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I mean there should seriously be a limit on how many times you guys can reblog pictures of Prefontaine and pine trees…



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Slevin Aaron (Poland) - Secret garden

The emotion photographer Slevin Aaron is dealing with photography for 7 years, creating photos for magazines, books covers, model agencies and many other projects: “It is what I love, the way in which I can show human emotions frozen in the one frame, and this is for me photography, feelings, emotions, nostalgy, happiness and sadness, love and betrayal, life! So I started to create my own world which is not only a reflection of the ideas in my head but also my feelings.”

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Slevin Aaron | artist found at actegratuit]

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We will be releasing Ruben Ireland’s gorgeous illustration “Hana,” as a limited edition print on Thursday, August 7th, 2014 at a random time in The People’s Printshop Store.  The 11 x 17” print will be an edition of 40.  Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for our latest updates!

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Reporter:  What made you lose 37 pounds?
Raven Symone: The pressure of society.


In an interview where someone told her that she looked beautiful she said: “I was always beautiful, now I’m just thin.”

She is actually Jesus reincarnated.

My half brother wants to hang. I should tell him my dad is from Mexico and I’m not related to him at all…I’m shit at this junk.

family  junk  stuff  



It’s about no days off.

Except when you need a recovery day 😜

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Time Stacks by Matt Molloy
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came across this masterpiece the other day <3

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Zachary Norman - The Ballad of Tom Dooley (2009-11)

Artist’s statement:

The Ballad of Tom Dooley, popularized by The Kingston Trio’s 1958 recording, is a ballad that describes the 1866 murder of Laura Foster by Tom Dula (Dooley).

Tom Dula was tried and hanged for the murder but it is widely believed, especially by residents of the area where the murder occurred, that Tom was innocent and that his lover, Anne Melton, was responsible for Laura’s death.

These photographs represent an attempt to understand the roots of this ballad and the effect it has had on nearby communities in Western North Carolina, namely Wilkesboro and North Wilkesboro, NC. 

My intent when beginning this project was to document artifacts and locations significant to the story behind the song; to give dimension and depth to an otherwise casually understood artifact of American culture.

The scope of the project gradually expanded to include my growing interest in the way and for what reasons a community claims its connection to a history as significant and popular as the one I was attempting to record. The photographs, in addition to providing depth to a well known folksong, represent an attempt to determine the role photography plays in the creation of history.”


1. Cot in Tom Dula’s Jail Cell

2. Anne Melton’s Jail Cell

3. Dramatic Reinterpretation of the Ballad of Tom Dooley

4. Path Along the Yadkin River that Laura Foster Walked on the Morning of Her Murder

5. Near Where Tom Dooley Was Hanged for the Murder of Laura Foster

6. Imogene’s Basement

7. Untitled

8. Girls Sitting on the Back of a Car

9. Bridge Spanning a Tributary of the New River

10. Seven Shot Rimfire Deemore .32 Caliber Revolver Used by Col. Grayson to Arrest Tom Dula

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An A-Z of Edible Flowers by Charlotte Day

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Gustavo Peña - Swimming Outside the Boundaries of Castle Grayskull (2008)

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"Another long run, hoping to put distance between me and everything else. The farther, the better. Only problem is, the distance is just temporary, because no matter how far I go, I always have to come back."
- Lisa Shroeder, Chasing Brooklyn (via quoted-books)
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