Isn’t it a bit overdone with male models with slime in their hair?

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freereceiptwithpurchase:

Pictures from Momo Okabe’s “BIBLE”

something i was not prepared for and i had to catch my breath — shes relatively unknown outside japan even though shes kind of a protege of Araki.

the book is about her friends and lovers, trauma, sex, and alienation. and just these gorgeous painful colours that are like earth scorched by a sun much too close to our planet or some kind of aftermath of a nuclear fallout.. just amazing. 

http://www.sessionpress.com/books/session-05 if you want more info

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7lux:

Burning Blue (2014)
Frederic Fasano

7lux:

Burning Blue (2014)

Frederic Fasano

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cyberwave:

Lise Sarfati

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January 2014
Robbie Mckinnon by Fanny Latour-Lambert

doyouspeakfrench:

January 2014

Robbie Mckinnon by Fanny Latour-Lambert

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January 2014
Robbie Mckinnon by Fanny Latour-Lambert

doyouspeakfrench:

January 2014

Robbie Mckinnon by Fanny Latour-Lambert

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qualitymeat:

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tetsuota-desu:

Blue Box House, Tokyo - Mayumi Miyawaki, 1971.

tetsuota-desu:

Blue Box House, Tokyo - Mayumi Miyawaki, 1971.

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the garden for out there magazine

the garden for out there magazine

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Shirin Aliabadi | Iran

Girls in Cars 1,3 & 4 2005 Color photographic prints

Girls In Cars, a series of enlarged snapshots of Tehran girls stuck in traffic, clearly made-up to go to parties. Shirin explores the cracks that are created within monolithic socially oppressive systems by the emergence of small subcultures, specifically within Tehran.”

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shanolyno:

Ahead of tomorrow’s referendum, here are some of Raymond Depardon’s Scotland photos from 1980. I saw this work as par of Un moment si doux, a show dedicated to his colour work, at the Grand Palais in November.