Spring Summer Fall Berries

toothpast:

mamalalonde:

LOOK AT MY PRINCESS SNAPCHATS

what do you mean snapchats these belong in an art gallery

sometimes i just need to listen to tom jones so i can remember the feeling of being a teenager driven around by my mother.

fuckdad:

themano:

can someone from the sports side of tumblr explain this

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it is angry

manhood:

Nicki Minaj x Sandro Botticelli

manhood:

Nicki Minaj x Sandro Botticelli

jonasbrothers:

how great would it be if obama’s middle name was lee

matociquala:

damngruchy:

supermassiveasshole:

i was teaching my grandma to use computer so we can talk on skype and such but today she went kinda mad at me because “i didnt show her the knitting programme” and i was like what

and it comes out she accidentally opened ms excel and found out its a great way to create knitting patterns

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my grandma is 82

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The street finds its own uses.

theartassignment:

thefictionaleconomist:

Inspired by Gustav Klimt’s use of pattern and texture in how he created clothing during his Gold Phase, specifically his piece Adele Bloch-Bauer I
Materials: acrylic and paper collage
Title: Promenade
Artist: Joanna (preferred pronoun: she/her)
Posting for the 11th episode of The Art Assignment, Under the Influence — I thought a piece inspired by Klimt but based on the confectionary nature of a prom dress would be a good response to an art assignment from Peggy Noland whose art is centered in clothes.

So great! Thanks, Joanna. 

theartassignment:

thefictionaleconomist:

Inspired by Gustav Klimt’s use of pattern and texture in how he created clothing during his Gold Phase, specifically his piece Adele Bloch-Bauer I

Materials: acrylic and paper collage

Title: Promenade

Artist: Joanna (preferred pronoun: she/her)

Posting for the 11th episode of The Art Assignment, Under the Influence — I thought a piece inspired by Klimt but based on the confectionary nature of a prom dress would be a good response to an art assignment from Peggy Noland whose art is centered in clothes.

So great! Thanks, Joanna.