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iamprincessash:

I don’t even care how this happened
Aug 28

iamprincessash:

I don’t even care how this happened

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ballerinaproject:

Rachelle - Long Island City, Queens
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Aug 26

ballerinaproject:

Rachelle - Long Island City, Queens

Swimsuit by Black Milk blackmilkclothing

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Aug 23

foxmouth:

Perpetual Calendar, 2013 | by Arina Pozdnyak

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Aug 20

atraversso:

Funny World by George Christakis

Please don’t delete the link to the photographers/artists, thanks!

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Aug 17

sosuperawesome:

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Aug 12

hollywoodlady:

Dance: Ann, Fred, Audrey, Doris, Donald, Grace, Rita, Gene & Cyd

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Aug 10

loosetoon:

Behind the scenes of Sesame Street with the Muppets.

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zodiacchic:

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Aug 7

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Jul 31

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humansofnewyork:

“It seems that the more I tried to make my life about the pursuit of art, the more money controlled my life: collecting unemployment insurance, the humiliation of borrowing money from friends and family, tossing and turning at night while trying to figure out how to pay the rent. To survive I had to work hard jobs and afterwards I’d feel too tired and too stressed to paint. It’s very hard to create under those circumstances. Creativity is a delicate process. Often times I wonder if I should have just pursued a career for the first half of my life, obtained some degree of financial security, and then transitioned into art.”
Jul 31

humansofnewyork:

“It seems that the more I tried to make my life about the pursuit of art, the more money controlled my life: collecting unemployment insurance, the humiliation of borrowing money from friends and family, tossing and turning at night while trying to figure out how to pay the rent. To survive I had to work hard jobs and afterwards I’d feel too tired and too stressed to paint. It’s very hard to create under those circumstances. Creativity is a delicate process. Often times I wonder if I should have just pursued a career for the first half of my life, obtained some degree of financial security, and then transitioned into art.”