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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!

gdfalksen:

Cecil Ehn’s spring wizards’ collection
photo found by  essayofthoughts

gdfalksen:

Cecil Ehn’s spring wizards’ collection

photo found by  essayofthoughts

(Source: bibbydeebobbydeeboo, via sansrevolution)

nevver:

Plastic bag landscapes, Vilde J. Rolfsen

(Source: vilderolfsen)

laurencephilomene:

Feminine Identities (final prints so far)

(Source: laurencephilomene.blogspot.ca, via fuckyeahhardfemme)

There’s like a million different ways to say “I love you”
“put your seat belt on”
“watch your step”
“get some rest”

..you just gotta listen

idk (via meri-juana)

(via feministsuperpowers)

felixbear:

me and grey

felixbear:

me and grey

dolorimeter:

indieuh:

fwarg:

India K’s "Shared Landscapes" feel like a cool breath of air in my winter shriveled lungs.

i am so happy people are seeing these! ack. 

these are amazing 

(via faypunk)

artchipel:

Kylli Sparre aka Sparrek (b.1980, Estonia)

After years of training to become a professional ballet dancer, artist Kylli Sparre realized it wasn’t the path for her. She has been searching for an outlet for her creativity until she found it in photography. Her passion is creating images using photography and image manipulation. Whether the images are surreal, dreamlike or symbolistic, they come from her thoughts, observations and experiences. Sparre desires to look beneath the surface, hear the unsaid words and study the relationships between people and their surroundings.

[more Kylli Sparre aka Sparrek]