Erin. Twenty one. Enjoying life.
i guess you could say this is a "childhood reminiscing/one direction/shit i think is funny/workaholics/puppies/kayne west/a few occasional posts about my life" blog

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fr0fection:

pinkman

fr0fection:

pinkman

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thinkmexican:

Frida Kahlo: Self-portrait on the Border Between Mexico and the United States (1932)

In 1932, Frida Kahlo and her husband, Diego Rivera, had lived in the United States for almost three years. While Diego was growing accustomed to life in the States, Frida was miserable, and felt increasingly homesick for Mexico.

In “Self-portrait on the Border Between Mexico and the United States,” Frida expresses her feelings toward Gringolandia.

Standing on pedestal wearing a pink dress and white gloves while holding a cigarette and a Mexican flag, Frida paints herself in between the juxtaposed images of Mexico and the United States: Ancient, rich and bright vs. industrial, cold and contaminated.

Frida Kahlo was way ahead of her time. So much so, that more than 80 years later, this painting is still relevant.

Oil on metal, 12 1/2” x 13 3/4”, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Reyero

thinkmexican:

Frida Kahlo: Self-portrait on the Border Between Mexico and the United States (1932)

In 1932, Frida Kahlo and her husband, Diego Rivera, had lived in the United States for almost three years. While Diego was growing accustomed to life in the States, Frida was miserable, and felt increasingly homesick for Mexico.

In “Self-portrait on the Border Between Mexico and the United States,” Frida expresses her feelings toward Gringolandia.

Standing on pedestal wearing a pink dress and white gloves while holding a cigarette and a Mexican flag, Frida paints herself in between the juxtaposed images of Mexico and the United States: Ancient, rich and bright vs. industrial, cold and contaminated.

Frida Kahlo was way ahead of her time. So much so, that more than 80 years later, this painting is still relevant.

Oil on metal, 12 1/2” x 13 3/4”, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Reyero

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fashiondailymag:


pink fever.

Xu Zhen / Armory Show 2014.

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fuckyeah1990s:

Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart

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reasonsmysoniscrying:

"I wouldn’t let him drink more than his dosage of ibuprofen."
Submitted By: Duane W.
Location: Texas, United States

reasonsmysoniscrying:

"I wouldn’t let him drink more than his dosage of ibuprofen."
Submitted By: Duane W.
Location: Texas, United States

5582db:

Motoi Yamamoto - Labyrinth (salt)

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Vincent van Gogh - Sunflowers (1887) - ph. by Holger Helas

Vincent van Gogh - Sunflowers (1887) - ph. by Holger Helas

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fuckyeahgodofmischief:

Become a figure skater they said

it will be fun they said

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