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Finally there is a video for Mapei’s Don’t wait track.

louxthevintageguru:

It’s not a Dress- it’s a Kilt ❤ is African Photographer: Harness Hamese Location: Old Parliament Building, Pretoria, South Africa
Mosaert is a clothing line from Belgian singer Stromae, you probably recognize some of the items from his great videos.
Omaima Aree Nelson, a 24-year-old Egyptian model. On Thanksgiving 1991, Nelson bludgeoned William Nelson, her husband. Then she skinned the torso, cooked the decapitated head and fried the hands in oil.
OP doesn’t mention that she was sexually assaulted repeatedly by her husband. Not to mention she was circumcised which made the assault worse.
She castrated him as revenge.
Crazy…sure, it all is. But her desperation and the fucked-up abuse she had to endure breaks our hearts.

to me….an intense collide of fashion ‘n culture

trueafricanoriginal:

Enki Eyewear Campaign by Whitepoint.er

(almost) everything is right in this picture!

Devin Troy Strother made these fab pieces of Art on Art

connecting high art, kitschy cartooning and street talk.

A Black John Baldessari in, “Nigga This is Art” part 1, 2012, acrylic and paper on panel, 8 x 10 inches

A Black Joseph Beuys in, “Nigga in a gallery with a coyote,” 2012, acrylic, fabric and cut paper on canvas, 12 x 17 inches

A Black Chris Burden in, “Shoot me in the arm nigga,” 2012, acrylic and paper on canvas, 8 x 10 inches

A Black Marina Abramovic in “I’m gonna fuckin’ shoot you with this arrow”, 2012, Acrylic, gouache and paper collage on panel, 10 x 8 inches

(Source: museumuesum, via neon-fruit-supermarket)

This week the last of the Tielman brothers, Reggy Tielman died. The 4 brothers formed a Rock ‘n Roll band in the late 40ties and when they moved from Indonesia to the Netherlands they became the first Rock ‘n Roll band here. Their energetic music and performances were considered way to wild by the Dutch in 1960 and so they went to play in Germany where they became quite successful. I’ve been watching some live performances on Youtube, they are amazing and I can see how they were an inspiration to many musicians.

black-boys:

Jean-Sebastien Pougnand by Olivia Rose | i-D Magazine