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Beautiful, natural scenery

Beautiful, natural scenery


This is a collection of Tweets from military veterans reacting to the police response in Ferguson. 

And if this shit doesn’t scare you, I don’t know what will.

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An Open Letter To The Guy Who Honked At Me While I Was Standing In My Yard


OK. Seriously? You come racing down my street, turn around at the dead end, race back down the other way - then slam on the brakes and HONK AT ME while I’m in my yard playing with my kid? You shout “how do I get to the highway?” — no hi, no excuse me, no please? (For the record, it’s the way the arrow pointed on the ‘no highway access’ sign that you just drove by, idiot.) Then you drive off and don’t say thanks?

I’m at home. It’s a Sunday. I am NOT IN A CAR. DO NOT HONK AT ME.

Based just on this very limited experience, I’m willing to say that you might be the biggest asshole I’ve ever met. It’s almost like you’re some kind of performance art project, in which someone tried to act like the ur-asshole. (Also your douchey little Audi doesn’t help; it sounds like an angry spoiled bee.)

Anyway, I hope you made it to wherever you were going, and then someone keyed your car and broke your nose. Happy Sunday!

the cure

the cure


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Illustration by Caroline SmithCosmopolitan magazine1973


Illustration by Caroline Smith
Cosmopolitan magazine

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Photographer and artist John Poppleton specializes in creating fantastical works of art painted directly on the human body. His Black Light Bodyscapes consist of gorgeous nature scenes painted with fluorescent pigments on the backs of female models, who are then photographed under black light to produce these extraordinary images.

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Chicago-born Kyle Thompson is a 21-year-old self-trained photographer. Having only practiced photography for two years, his work is technically challenging and aesthetically stunning. His photographs are mostly composed of surreal and bizarre self-portraits, often taking place in empty forests and abandoned homes.

His work encapsulates the ephemeral narrative, a nonexistent story line that only lives for a split moment. These images show the collapse of narrative, as there is no defined progressional narrative with a beginning and end; instead, these images create a loop. This fleeting moment lives on in a constant unchanging state. By diverting the view of the face, the images become more ambiguous, the viewer is no longer able to tie a defined story or definitive figure to the image.

See more of Kyle’s work on his Website, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr accounts.

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