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kyol:

80smuscle:

David and Peter Paul in “D.C. Cab”, 1983.

I can get behind these looks

kyol:

80smuscle:

David and Peter Paul in “D.C. Cab”, 1983.

I can get behind these looks


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fatj2112:

Erik Thor Sandberg

fatj2112:

Erik Thor Sandberg


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jockohomoremix:

Feminism Is a Pile of Dicks - Sarah Lucas’s “Peen Show” is void of the prequisite ‘baby’s arm holding an apple’, and while friendly to both museums and private collectors, lacks any sort of clear message. They’re big, they’re shiny and hey, how bout them photographs. Art F City squares it away: “And with that vague message about the world we live in, we’re left to wonder if Lucas is celebrating the D (as a monumental weapon), if it’s to be reviled (as a cold, dead chicken), or just, well, eaten as a banana. We just know that most of these objects are shiny—they’re meant to be looked at—and that they’re for sale. Nothing more, nothing less than a pile of dicks.”

jockohomoremix:

Feminism Is a Pile of Dicks - Sarah Lucas’s “Peen Show” is void of the prequisite ‘baby’s arm holding an apple’, and while friendly to both museums and private collectors, lacks any sort of clear message. They’re big, they’re shiny and hey, how bout them photographs. Art F City squares it away: “And with that vague message about the world we live in, we’re left to wonder if Lucas is celebrating the D (as a monumental weapon), if it’s to be reviled (as a cold, dead chicken), or just, well, eaten as a banana. We just know that most of these objects are shiny—they’re meant to be looked at—and that they’re for sale. Nothing more, nothing less than a pile of dicks.”


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dicksaspeople:

ATTACK!

dicksaspeople:

ATTACK!


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mikegoodlett:

Mike Goodlett,  plaster mixed with blue pigment, spandex fabric mono-mold.

mikegoodlett:

Mike Goodlett,  plaster mixed with blue pigment, spandex fabric mono-mold.


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le-chapeau:

Tono Stano

le-chapeau:

Tono Stano


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Parasitic plant, Cistanche tubulosa (desert hyacinth, dhanoon, Tartuth) in bloom. Harrarah, Qatar

Parasitic plant, Cistanche tubulosa (desert hyacinth, dhanoon, Tartuth) in bloom. Harrarah, Qatar


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ryanpanos:

Invasive Species | Dillon Marsh

In 1996 a palm tree appeared almost overnight in a suburb of Cape Town.This was the world’s first ever disguised cell phone tower. Since then these trees have spread across the city, South Africa and the rest of the world.

Invasive Species explores the relationship between the environment and the disguised towers of Cape Town and its surrounds.