We Are Human.
I'm Danielle. UCLA Psychology student. My philosophy is kindness.

Here you will find art, poetry, brains, literature, psychology, sociology, LGBTQ issues, astronomy, logic, atheism/agnosticism (Though I respect and admire your faith), music, anatomy, intellects, cats, quotes, and of course; disorder and disarray.

Enjoy.
We Are Human.
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nevver:

Design Crush
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tamarra1312:

Ta jutra.
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asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
asylum-art:

Vibrant Portraits by Duarte Vitoria
Portuguese artist Duarte Vitoria creates oil paintings on canvas that release his unique style in a perfect and dramatic coloring.
A whirlwind of emotions and torments drags the viewer into his universe. Brushstrokes that seem to enlarge every detail, exaggerating the boundaries and definition of anatomical correctness and at the same time enhancing the expression of the body. A stumble of sensations between beautiful and ugly, good and bad that we enjoyed and hope you will as well.
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michaelswaney:

Brad Phillips, FOR ALL WOMEN BUT MAINLY FOR SEX WORKERS & SINGLE MOTHERS, 2013
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nothingishappyanymore:

 If Barbie was an actual woman, she would be 5’9” tall, have a 39” bust, an 18” waist, 33” hips and a size 3 shoe.
• Barbie calls this a “full figure” and likes her weight at 110 lbs.
• At 5’9” tall and weighing 110 lbs, Barbie would have a BMI of 16.24 and fit the weight criteria for anorexia. She likely would not menstruate.
• If Barbie was a real woman, she’d have to walk on all fours due to her proportions.
 • Slumber Party Barbie was introduced in 1965 and came with a bathroom scale permanently set at 110 lbs with a book entitled “How to Lose Weight” with directions inside stating simply “Don’t eat.”
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“Love says: I’ve seen the ugly parts of you, and I’m staying.”

“Our culture doesn’t love love; It loves the idea of love. It wants the emotion without the sacrifice.”

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Matt Chandler (via lndisher)
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writershigh:

A Need So Great
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jackvanzet:

Jack Vanzet
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1000drawings:

by Henrietta Harris