fuckdani:

c-amelias:

bl-ossomed:

ifthese-sh33ts-werethestates:

glorialovescats:

visual representation of putting your trust in someone 

by Moritz Aust - don’t lose your sources, friends!

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anarcho-queer:

If Wal-Mart Paid Its Employees a Living Wage, How Much Would Prices Go Up? (2:02)

This video crunches the numbers on how much Walmart, the single biggest beneficiary of the food stamp economy, might have to raise prices across the board to help a typical worker earn a living wage.

This video was created by Slate magazine and Marketplace. It’s part of a series entitled The Secret Life of a Food Stamp.

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artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Macssime Simon | on Tumblr (b.1977, France)
Macssime Simon is a self-taught artist working and living in Mans, France. After a year and a half of study at Fine Arts school of Le Mans, he decided to stop the academic training. Since 2006, he started to create with a clear vision: from destruction to contruction, he draws, erases, sticks, scratches, rips it up… and restart. It was only until recently that he starts showcasing his work. 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Macssime Simon]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Macssime Simon | on Tumblr (b.1977, France)
Macssime Simon is a self-taught artist working and living in Mans, France. After a year and a half of study at Fine Arts school of Le Mans, he decided to stop the academic training. Since 2006, he started to create with a clear vision: from destruction to contruction, he draws, erases, sticks, scratches, rips it up… and restart. It was only until recently that he starts showcasing his work. 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Macssime Simon]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Macssime Simon | on Tumblr (b.1977, France)
Macssime Simon is a self-taught artist working and living in Mans, France. After a year and a half of study at Fine Arts school of Le Mans, he decided to stop the academic training. Since 2006, he started to create with a clear vision: from destruction to contruction, he draws, erases, sticks, scratches, rips it up… and restart. It was only until recently that he starts showcasing his work. 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Macssime Simon]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Macssime Simon | on Tumblr (b.1977, France)
Macssime Simon is a self-taught artist working and living in Mans, France. After a year and a half of study at Fine Arts school of Le Mans, he decided to stop the academic training. Since 2006, he started to create with a clear vision: from destruction to contruction, he draws, erases, sticks, scratches, rips it up… and restart. It was only until recently that he starts showcasing his work. 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Macssime Simon]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Macssime Simon | on Tumblr (b.1977, France)
Macssime Simon is a self-taught artist working and living in Mans, France. After a year and a half of study at Fine Arts school of Le Mans, he decided to stop the academic training. Since 2006, he started to create with a clear vision: from destruction to contruction, he draws, erases, sticks, scratches, rips it up… and restart. It was only until recently that he starts showcasing his work. 
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Macssime Simon]

artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Macssime Simon | on Tumblr (b.1977, France)

Macssime Simon is a self-taught artist working and living in Mans, France. After a year and a half of study at Fine Arts school of Le Mans, he decided to stop the academic training. Since 2006, he started to create with a clear vision: from destruction to contruction, he draws, erases, sticks, scratches, rips it up… and restart. It was only until recently that he starts showcasing his work.

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Macssime Simon]

danieltoumine:

the dream is collapsing, 2014

digital manipulation

*the reference image I used is listed as source

@DanielToumine

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pervasivity:

Embroidery attempt number 2. 

(via mechanicalflightpath)

catherinedeneuev:

This is such an important yet underrated scene.
catherinedeneuev:

This is such an important yet underrated scene.
catherinedeneuev:

This is such an important yet underrated scene.
catherinedeneuev:

This is such an important yet underrated scene.

catherinedeneuev:

This is such an important yet underrated scene.

(via gtfothinspo)

coward:

coward:

coward:

ppl who randomly message u on the tumble are the best kind of ppl even if they’re just bein all like ‘hello!’ because its like omg hi hello person wow someones talking to me this is the best day ever

i get like 10 hellos a day because of this post

image

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vogue:

Fashion can’t (or won’t) shake the sixties.

Here, in homage to Mad Men’s final season, sartorial psychedelia from the Vogue Archive.

Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, August 1969

jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk:

some thoughts about “making things” & the internet
jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk:

some thoughts about “making things” & the internet

jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk:

some thoughts about “making things” & the internet

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thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 
thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 

thebicker:

newwavefeminism:

infernumequinomin:

nicolas-christ:

Pantene Philippines #whipit Labels against women

This is so relevant it’s not even funny.

That vanity issue. Telling they’re worthless if they don’t look dolled up, but are shallow if they doll themselves up.

They’ve done studies that prove this is absolutely true (not that any of you doubted it). Sheryl Sandberg wrote about it a lot in Lean In, in the context of how bosses and job applicants are perceived. It’s known as the Heidi/Howard experiment. A man and a woman with equal accomplishments are viewed completely differently. Women are viewed as either nice or competent - not both. 

(via gtfothinspo)

nevver:

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