// Rhinebeck Wrap-up!//

Aaaah what a whirlwind, crazy week! I flew out to New York Friday afternoon, took the train up to Rhinecliff Saturday morning, and then flew back to Colorado Sunday night—basically 48 hours of travel, in which I saw many people (though sadly did not get to visit with anyone as long as I would have liked) and bought a ridiculous amount of yarn (though not as much as last year, so maybe it’s a…

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Wordless WIP Wednesday

(Purposefully not linked through because of secret swap reasons, sorry)

Wordless WIP Wednesday

(Purposefully not linked through because of secret swap reasons, sorry)

viewparadise:

another-concrete-r0se:

themindsetofimperfection:

afrogirlwonder:

Relevant

I’ve been waiting for someone to make this a gif

damn near 30 years ago and still relevant

I need this show on Netflix ASAP.

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aadatart:

Artivism: Art and Political Response for Social Justice Against Racism

Young activists have taken to the streets and social media in protest. Hundreds have marched across America to demand justice for Michael Brown, a 19 year old unarmed black teen who was gunned down by a white police officer, and thousands have retweeted hashtags like #BringBackOurGirls, #DontShoot and #FreePalestine to draw attention to incidents of injustice. Although the public elects politicians, many times their outcries are not heard or addressed by their governors or congressmen but by artists, musicians, and authors.

There are many examples of contemporary black artists who are actively examining and critiquing our perception of the world through visual expression and revolutionary imagery. By referencing critical moments in history their work explores both the human condition and the process of human conditioning.

Top: Michael D’Antuono. “A tale of two hoodies”, oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″. 
Middle: Hank Willis Thomas, “I AM A MAN”, (2009)
Bottom: Faith Ringgold, “The United States of Attica, 1971-1972”

Read more and see more artworks

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theyoutubewriter:

thewriting-banshee:

I can not fathom to you how annoyingly frustrated I am by Sam Peppers actions; when you dig yourself a hole and find you’re to blame, the mature thing to do is accept and own up to your actions.

Not only has this boy lied further into protecting his image and his self, he has made the situation worse by opening his mouth; he has now threatened some one who has had the courage to show the truth.

We have had numerous amounts of evidence where people have shun the light onto Sam Pepper’s true self and I find it very difficult to believe that he will find a way out of this situation.

why the hell are these tweets not covering my entire dash

fix. that.

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anotherpearl:

ambhuurr:

I’ve got some knitting to do.

Long Sleeve Grey Shirt  |  Black Shirt  |  Tote

I have a need for these. A serious need.

Welp, there’s $35 I won’t be spending because American Apparel doesn’t believe in women having a chest greater than 38” around. 

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onlyblackgirl:

The history of film in one scene

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