GaZETTA de PARK-er


erdalinci:

Galeri Nev Ankara 30th anniversaire exhibition. Its so nice to be part of this with all those great names of Turkish art.

erdalinci:

Galeri Nev Ankara 30th anniversaire exhibition. Its so nice to be part of this with all those great names of Turkish art.

— 2 hours ago with 10 notes

theladybadass:

Artist Georgette Seabrooke in 1930s documentary, A Study of Negro Artists.

(via louter)

— 10 hours ago with 1330 notes
1109-83:

Anarcho-naturists in 1930s France who believed the best fashion was what we are born in. (Anarcho-naturism promotes an ecological worldview, small ecovillages, and most prominantly, nudism as a way to avoid the artificiality of the industrial mass society of modernity.)

1109-83:

Anarcho-naturists in 1930s France who believed the best fashion was what we are born in. (Anarcho-naturism promotes an ecological worldview, small ecovillages, and most prominantly, nudism as a way to avoid the artificiality of the industrial mass society of modernity.)

— 10 hours ago with 120 notes

neoafrican:

Love going through my dad’s photos of Ghana back in the 70s and 80s

(via firebombing)

— 1 day ago with 63 notes

pussylipgloss:

chaozus:

adrianlamort:

chaozus:

IM NOT EVEN TALKING TO ANYONE!!!

does your religion even allow tumblr or whatever?

yes but i DO know that my religion doesn’t allow me to whoop bitches lame 2nd rate asses if they fuck w me and i think u fuckin wit me boy ima take u down town mecca get u trampled over by a couple thousand of us

rip bitch

(via biryaniii)

— 1 day ago with 99968 notes
radicalarchive:

‘Anarchism: The Feminist Connection’, Peggy Kornegger, Anarchist Communist Federation, North America, 1981.

radicalarchive:

‘Anarchism: The Feminist Connection’, Peggy Kornegger, Anarchist Communist Federation, North America, 1981.

(via belarmy)

— 2 days ago with 53 notes

ryanpanos:

The Long Shadow of Chernobyl | Gerd Ludwig | Via

Part of the mystery and terror of the Chernobyl disaster is the invisibility of the threat. The explosion at the Vladimir Ilyich Lenin nuclear power plant released more radiation than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, and one might never know they were being poisoned until months, even years later. Veteran photographer Gerd Ludwig’s spent 20 years photographing the area, chronicling the ongoing consequences of the radioactive release.

“You don’t see it, you don’t feel it, you don’t smell it, you don’t taste it, but it’s there,” he says. “It’s around you, and that makes many people oblivious to the danger.”

— 3 days ago with 1109 notes