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ariolimax:

So I had a weird night last night

gabite:

the deeper your voice is the deeper you can go in me

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lolsomeone-actually:

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keezzyyy:

this child dresses better than every guy in my school

I can’t even afford to dress this nicely

I bet his diapers are designer

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heteroh:

"your lips look so chapped"

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experiencebriggzie:

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experiencebriggzie:

Its been too long since I’ve done this… 

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littlestarlolo:

mom wanted me to do a test run of the face paint she wants on halloween
i basically turned my mom into a titan {

littlestarlolo:

mom wanted me to do a test run of the face paint she wants on halloween

i basically turned my mom into a titan

fucktheboundaries:

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fucktheboundaries:

Just, wow..

odditiesoflife:

Mind-Blowing Face Painting

Moscow-based photographer Alexander Khokhlov working with makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan manage to capture faces as surreal versions of themselves, inspired by two-dimensional posters, comics, pop art, paintings, pixelated images, and cartoon characters. The project explains: “Valeriya used different techniques of face painting so you can see a lot of variations – from sketch and graphic arts to water-colour and oil-paintings. This is a combination of interesting make-ups, studio photography experiments and careful retouching.”

archiemcphee:

Another beautifully painted and subsequently animated wall by UK artist and designer INSA (previously featured here). 

This piece is a collaboration with artist Stanley Donwood called Hollywood Dooom to help celebrate the release of a new album for Atoms for PeaceAMOK, for which Donwood did the album artwork. INSA painted the entire exterior of XL Recordings four times to create the frames for the animation. Of the work he says:

"My challenge was to take two very static items, a beautiful lino-cut and a less beautiful box of a building, and bring them to life. After a week of sweating in the Los Angeles late summer sun re-painting the whole building several times I got there. Animated as a continuous GIF it may only live online but some would argue that is where most now live there lives…

Check out more of INSA’s gif work and other pieces on his blog.

[via Colossal]