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July 26, 2014 at 8:30pm
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July 2, 2014 at 12:57pm
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retrogasm:

OH BABY YOU GOT WHAT I NEED…

retrogasm:

OH BABY YOU GOT WHAT I NEED…

2:35am
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June 26, 2014 at 1:33am
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The Soft Pink Truth - Black Metal (2014)

vajon ez az ember egy aberrált zseni, vagy inkább egy szuperintelligens troll??

hát akármelyik is, szerintem tuti veszélyesebb arc, mint bármelyik norvég black metál zenekar!!

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1:16am
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retrogasm:

I AM DEATH

retrogasm:

I AM DEATH

12:22am
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"where have all the flowers gone?" -pete seeger
Heather Heininge

hheininge-art:

"where have all the flowers gone?" -pete seeger

Heather Heininge

June 24, 2014 at 10:49pm
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Untitled, 1980Keith Haring

importantmodernart:

Untitled, 1980
Keith Haring

10:47pm
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Triptych, May-June 1973
Francis Bacon

Painted in memory of Bacon’s lover George Dyer who committed suicide on 24 October 1971. The triptych is a portrait of the moments before Dyer’s death from an overdose of pills in their hotel room.
Bacon was haunted and preoccupied by Dyer’s loss for the remaining years of his life and painted many works based on both the actual suicide and the events of its aftermath. He admitted to friends that he never fully recovered, describing the 1973 triptych as an exorcism of his feelings of loss and guilt.

10:45pm
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Francis Bacon

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Francis Bacon

10:44pm
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One of my all time favourite paintings of Francis Bacon;  Diego Velazquez ‘Pope Innocent X’ 1650 of which Bacon based his ‘Study after Velazquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X’ 1953.

forcemajeureart:

One of my all time favourite paintings of Francis Bacon;
Diego Velazquez ‘Pope Innocent X’ 1650 of which Bacon based his ‘Study after Velazquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X’ 1953.