domsebastian:

Dom Sebastian

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memphis-milano:

"Mimosa" end table by Sottsass for Memphis-Milano in 1984. 16.5" sq. plastic laminate and glass top.

memphis-milano:

"Mimosa" end table by Sottsass for Memphis-Milano in 1984. 16.5" sq. plastic laminate and glass top.

(Source: soudasouda)

laurenrolwing:

Paire de fauteuils pour Poltrona Frau (1987), Tito Agneli

laurenrolwing:

Paire de fauteuils pour Poltrona Frau (1987), Tito Agneli

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horror-chata:

me as a dog

horror-chata:

me as a dog

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wnwnmemo:

ダックス工場

wnwnmemo:

ダックス工場

(Source: caiman212)

More like crapitalism

Karl Marx (via queerandpresentdanger)

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(Source: dan-mcneely)

If you define liberation as being able to do the things your oppressors do without barriers, you are seeking power, not freedom.

(Source: frank-e-shadow-tongue)

I think there is a real fear of being labeled anti-sex. The way pornographers and their allies have sold this is that you’re either pro-pornography or you’re anti-sex. Which of course is ludicrous because pornography is not the same as sex. Pornography is an industrial product. It commodifies human needs and sells it back to people, often in an unrecognizable form. It is not simply a reflection of reality. It is a specific representation of it and it is a specific way of representing sex.
Now to assume that if you are against pornography you’re against sex, is to assume that anyone who criticizes McDonald’s is anti-eating. People who criticize McDonald’s are against the destruction of the environment, against the assault on healthy foods, and against child obesity. They are against an industrial product. They are not against eating. So why can’t they see that it is the same thing when it comes to pornography and sex?

hersheywrites:

Michael & Janet Jackson - Scream

Legendary.
Never forget.

(Source: mvgl)

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