I'm Claire. 22. I am a recent college graduate with a BFA in visual art. Right now I am just loafing...
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The tallest statue in the world, Ushiku Daibutsu.

this always gives me chills


I wanna visit!!!!

Besides, the world isn’t split into good people and Death Eaters. We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are.

sandiroseskips asked: For those who want to learn and understand Geisha culture accurately: DON'T READ "MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA". It was written by a white man who interviewed Geisha women and then twisted the stories and exploited one of the women he interviewed without her permission. Furious, she (Mineko Iwasaki) wrote her own book: "Geisha, a Life" And that is the book people should read. The one written by an actual Geisha woman. She claims it to be more accurate! Just thought I'd share this bit for everyone!


^^^This is incredibly important. Memoirs of a Geisha is shit. Not to mention the author actually violated their agreement and ruined the geisha’s contracts of silence with customers. The movie also did poorly in Asia for so many reasons.


Hey Hetero! is a public art project collaboration between artist Deborah Kelly and photographer Tina Fiveash. The project’s pieces have appeared in 30 illuminated public advertising spaces in Sydney streets, a CBD billboard, magazines, newspapers, bus ads, Avant Cards, galleries, and online. Hey Hetero! returns the gaze at heterosexuality: the priveleged sexuality which makes the LGBT movement both possible and necessary. In the form of simulated mainstream ‘advertisements’, the artwork invites heterosexuality into public discourse.


With the advent of photoshop and all the techniques used to manipulate photographs it’s hard to tell whether a picture is truly genuine or not.

Never the less I appreciate the concepts behind all of them.



with a lot of these older photographs they are probably fake. I can guarantee that the bureau and disembodied hand one is…

that happened when they photographers were lazy and didn’t exactly properly clean or change out necessary equipment and you would get a double exposure by accident… it was actually a really popular process too, and people of the era would pay to have their photograph taken with “ghosts” honestly, a lot of the film pictures up here just look like double exposures to me…


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CHG Circa Saturday, July 19th, 2014

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