do you know what’s weird? it’s still fall, and christmas is always on the fourth day of winter.
HOW IT FEEL TO KNOW GOD IS A BLACK WOMAN
Juliet Bates is a French photographer who lives and works in Paris. After a Master Degree in Art History, with a focus on the Freak Photography at the end of the nineteenth century, she went to Icart Photo school, graduated in 2011. With a pronounced taste for graphics, curiosities and scenes instilled with an absurd element, Bates explores photographic themes that appeal to her: the confrontation of man and nature, the passing of time, a certain fragility… Her series Histoires Naturelles won the price of UPP Découverte/Dupon 2012.
A regular client turned good friend was sexually assaulted and asked me if I would go with her to the police station to make the report. Here is what happened.
Things to note:
1. There may be some triggers around sexual assault, victim blaming, and incompetent police officers.
THIS IS IMPORTANT
THIS IS REALLY FUCKING IMPORTANT
this makes me so mad, and it also makes me realize how much more we all should really be educated about helping and not hurting others who have been assaulted
— patriarchy proverb (via stfueverything)
well one of us is going to have to change
I feel this when I attempt to fashion, honestly
Study of Pink
I’m thinking of turning this into a series, I like the way I use pink in my paintings. I’m going to try a few of them, including some that are not monochromatic and just use pink as a focus.
I love this!
Charming Illustrated Craigslist Missed Connections on Flavorwire
By Sophie Blackall
This lady is casually sporting a sort of Victorian-inspired (?) hairdo in the middle of a health foods (??) shop and I am so impressed.
(via The Sartorialist)