darksilenceinsuburbia:

William Strang.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Strang
samjoonyuh:

Perspective. 
samjoonyuh:

Perspective. 
thebristolboard:

Complete original art by Joe Sacco for “Notes From a Defeatist,” from Yahoo #5, published by Fantagraphics, December 1991.
thebristolboard:

Complete original art by Joe Sacco for “Notes From a Defeatist,” from Yahoo #5, published by Fantagraphics, December 1991.

thebristolboard:

Complete original art by Joe Sacco for “Notes From a Defeatist,” from Yahoo #5, published by Fantagraphics, December 1991.

(via fantagraphics)

humansofnewyork:

"I’m studying to be a lawyer. He likes books about frogs." 
(Kasangulu, Democratic Republic of Congo)

humansofnewyork:

"I’d like them to be ministers or business people. But this one is supposed to start school this year, and I don’t have the money to send him." 
(Kasangulu, Democratic Republic of Congo)

daccodacc:

I laughed so hard no sound came out
daccodacc:

I laughed so hard no sound came out

daccodacc:

I laughed so hard no sound came out

(via honeybunchesofgoats)

phoenixfalls:


I remember talking to my mother and seeing Snow White and wondering if there’d ever be Chocolate Brown or something like that. But my parents were very good at making sure I had dolls that looked like me, and books with brown children in them, and birthday cards with brown children on them. They were very aware. When you discount a child from fantasy, it’s a very strong statement. You think, Wow, somebody made an entire movie with elves, and trees that talk, and things that fly, and there was no room for me.

Anika Noni Rose in Vanity Fair. (Interview by Alex Beggs; Photographs by Justin Bishop.)
phoenixfalls:


I remember talking to my mother and seeing Snow White and wondering if there’d ever be Chocolate Brown or something like that. But my parents were very good at making sure I had dolls that looked like me, and books with brown children in them, and birthday cards with brown children on them. They were very aware. When you discount a child from fantasy, it’s a very strong statement. You think, Wow, somebody made an entire movie with elves, and trees that talk, and things that fly, and there was no room for me.

Anika Noni Rose in Vanity Fair. (Interview by Alex Beggs; Photographs by Justin Bishop.)

phoenixfalls:

I remember talking to my mother and seeing Snow White and wondering if there’d ever be Chocolate Brown or something like that. But my parents were very good at making sure I had dolls that looked like me, and books with brown children in them, and birthday cards with brown children on them. They were very aware. When you discount a child from fantasy, it’s a very strong statement. You think, Wow, somebody made an entire movie with elves, and trees that talk, and things that fly, and there was no room for me.

Anika Noni Rose in Vanity Fair. (Interview by Alex Beggs; Photographs by Justin Bishop.)

(via racebending)

urhajos:

Ella & Pitr urhajos:

Ella & Pitr urhajos:

Ella & Pitr urhajos:

Ella & Pitr urhajos:

Ella & Pitr
hyperb0rean:


Norwegian Brides (1870 - 1920)
hyperb0rean:


Norwegian Brides (1870 - 1920)
hyperb0rean:


Norwegian Brides (1870 - 1920)
hyperb0rean:


Norwegian Brides (1870 - 1920)
hyperb0rean:


Norwegian Brides (1870 - 1920)
hyperb0rean:


Norwegian Brides (1870 - 1920)