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fairytale-europe:

Nice, Côte d’Azur, France

fairytale-europe:

Nice, Côte d’Azur, France

devoutfashion:

Iesha Hodges - backstage @ Manish Arora - Paris F/W 2014

devoutfashion:

Iesha Hodges - backstage @ Manish Arora - Paris F/W 2014

(Source: devoutfashion, via fuckyeahhardfemme)

russianfamouscurves:

We love russian model Flora Kim by Victoria Janashvili

(via faypunk)

analogvisions:

City Sentinels IICapitol Hill, Seattle, WA, January 2013
Shot with a Holga 120NFuji Velvia RVP100F

analogvisions:

City Sentinels II
Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA, January 2013

Shot with a Holga 120N
Fuji Velvia RVP100F

shiftingself:

I watched the lake freeze from outside my window at the beginning of the winter and now in slowly watching it return.

shiftingself:

I watched the lake freeze from outside my window at the beginning of the winter and now in slowly watching it return.

goosberrye:

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

adorable.

goosberrye:

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

adorable.

(Source: gnossienne)

sosuperawesome:

Where The Wild Things Are by MyLovelyCreature

futurafrika:

i will be African even if you want me to be german and i will be german even if my blackness does not suit you i will go yet another step further to the farthest edge where my sisters – where my brothers stand where o u r FREEDOM begins i will go yet another step further and another step and will return when i want and remain borderless and brazen
MAY AYIM (1960 - 1996)

This poem by May Ayim reflects the experience of young Africans born outside the Continent: being African and German (or French or Italian), being German  (or French or Italian) and Black at the same time.This is the beauty of having two souls: they fuse and move synergically beyond any border allowing you to be “here and there” at the same instant.

futurafrika:

i will be African
even if you want me to be german
and i will be german
even if my blackness does not suit you
i will go
yet another step further
to the farthest edge
where my sisters – where my brothers stand
where
o u r
FREEDOM
begins
i will go
yet another step further and another step and
will return
when i want
and remain
borderless and brazen

MAY AYIM (1960 - 1996)

This poem by May Ayim reflects the experience of young Africans born outside the Continent: being African and German (or French or Italian), being German  (or French or Italian) and Black at the same time.
This is the beauty of having two souls: they fuse and move synergically beyond any border allowing you to be “here and there” at the same instant.

daughterofzami:

Audre Lorde, Katharina Oguntoye, and May Ayim

daughterofzami:

Audre Lorde, Katharina Oguntoye, and May Ayim

(Source: diekoni)

(Source: humornegro38)

dailyfeatorial:

Brazilian artist Rodrigo Torres creates stunning three-dimensional collages by carefully cutting and layering currency from all over the world. Insane!