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fuckyeahbookarts:

Coloring for Grown-Ups: The Adult Activity Book by comedians Ryan Hunter and Taige Jense

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vanityfair:

Eddie Redmayne + Puppy in a Basket.

You’re welcome.

Photograph by Jason Bell. 

artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Kim Kheradmandi aka Kimbo Gruff | on Tumblr (b.1989, UK)

Kim Kheradmandi, aka Kimbo Gruff, is a British/Persian self-taught artist born in Paris and raised in Ipswich, England. Heavily influenced by his experience of growing up in a typical English town, he did street art at a young age and enjoys UK urban culture and making art at night. Kimbo has developed his style over the years by trying out tonnes of ideas in different ways. He is constantly using things around him as sources of inspiration for his work, whether it is visual, sensory or audible, and ­­gains power by staring blankly at nothing in particular. Currently working and living in Amsterdam, he also collaborates and works on projects with local artists, musicians and film makers beside his own artwork. At the end of the year, he plans to move to Berlin to pursue art.

Thanks Kimbo for sharing his experience with us. Kimbo Gruff can be found with updated posts on his Behance, Facebook and on Tumblr. © All images of courtesy the artist

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prettycolors:

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“ Just because you’re taught that something’s right and everyone believes it’s right, it don’t make it right. ”

—    

Mark Twain

(from The adventures of Huckelberry Finn. The first ban of Mark Twain’s American classic in Concord, MA in 1885 called it “trash and suitable only for the slums.”)

Banned Books Week

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nemfrog:

Plate XV. Nébuleuses. Les Étoiles. 1895.

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“ What Chanel really likes to do is work. Her next preference is for doing nothing. She’s a great dawdler. ”

—    A 1931 Profile of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel by Janet Flanner.  (via newyorker)

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