noonerilla:

my first munny design.

I designed this for Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts. The munny has the Philippine Flag on the face, the Banaue Rice Terraces on the body and a map of the Philippines on the back of the head.

If anyone is interested in purchasing this please inbox me. 50% of the proceeds will go to relief efforts .  i can also make more if people are interested 

peace and love

Vote for me in Metro Photo Challenge!!

onlyoldphotography:

Lee Friedlander: New York city, 1966

onlyoldphotography:

Lee Friedlander: New York city, 1966

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brain-food:

SPIRITED AWAY & HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE
by Olly Moss

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awkwardsituationist:

african american sharecroppers, photographed by marion post wolcott and jack delano in greene county, georgia, clarksdale, mississipi, and the bauou bourbeau planation outside natchitoches, louisiana, 1939-41. from the library of congress catalogue

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cavetocanvas:

Sophie Calle, The Bronx, 1999

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Episode 1

brain-food:

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I loved the first episode with Ruby Rose! Ruby is actually my favorite so no matter what she’s flawless to me. Great intro to the series, the second episode is livestreaming in another hour. I’m excited, they still have some voice over hiccups, but i’m still loving these girls. 

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arteauxfraises:

quick sketch of alana and hazel for my dear sweet jing
if you’re not reading saga YOU SHOULD BE

arteauxfraises:

quick sketch of alana and hazel for my dear sweet jing

if you’re not reading saga YOU SHOULD BE

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inu1941-1966:

ROCK

comic: Katsuhiro otomo 1975

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choosechoice:

"The Burka Avenger wears the burka veil to hide her identity like superheroes do. Her alter ego is that of a mild-mannered teacher at a girls’ school. Her use of pens and books as projectile weapons to fight the bad guys is symbolic on many levels. Her main motto is “Justice, Peace and Education for all”. 

This is the first animated series out of Pakistan, and it looks amazing beyond words.

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