Thus, Whites trying to excuse this violence by suggesting it is mental health-caused is an ableist response; the notion that socialization of the oppressor also exists, is not.

And this is just a snippet of violence that anti-Blackness guarantees for Black life. I barely said anything here…barely covered the scope of the violence that Whiteness confers as a social position of powerAnd I am exhausted right now. I am tired.

Blackness itself is not considered human, despite the reality of our humanity that we know our lives embody despite oppression. Yet this, what I described above—this, Whiteness as social position of power—is considered the standard for humanity.

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20 10 / 2014

fennekin-the-fox:

Love and Affection <3

Works by Mooncalfe

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20 10 / 2014

qq45xx:


cunt-lyfe:

tallwhiteman:

Krillin’s signature move

the disrespect

Nigga got steam coming off his body lmao

qq45xx:

cunt-lyfe:

tallwhiteman:

Krillin’s signature move

the disrespect

Nigga got steam coming off his body lmao

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20 10 / 2014

adventuresinconcepting:

FINALLY done with this. I decided to stop being a wuss about water effects and just DO this. Very pleased with how it came up

adventuresinconcepting:

FINALLY done with this. I decided to stop being a wuss about water effects and just DO this. Very pleased with how it came up

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20 10 / 2014

Storm in Avengers vs X Men #11

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20 10 / 2014

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20 10 / 2014

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20 10 / 2014

francavillarts:

BLACK PANTHER
Art from BLACK PANTHER MWF URBAN JUNGLE by Francesco Francavilla

After the WINTER SUPER OLYMPICS week (which seems to have been quite popular - thanks everyone for playing along), I am gonna dedicate this week to comicbook black superheroes or character. It’s my humblr way to contribute to February’s traditional BLACK HISTORY MONTH.

We start off with an icon of black superheroes: T’CHALLA, aka BLACK PANTHER!
Created by legends Stan Lee and Jack Kirby back in 1966, his first appearance was in Fantastic Four #52. He is the first black superhero in mainstream American comics, debuting several years before other African-American superheroes as Marvel Comics’ the Falcon and Luke Cage.

My very first gig at MARVEL was to illustrate several arcs of BLACK PANTHER as he was taking over DAREDEVIL as protector of Hell’s Kitchen. I couldn’t be happier to start working with Marvel than on this character: writer and friend David Liss wrote a sweet noir/thriller that was a perfect fit to my artistic sensibilities, resulting in some of my personal favorite sequentials.
And BLACK PANTHER/T’CHALLA is, without doubts, one of my favorite comicbook heroes.

Tune in tomorrow for more Black Superheroes!

Cheers,
FF

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20 10 / 2014

blackandkillingit:

Carmen Alexandra
Fashion Blogger
http://www.sherecyclesfashion.com/
@carmenalexandraaaa

blackandkillingit:

Carmen Alexandra

Fashion Blogger

http://www.sherecyclesfashion.com/

@carmenalexandraaaa

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20 10 / 2014

fuckyeahmixedbeauty:

I’m Black and a quarter Indian and my girlfriend is Cambodian and part Viet.
   Me: http://whackedup.tumblr.com
   Her: http://chanambi.tumblr.com

fuckyeahmixedbeauty:

I’m Black and a quarter Indian and my girlfriend is Cambodian and part Viet.

   Me: http://whackedup.tumblr.com

   Her: http://chanambi.tumblr.com

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