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fuckyeahtattoos:

Newest tattoos!  Got them done at Boneface Tattoo.  I have biomechanical wings on each ankle, you know, so I can fly away and be a trickster God(ess) like Hermes.
I was going to get them on my back (I wanted them there when I was younger) but decided on my ankles because of Hermes and that I have a small body and want to use my back for other tattoos.

fuckyeahtattoos:

Newest tattoos!  Got them done at Boneface Tattoo.  I have biomechanical wings on each ankle, you know, so I can fly away and be a trickster God(ess) like Hermes.

I was going to get them on my back (I wanted them there when I was younger) but decided on my ankles because of Hermes and that I have a small body and want to use my back for other tattoos.

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windypoplarsroom:

William Trost Richards
“On the Coast of New Jersey”

windypoplarsroom:

William Trost Richards

“On the Coast of New Jersey”

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fuckyeahtattoos:

Design by Arindra Prakoso.
Done by Phil at Endless Summer Tattoo in Cocoa Beach, FL.
superradjew.tumblr.com

fuckyeahtattoos:

Design by Arindra Prakoso.

Done by Phil at Endless Summer Tattoo in Cocoa Beach, FL.

superradjew.tumblr.com

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devidsketchbook:

BODY RUB

Artist Julie Rrap - Deconstructed Body

(archival print on watercolour paper)

Fetishised and fragmented female body parts, such as hair, skin, bare feet, shoes, breasts and genitalia occur frequently in Rrap’s work. The artist also uses strategies of erasure, inversion and reflection. A key thread in the exhibition is the artist’s recurrent exploration of body fragmentation, or ‘the ways in which [Rrap’s] work represents the body as a fragmented entity’.25 Rrap explores the body in pieces, where body parts are separated from their host body and manipulated, stretched or squashed.

Julie Rrap has been a major figure in Australian contemporary art for over twenty years. more

(via shinyslingback)

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