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THE JOY OF TROPICAL BOY
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Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
Sometimes, what you see is not what you see :)
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Amazing Shadow Art Created From Junk by Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mind blown. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary objects - like rubbish - to make sculptures which really don’t look like anything. The magic happens when they point a light at them and project the shadows onto the walls. 
Read More
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durgapolashi:

"Pop stars traffic in symbology, so when white girls like Miley, Katy, and Lily Allen hide behind the claim that they just didn’t know any better, it seems insufficient. Maybe they didn’t, but somebody around them at some point should have. Which is why it felt tone-deaf when Taylor Swift put out a music video for her new single that featured a couple of scenes in which she used black dancers as props to offset her own clueless whiteness."
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"Into this humid cultural climate strolls Nicki Minaj, whose new video for “Anaconda” isn’t technically a response video to “Shake It Off,” but might as well be. The “Anaconda” video is an extremely self-aware deconstruction of twerking as a trend. Nicki inverts the Miley paradigm, putting her own body front-and-center and surrounding herself with dancers of all races. “Anaconda” turns Nicki’s butt into a literal force of nature, causing earthquakes in a jungle setting. After parodying the idea of exoticism by opening on a jungle scene, she shifts into a workout setup with comically small weights. All of these setups make the same point: Nicki’s body is the modern ideal. And because Nicki is spitting rapid-fire jokes the whole time she is onscreen, it’s impossible to feel like she’s been reduced to a mere body."
Molly’s Nicki piece x Ayesha’s Nicki tweets

ANACONDA: Pop Culture and Feminism
durgapolashi:

"Pop stars traffic in symbology, so when white girls like Miley, Katy, and Lily Allen hide behind the claim that they just didn’t know any better, it seems insufficient. Maybe they didn’t, but somebody around them at some point should have. Which is why it felt tone-deaf when Taylor Swift put out a music video for her new single that featured a couple of scenes in which she used black dancers as props to offset her own clueless whiteness."
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"Into this humid cultural climate strolls Nicki Minaj, whose new video for “Anaconda” isn’t technically a response video to “Shake It Off,” but might as well be. The “Anaconda” video is an extremely self-aware deconstruction of twerking as a trend. Nicki inverts the Miley paradigm, putting her own body front-and-center and surrounding herself with dancers of all races. “Anaconda” turns Nicki’s butt into a literal force of nature, causing earthquakes in a jungle setting. After parodying the idea of exoticism by opening on a jungle scene, she shifts into a workout setup with comically small weights. All of these setups make the same point: Nicki’s body is the modern ideal. And because Nicki is spitting rapid-fire jokes the whole time she is onscreen, it’s impossible to feel like she’s been reduced to a mere body."
Molly’s Nicki piece x Ayesha’s Nicki tweets

ANACONDA: Pop Culture and Feminism
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"Mending kecanduan mecin daripada kecanduan cinta karena walaupun keduanya sama-sama bikin ‘bodoh,’ cinta lebih banyak efek sampingnya"
Gue
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katechappell:

A pattern full of dinosaurs!
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nevver:


It’s enough
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smartgirlsattheparty:


President Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama helped fill backpacks with toys for homeless children at the Inspired Teaching charter school on Thursday. 
A sixth-grader at a Washington DC Charter school elicited laughs from President Barack Obama after she told him she thought the special guest at her school was going to be the singer, Beyonce. 

:)
smartgirlsattheparty:


President Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama helped fill backpacks with toys for homeless children at the Inspired Teaching charter school on Thursday. 
A sixth-grader at a Washington DC Charter school elicited laughs from President Barack Obama after she told him she thought the special guest at her school was going to be the singer, Beyonce. 

:)
smartgirlsattheparty:


President Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama helped fill backpacks with toys for homeless children at the Inspired Teaching charter school on Thursday. 
A sixth-grader at a Washington DC Charter school elicited laughs from President Barack Obama after she told him she thought the special guest at her school was going to be the singer, Beyonce. 

:)
smartgirlsattheparty:


President Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama helped fill backpacks with toys for homeless children at the Inspired Teaching charter school on Thursday. 
A sixth-grader at a Washington DC Charter school elicited laughs from President Barack Obama after she told him she thought the special guest at her school was going to be the singer, Beyonce. 

:)
smartgirlsattheparty:


President Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama helped fill backpacks with toys for homeless children at the Inspired Teaching charter school on Thursday. 
A sixth-grader at a Washington DC Charter school elicited laughs from President Barack Obama after she told him she thought the special guest at her school was going to be the singer, Beyonce. 

:)
smartgirlsattheparty:


President Barack Obama and the first lady Michelle Obama helped fill backpacks with toys for homeless children at the Inspired Teaching charter school on Thursday. 
A sixth-grader at a Washington DC Charter school elicited laughs from President Barack Obama after she told him she thought the special guest at her school was going to be the singer, Beyonce. 

:)
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"Poverty is the worst form of violence"
Mohandas K. Gandhi
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mensfashionworld:

Nuno Gama Fall/Winter 2014