indigo

20. art student. jmu. AriesTaurus cusp. awareness.

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indigo
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likeafieldmouse:

Virginia Overton
likeafieldmouse:

Virginia Overton
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gutgrown:

ittanmomen303:
Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari
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12yearsaking:

Look at him appreciate cultures without wearing them as a costume. It’s that easy.
12yearsaking:

Look at him appreciate cultures without wearing them as a costume. It’s that easy.
12yearsaking:

Look at him appreciate cultures without wearing them as a costume. It’s that easy.
12yearsaking:

Look at him appreciate cultures without wearing them as a costume. It’s that easy.
12yearsaking:

Look at him appreciate cultures without wearing them as a costume. It’s that easy.
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artruby:

Robert Swain at Santa Monica Museum of Art.
artruby:

Robert Swain at Santa Monica Museum of Art.
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hvidt:

ward roberts
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murdercycles:

VW
R&T June 1965
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plasterandlath:

Plank Piece I and II. Charles Ray, 1973.
plasterandlath:

Plank Piece I and II. Charles Ray, 1973.
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superdanger-us:

Meyvn Lookbook | Chicago, IL.
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tamburina:

Roy Lichtenstein, Magnifying Glass, 1963
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Martin Bauendahl
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hilomagazine:

Throwback Thursday | David Hockney c. 1963
Here’s two seemingly time-defying shots of David Hockney at work in his studio during the early 60s.
hilomagazine:

Throwback Thursday | David Hockney c. 1963
Here’s two seemingly time-defying shots of David Hockney at work in his studio during the early 60s.
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karenhurley:

I’d call this shock-vertising 
No, England has not legalized cannibalism. This strange and disturbing butcher of human flesh was installed by Capcom in Smithfield’s Meat Market to promote the Resident Evil 6 zombie video game. These “sculptures” in meat has been produced in collaboration with the culinary artist Sharon Baker. Via
karenhurley:

I’d call this shock-vertising 
No, England has not legalized cannibalism. This strange and disturbing butcher of human flesh was installed by Capcom in Smithfield’s Meat Market to promote the Resident Evil 6 zombie video game. These “sculptures” in meat has been produced in collaboration with the culinary artist Sharon Baker. Via
karenhurley:

I’d call this shock-vertising 
No, England has not legalized cannibalism. This strange and disturbing butcher of human flesh was installed by Capcom in Smithfield’s Meat Market to promote the Resident Evil 6 zombie video game. These “sculptures” in meat has been produced in collaboration with the culinary artist Sharon Baker. Via
karenhurley:

I’d call this shock-vertising 
No, England has not legalized cannibalism. This strange and disturbing butcher of human flesh was installed by Capcom in Smithfield’s Meat Market to promote the Resident Evil 6 zombie video game. These “sculptures” in meat has been produced in collaboration with the culinary artist Sharon Baker. Via
karenhurley:

I’d call this shock-vertising 
No, England has not legalized cannibalism. This strange and disturbing butcher of human flesh was installed by Capcom in Smithfield’s Meat Market to promote the Resident Evil 6 zombie video game. These “sculptures” in meat has been produced in collaboration with the culinary artist Sharon Baker. Via
karenhurley:

I’d call this shock-vertising 
No, England has not legalized cannibalism. This strange and disturbing butcher of human flesh was installed by Capcom in Smithfield’s Meat Market to promote the Resident Evil 6 zombie video game. These “sculptures” in meat has been produced in collaboration with the culinary artist Sharon Baker. Via
karenhurley:

I’d call this shock-vertising 
No, England has not legalized cannibalism. This strange and disturbing butcher of human flesh was installed by Capcom in Smithfield’s Meat Market to promote the Resident Evil 6 zombie video game. These “sculptures” in meat has been produced in collaboration with the culinary artist Sharon Baker. Via