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grottaartzine:

Our editor in chief is doing a twitter Q&A with the conference You are in control right now.

surisburnbook:

Honor Warren will try to turn any moment into an opportunity for a sassy pose. Haven still just looks confused by her life.

surisburnbook:

Honor Warren will try to turn any moment into an opportunity for a sassy pose. Haven still just looks confused by her life.

hollywoodlife:

LOL!

hotshiitake:

If celebrities really were just like us…
Source: Celebrities Get Photoshopped Into Boring Regular Folks & It’s Hilarious (PHOTOS)

hollywoodlife:

LOL!

hotshiitake:

If celebrities really were just like us…

Source: Celebrities Get Photoshopped Into Boring Regular Folks & It’s Hilarious (PHOTOS)

Source: hotshiitake

baileymathehunt:

Teaser video looping prior the World’s First Digital Artist Auction, Sept 28, 2013 at Art Hack Day Berlin “Going Dark

#livestock #auctions #wernerHerzog #youHaveToLoveToTalk

Source: baileymathehunt

engineering:


Last month, Corinne and I attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. As product engineers, we were delighted to meet other women in our field and celebrate their technical expertise.
To increase diversity in the tech space, Tumblr is a proud supporter of Hacker School and their initiatives. This fall, we’re sponsoring Daphne, a coder in the current batch, and we can’t wait to see what amazing things she’ll create next.

engineering:

Last month, Corinne and I attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. As product engineers, we were delighted to meet other women in our field and celebrate their technical expertise.

To increase diversity in the tech space, Tumblr is a proud supporter of Hacker School and their initiatives. This fall, we’re sponsoring Daphne, a coder in the current batch, and we can’t wait to see what amazing things she’ll create next.

Source: engineering

vanityfair:

From the Archive | Angelina Jolie, Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, 2005

vanityfair:

From the Archive | Angelina Jolie, Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, 2005

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crazyfruityhigh:

"Butt Pirates of the World Unite and Take Over" Schwartz 2013
My drawings are heavily influenced by the books I’m reading at the time and I’ve been alternating between history books on the Holocaust and the Tales of the City series by Armistead Maupin. The Tales books are frivolous, addictive and silly at time but also deal with the reality of AIDS in the 80’s. This drawing brings together the genocide of minorities by AIDS and before that, the Holocaust in Europe. Both affected the whole world and both, in the beginning, were considered ‘not our problem’ by the rest of the world.  AIDS was considered a gay disease, so it was ignored by the right wing politicians who controlled America. Throughout the 80’s, AIDS activists fought for medication and compassion from the rest of the world but instead gay people were further demonized. 
I grew up and became sexually active in the era where HIV would kill you within a few years. Even though I was ‘straight’ at the time, I was still deathly paranoid of being infected but also bought into the idea that gay men could infect me just by being alone with them. I had almost no AIDS education and no facts. I was overcome with fears and propaganda spread by the religious right despite the fact that I grew up in large cities.
The showers and the trains in my drawings represent the means in which the minorities were killed by the Nazi’s. The characters all possess a shower head to give themselves the illusion that they are in control of their own fate and imminent death.

crazyfruityhigh:

"Butt Pirates of the World Unite and Take Over" Schwartz 2013

My drawings are heavily influenced by the books I’m reading at the time and I’ve been alternating between history books on the Holocaust and the Tales of the City series by Armistead Maupin. The Tales books are frivolous, addictive and silly at time but also deal with the reality of AIDS in the 80’s. This drawing brings together the genocide of minorities by AIDS and before that, the Holocaust in Europe. Both affected the whole world and both, in the beginning, were considered ‘not our problem’ by the rest of the world.  AIDS was considered a gay disease, so it was ignored by the right wing politicians who controlled America. Throughout the 80’s, AIDS activists fought for medication and compassion from the rest of the world but instead gay people were further demonized. 

I grew up and became sexually active in the era where HIV would kill you within a few years. Even though I was ‘straight’ at the time, I was still deathly paranoid of being infected but also bought into the idea that gay men could infect me just by being alone with them. I had almost no AIDS education and no facts. I was overcome with fears and propaganda spread by the religious right despite the fact that I grew up in large cities.

The showers and the trains in my drawings represent the means in which the minorities were killed by the Nazi’s. The characters all possess a shower head to give themselves the illusion that they are in control of their own fate and imminent death.

arthackday:

An undisclosed collector takes over Jeremy Bailey’s Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/events/1424518441099790

arthackday:

An undisclosed collector takes over Jeremy Bailey’s Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/events/1424518441099790

Source: baileymathehunt

splitsider:

NBC is resurrecting Last Comic Standing with Wanda Sykes as host for Summer 2014.

splitsider:

NBC is resurrecting Last Comic Standing with Wanda Sykes as host for Summer 2014.