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madeupmonkeyshit:

Reppin the set


This is what power looks like.

madeupmonkeyshit:

Reppin the set

This is what power looks like.

(via ulisesfarinas)

femmefatty:

feyuca:

I am what I hate most in the world

i identify so strongly with this expression

(via spx)

(via gingerhaze)

Perhaps this is why creative people are singularly vulnerable every time they put their art — whatever its nature — into the world. Without the shield of, say, a Ph.D. to point to and say, “But look, I’m real,” it’s all too easy to hang our merit and worth and realness on the opinions of others — opinions often mired in their own insecurities and vulnerabilities, which at the most malignant extreme manifest as people’s tendency to make themselves feel big by making others feel small, make themselves feel real by making others feel unreal… When one is forced to be one’s own judge, one also tends to be one’s worst critic, and any outside fuel in the engine of self-criticism feels equally potent… Cultivating discipline and clarity in one’s self-assessment is of tremendous, soul-saving importance. It’s the ability, acquired through practice, of seeing one’s work for what it is — whether proud-making or imperfect or, quite often, both — by one’s own standards, and not to hang the fullness of one’s heart or the stability of one’s soul on those external opinions and definitions.
Some thoughts on the creative life, inspired by Anna Deavere Smith (via explore-blog)

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ulisesfarinas:

Still not big enough to be a city.

ulisesfarinas:

Still not big enough to be a city.

fabien-mense:

There’s no word to say how I love the street fighter games.

In 2008, Bastien Vives launched a big drawing tournament of street fighter on the catsuka forums, here is my answer to the mighty Gobi and his Oro.

At that time, I played Boxer (felt in love with his dash overhead, light kick, headbutt to ultra).

t-wei:

tinyteepee:

T-Wei

Couldn’t resist some H.R. Giger goodness. 

t-wei:

tinyteepee:

T-Wei

Couldn’t resist some H.R. Giger goodness. 

cloakanddapper:

You can tell the greatness of a man by what makes him angry. - Abraham Lincoln #gentlemanifesto

cloakanddapper:

You can tell the greatness of a man by what makes him angry. - Abraham Lincoln #gentlemanifesto