Clara, Brazil

19thcenturyboyfriend:

Johannes Ottesen (Danish, after 1875– after 1936), Nude Youth
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19thcenturyboyfriend:

Johannes Ottesen (Danish, after 1875– after 1936), Nude Youth

(via blastedheath)

essentialisinvisible:

Adolf Hitler’s designs for the nazi symbol (1920).
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essentialisinvisible:

Adolf Hitler’s designs for the nazi symbol (1920).

(via remorso)

wrimwramwrom:

Black Panthers protesting against the Vietnam War (Washington, D.C, 1969)
Photo by Bruno Barbey
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wrimwramwrom:

Black Panthers protesting against the Vietnam War (Washington, D.C, 1969)

Photo by Bruno Barbey

(via flowerxgrrrl)

fuckyeahanarchopunk:

Ritz hotel in Barcelona. Collectivized by the anarchists (CNT) and socialists (UGT) as soup kitchen during the Civil War.

1936-1937. The short summer of anarchy in Catalonia and Aragon. 

(via anarcho-queer)

asylum-art:

Amanda Elizabeth Joseph

Amanda Elizabeth Joseph is an artist hailing from Fort Wwayne, Indiana, USA. There truly is a kind of disgusting beauty and revolting tenderness to Joseph’s paintings…nasty skin infections and herpes-like sores made of glittered sequins and ruby jewels. Kiss me

Joesph’s careful rendering of the imperfections of the skin (pimples, acne, skin blemishes and discoloration, etc.) is what adds that little cherry on top that successfully compliments the odd and colorful skin diseases that adorns the subjects’ skin in her series.

(via unintendedsober)

blastedheath:

Lester Johnson (American, 1919-2010), City #3, 1972. Oil on canvas, 39 7/8 x 42 in. View high resolution

blastedheath:

Lester Johnson (American, 1919-2010), City #3, 1972. Oil on canvas, 39 7/8 x 42 in.

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