untrustyou:

Anna Ladd
Things I Told the Internet, But Didn’t Tell My Mom

untrustyou:

Anna Ladd

Things I Told the Internet, But Didn’t Tell My Mom

dc-via-chicago:

mattVISTA, Malcolm X Park, Washington, D.C., 2014 (outtake)
© Danielle Scruggs
My interview with him is up at The Vanguard.
The Vanguard is my ongoing archival project consisting of portraits and interviews of Washington, D.C.-area artists in their creative spaces.

dc-via-chicago:

mattVISTA, Malcolm X Park, Washington, D.C., 2014 (outtake)

© Danielle Scruggs

My interview with him is up at The Vanguard.

The Vanguard is my ongoing archival project consisting of portraits and interviews of Washington, D.C.-area artists in their creative spaces.

visualideologies:

Remnants, Decay, and Ruth. 

July. 14’

nadine-i:

© Nadine Ijewere
headpiece -Alice Andrews
Model- Ayesha McMahon


can’t get enough of Nadine’s work.

nadine-i:

© Nadine Ijewere

headpiece -Alice Andrews

Model- Ayesha McMahon

can’t get enough of Nadine’s work.

davidsimonton:

"…Neglected Ugandan photographer Deo Kyakulagira (1940-2000) was never exhibited in his lifetime.”
Full article here.

davidsimonton:

"…Neglected Ugandan photographer Deo Kyakulagira (1940-2000) was never exhibited in his lifetime.”

Full article here.

lostinurbanism:

Maude Schuyler Clay
ranaa:

Lorna Simpson, Ebony (Branches), 2010

ranaa:

Lorna Simpson, Ebony (Branches), 2010

with my love @tionam at afropunk.
(photo by brianna roye for super selected)

with my love @tionam at afropunk.

(photo by brianna roye for super selected)

(Source: kingrizzlexv)

My past,” she told the room, “is littered with the bones of men who were foolish enough to think I was someone they could sleep on.

girllondon:

Rene Burri, Cuba 1993

girllondon:

Rene Burri, Cuba 1993

I despise my own hypersensitiveness, which requires so much reassurance. It is certainly abnormal to crave so much to be loved and understood.

Anaïs Nin (via rabbitinthemoon)

Hiromi Kakimoto, The Time of the Cocoon 繭の時間 

(Source: likebookends)

When others asked the truth of me, I was convinced it was not the truth they wanted, but an illusion they could bear to live with.

Anaïs Nin (via rainysolitude)

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege)