abigaildonaldson:

Model protest during the Chanel Spring/Summer 2015 finale

ladies first

abigaildonaldson:

Model protest during the Chanel Spring/Summer 2015 finale

ladies first

(via themalevolentarmadillo)

@11 hours ago with 1215 notes
#this is so good! 
clavicle-moundshroud:

1888 bee keeping
@3 days ago with 1121 notes
#i am really into bees right now 
davidbrandongeeting:

butts for refinery29, 2014
styled by priscilla jeong

i give you: my freshman year of college, a still life

davidbrandongeeting:

butts for refinery29, 2014

styled by priscilla jeong

i give you: my freshman year of college, a still life

(via papermagazine)

@5 days ago with 1719 notes
#nsfw 
thecoveteur:

@ThomBrowne x the @NYCBallet x The Coveteur.
@6 days ago with 270 notes
#hashtag aesthetic 

"Your thighs are appletrees. Your knees are a southern breeze."

William Carlos Williams (via seabois)

(via atticuzfynch)

@1 week ago with 699 notes
the best micheladas in town (at Captain Tom’s Seafood & Oyster Bar)

the best micheladas in town (at Captain Tom’s Seafood & Oyster Bar)

@23 hours ago with 1 note

We’re discussing the Equal Pay Bill.

(Source: pagets, via leslieknope)

@4 days ago with 910 notes
#i love mellie #we do not touch the first ladies #scandal 
Never a bad time to bring this back.

Never a bad time to bring this back.

@5 days ago with 1 note
thisiscitylab:
Nestled in Houston’s Third Ward are six blocks chock full of art. Art you can touch, art built with slats and nails, art that people live in and live with. It’s work that takes the shape of a neighborhood. And though it’s the work of many people, including the residents who live there, this art is principally the vision of Rick Lowe, who was named one of the 2014 winners of a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant this week.
Project Row Houses is of a piece with several trends in contemporary art practice today, yet it’s also a project that offers transitional housing for young single mothers. Since its founding in the early 1990s, the program—or artwork, or conceptual project—has grown from 22 houses along a block-and-a-half to more than 70 buildings spread around the neighborhood. ”Social sculpture” is the term Lowe uses to describe Project Row Houses. It’s as good as any. Project Row Houses defies easy categorization.

-How a Houston Housing Project Earned a MacArthur Grant
[Photo: Project Row Houses]

thisiscitylab:

Nestled in Houston’s Third Ward are six blocks chock full of art. Art you can touch, art built with slats and nails, art that people live in and live with. It’s work that takes the shape of a neighborhood. And though it’s the work of many people, including the residents who live there, this art is principally the vision of Rick Lowe, who was named one of the 2014 winners of a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant this week.

Project Row Houses is of a piece with several trends in contemporary art practice today, yet it’s also a project that offers transitional housing for young single mothers. Since its founding in the early 1990s, the program—or artwork, or conceptual project—has grown from 22 houses along a block-and-a-half to more than 70 buildings spread around the neighborhood. ”Social sculpture” is the term Lowe uses to describe Project Row Houses. It’s as good as any. Project Row Houses defies easy categorization.

-How a Houston Housing Project Earned a MacArthur Grant

[Photo: Project Row Houses]

@1 week ago with 37 notes
#um very cool 
Loved all the rustic and glamorous touches at last night’s vow renewal with the inimitable @brambleandbee. (at Julia Ideson Building)

Loved all the rustic and glamorous touches at last night’s vow renewal with the inimitable @brambleandbee. (at Julia Ideson Building)

@1 week ago with 1 note