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tmagazine:

Illustration by Konstantin Kakanias
For many years, it felt like there was a choice before us: look grown-up and sexy or clomp around like a hearty German tourist. We all knew that flats were practical. But like pencil skirts and straightened hair, high heels denoted polish.
Looking over the fall fashion spreads of designer orthopedic sandals and neon-hued sneakers, I suspect that girls today probably don’t feel the need to wear heels to transform themselves into grown-up women the way I did. Whereas heels were once integral to power dressing, flats now connote a liberation from that stereotype. As clothes have become more gender-neutral, the need to announce our femininity with a percussive soundtrack has vanished.
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tmagazine:

Illustration by Konstantin Kakanias

For many years, it felt like there was a choice before us: look grown-up and sexy or clomp around like a hearty German tourist. We all knew that flats were practical. But like pencil skirts and straightened hair, high heels denoted polish.

Looking over the fall fashion spreads of designer orthopedic sandals and neon-hued sneakers, I suspect that girls today probably don’t feel the need to wear heels to transform themselves into grown-up women the way I did. Whereas heels were once integral to power dressing, flats now connote a liberation from that stereotype. As clothes have become more gender-neutral, the need to announce our femininity with a percussive soundtrack has vanished.

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Vincent van Gogh (March 30, 1853 – July 29, 1890)

I haven’t got it yet, but I’m hunting it and fighting for it, I want something serious, something fresh—something with soul in it! Onward, onward.

(Source: unhistorical, via bryanchvzz)

red-lipstick:

Maria Nguyen aka Duong Thuy Nguyen (based Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) - Hidden Pt.1, 2014     Drawings

red-lipstick:

Maria Nguyen aka Duong Thuy Nguyen (based Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) - Hidden Pt.1, 2014     Drawings

(Source: behance.net, via illustration-ilustracion)

exam:

Jiro Bevis x Laurie Rollitt

(via 248px)

qungreen:

Give you eyes

qungreen:

Give you eyes

foundinspirationmovingforward:

Lunar Fruit by James Ormiston

Sydney based artist James Ormiston is known for his art and illustrations of improbable things. His incredibly detailed pencil drawings of semi-realistic, surreal situations give us a view into another world. 

Want to win his work on a T-shirt? Join our give away here!

(via worthawink)

Susan Pitt - Asparagus

 

thefrogman:

62_Texas by Rémi Noël [website]

[h/t: deantrippe]

(Source: iraffiruse, via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

lustik:

Saddle Stitch, Lace Cowboys - Lisa Kokin - Craighead Green Gallery.

Lustik: twitter | pinterest | etsy

tigerxfang:

D.B. Horowitz

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北藝大動畫系學生作品

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