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(Source: andikob, via fuckyeahleipzig)

1000drawings:

rainbow by nokkasili

(Source: humaen, via heartlesspointless)

nevver:

Design Crush
cat-arsis:

@bohaeme while doing #justcrazycatladythings

cat-arsis:

@bohaeme while doing #justcrazycatladythings

(via ktzn)

donkenn:

July 2012

donkenn:

July 2012

donkenn:

October 2012

donkenn:

October 2012

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January 2013

donkenn:

January 2013

queerzinefestberlin:

do you want to be part of the // MINI QUEER ZINEFEST BERLIN // ?
when?saturday 06/09/14
where?faq-Laden, Jonasstraße, Berlin-Neukölln
what?release of queer zines, queer zinesters table, workshops, readings & cakes
can i participate? yes, you can!it’s a diy-event. Bring your own zines!!! If you want to offer a workshop, be part of a round table or have other ideas? Please get in touch! Write us to: queerzinefestberlin@gmail.com. 
which zines will be released? - a zine about *self-love & *self-care- Ethical Sloth #2 (queer comic zine)- La Moustache #2- Wer “a” sagt, muss nicht “b” sagen #3- Infecticitis #14
and maybe yours? 
who else will table?- heavy mental distro- riotmade with love
and maybe you?
contact?write to: queerzinefestberlin@gmail.com

queerzinefestberlin:

do you want to be part of the // MINI QUEER ZINEFEST BERLIN // ?

when?
saturday 06/09/14

where?
faq-Laden, Jonasstraße, Berlin-Neukölln

what?
release of queer zines, queer zinesters table, workshops, readings & cakes

can i participate? yes, you can!
it’s a diy-event. Bring your own zines!!! If you want to offer a workshop, be part of a round table or have other ideas? Please get in touch! Write us to: queerzinefestberlin@gmail.com. 

which zines will be released? 
- a zine about *self-love & *self-care
- Ethical Sloth #2 (queer comic zine)
La Moustache #2
- Wer “a” sagt, muss nicht “b” sagen #3
Infecticitis #14

and maybe yours? 

who else will table?
- heavy mental distro
- riotmade with love

and maybe you?

contact?
write to: queerzinefestberlin@gmail.com

Call for Submissions: Be part of the third issue of the zine: "Wer A sagt, muss nicht B sagen" / " Just because i said yes to this, doesn't mean i also have to say yes to that" //"Mach mit bei der dritten Ausgabe von "Wer A sagt, muss nicht B sagen"! // →

queerzinefestberlin:

"Mach mit bei der dritten Ausgabe von "Wer A sagt, muss nicht B sagen"!

Am 6. September findet im faq laden in Berlin das “Mini queer zine fest” statt (www.facebook.com/events/672991369458663) .
Ich hab mir gedacht, dass ist ein super Anlass für eine dritte Ausgabe von “Wer A sagt, muss…

lemond:

(via En Friche : Antoine Bruy)

mymodernmet:

From 2010 to 2013, French photographer Antoine Bruy hitchhiked across Europe with no fixed course or destination in mind. Along the way, he met several individuals who had willingly abandoned modern lifestyles in exchange for freedom in the wilderness. Their faces and homes are compiled in Bruy’s compelling series Scrublands.

fux-art:

„You can’t evict a movement“
http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/berlin/besetzte-gerhart-hauptmann-schule-in-kreuzberg-fluechtlinge-harren-weiter-auf-dem-dach-aus,10809148,27636008.html
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http://www.vice.com/de/read/update-fluechtlinge-ohlauer-gerhart-hauptmann-schule-kreuzberg -http://lowerclassmagazine.blogsport.eu/2014/06/gruenes-kreuzberg/#more-606 -http://ohlauerinfopoint.wordpress.com/
ill-will-editions:

Criminal Queers Support Ohlauer Rebels 
This is a communique for a banner drop in solidarity with refugees fighting for their lives in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. It was published on Indymedia on June 30, 2014, and is signed by “Some criminal queers and accomplices”. For more background on the struggle around the refugee-squatted school at Ohlauerstrasse, see the Ohlauer Infopoint blog here.  There is also a useful timeline of events in English here. 
A quote from the communiqué: 
"We do not speak in place of, or wish to speak over the voices of the folks occupying the Ohlauerstrasse school. The actions of these rebels have echoed loudly and powerfully from Berlin to Istanbul, Athens and beyond. To threaten to burn down a building and jump off the roof seems to us to say:“revolt or death”. The occupiers’ threats to the city and cops express a clear refusal to passively submit to the fate set out for them, and a choice to instead use their bodies to enforce their survival. For nearly a week now the occupiers have endured constant police harassment on the roof, while rejecting as misleading and insufficient every empty “offer” from the city. For these actions we have only respect and admiration.
At the same time, we have sensed a certain discord between the content of such actions and the form of some of the language used to describe them. A discourse of “nonviolence” and “human rights” keeps resurfacing, one which has made a point of distancing itself from “criminals”. We find the refugees’ rebellious actions inspiring, but we won’t position ourselves against those who are structurally criminalized. We count ourselves as among those for whom today’s prisons are built, and don’t wish to portray ourselves as innocent or blameless…on the contrary. We do not strive to legitimate or represent ourselves within the existent. We see this as a losing game, which ultimately serves only to demarcate who is killable and rapable, while positioning the State as an ally.”
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ill-will-editions:

Criminal Queers Support Ohlauer Rebels 

This is a communique for a banner drop in solidarity with refugees fighting for their lives in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. It was published on Indymedia on June 30, 2014, and is signed by “Some criminal queers and accomplices”. For more background on the struggle around the refugee-squatted school at Ohlauerstrasse, see the Ohlauer Infopoint blog here.  There is also a useful timeline of events in English here

A quote from the communiqué: 

"We do not speak in place of, or wish to speak over the voices of the folks occupying the Ohlauerstrasse school. The actions of these rebels have echoed loudly and powerfully from Berlin to Istanbul, Athens and beyond. To threaten to burn down a building and jump off the roof seems to us to say:“revolt or death”. The occupiers’ threats to the city and cops express a clear refusal to passively submit to the fate set out for them, and a choice to instead use their bodies to enforce their survival. For nearly a week now the occupiers have endured constant police harassment on the roof, while rejecting as misleading and insufficient every empty “offer” from the city. For these actions we have only respect and admiration.

At the same time, we have sensed a certain discord between the content of such actions and the form of some of the language used to describe them. A discourse of “nonviolence” and “human rights” keeps resurfacing, one which has made a point of distancing itself from “criminals”. We find the refugees’ rebellious actions inspiring, but we won’t position ourselves against those who are structurally criminalized. We count ourselves as among those for whom today’s prisons are built, and don’t wish to portray ourselves as innocent or blameless…on the contrary. We do not strive to legitimate or represent ourselves within the existent. We see this as a losing game, which ultimately serves only to demarcate who is killable and rapable, while positioning the State as an ally.”

READ / PRINT

fckaudiolith:

Schulstreik Berlin!

fckaudiolith:

Schulstreik Berlin!