Yoshihiro Tatsuki, Tenmei Kanoh, Tetsuya Ichimura
"Woman and Man", 1971
I saw some of these in paris a few years ago
Jin and Jam by Hellen Jo
Exams in China are sometimes taken outdoors so that students can’t cheat.
This is the painting I’ve been working on for the last month or so. I think this is one of my strongest paintings, I’m really proud of it
ok I’m going to have to stop taking iPhone photos of my art sorry
My talented friend Ryan Dodgson drew my ‘building’-portrait for his collection ~ check out his book titled Buildings & Bodies
I was wearing one of my favourite shirts, which belonged to my grandmother. ♥♥
A girl draw a series of self-portraits after she’d taken LSD
After 15 minutes
1 hour and 45 minutes
2 hours and 15 minutes
3 and a haf hours
4 hours and 45 minutes
6 hours and 45 minutes
8 hours and 45 minutes
9 and a half hours
cover for an offerings issue
hoh hoho hooh
Finally somewhat Utopian cops a nation can be proud of!
In a stunning turn of events today in Thailand, riot police yielded to the peaceful protesters they were ordered to harass and blocked. They police removing barricades and their helmets as a sign of solidarity.
The protesters explain that their goal is to destroy the political machine of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who is accused of widespread corruption and abuse of power. Thaksin’s sister, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, is currently in power, and is seen as a puppet of her brother.
Suthep Thaugsuban, the leader of the widespread protests that have been going on in Thailand, told his supporters to storm the Bangkok Metropolitan Police Bureau. This was one of the primary buildings they vowed to take over in their vow to topple the Shinawatra government.
The move by police has surprised many, and marks a turning point in the protests and a potential shift in power.