Pink Bunny Ears
“Who is the happier man, he who has braved the storm of life and lived or he who has stayed securely on shore and merely existed?” -Hunter S. Thompson
Pink Bunny Ears
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thesweetestspit:

Sculptures from the “Integration Series”, a collection by Joseph Barbaccia.
thesweetestspit:

Sculptures from the “Integration Series”, a collection by Joseph Barbaccia.
thesweetestspit:

Sculptures from the “Integration Series”, a collection by Joseph Barbaccia.
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showslow:

Japanese photographer Mitsuko Nagone uses herself as the subject in her series ‘I am more than my face’. This project is about exploring the concept of personal identity.
showslow:

Japanese photographer Mitsuko Nagone uses herself as the subject in her series ‘I am more than my face’. This project is about exploring the concept of personal identity.
showslow:

Japanese photographer Mitsuko Nagone uses herself as the subject in her series ‘I am more than my face’. This project is about exploring the concept of personal identity.
showslow:

Japanese photographer Mitsuko Nagone uses herself as the subject in her series ‘I am more than my face’. This project is about exploring the concept of personal identity.
showslow:

Japanese photographer Mitsuko Nagone uses herself as the subject in her series ‘I am more than my face’. This project is about exploring the concept of personal identity.
showslow:

Japanese photographer Mitsuko Nagone uses herself as the subject in her series ‘I am more than my face’. This project is about exploring the concept of personal identity.
showslow:

Japanese photographer Mitsuko Nagone uses herself as the subject in her series ‘I am more than my face’. This project is about exploring the concept of personal identity.
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akatre:














































Tressage by Akatre, 2013
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carre-blanc:

Marcius Galan, ”Isolante (Tenso)”.
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anti-anti-anti-art:

Erin Burrnell.
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Happy Saturday 
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untrustyou:

Elinor Carrucci - Closer
Mother drives me in the rain. (2000)
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