hollyisaheadcase:

printstamps:

New woodcuts by Goedele Peeters

reduction woodcut and stencil on Zerkall paper
27.5 inch x 34.5 inch | 70 cm x 95 cm
water reflections (morning, afternoon and evening) of a courtyard inside a residence in Tripoli, Libya, the work created during recent artist residence sponsored by the Belgian Embassy in Tripoli.
I am excited that Antwerp-based artist Goedele Peeters will be visiting Stamps School of Art and Design as a Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist this coming fall 2014 semester. Goedele was a Roman J. Witt Artist-in-Residence  at Stamps School in 2009.

Woodcuts….. these are fucking woodcuts….
Holy shit. Incredible.

hollyisaheadcase:

printstamps:

New woodcuts by Goedele Peeters

reduction woodcut and stencil on Zerkall paper
27.5 inch x 34.5 inch | 70 cm x 95 cm
water reflections (morning, afternoon and evening) of a courtyard inside a residence in Tripoli, Libya, the work created during recent artist residence sponsored by the Belgian Embassy in Tripoli.
I am excited that Antwerp-based artist Goedele Peeters will be visiting Stamps School of Art and Design as a Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist this coming fall 2014 semester. Goedele was a Roman J. Witt Artist-in-Residence  at Stamps School in 2009.

Woodcuts….. these are fucking woodcuts….
Holy shit. Incredible.

zenis:

wet dream: being financially secure with a career i enjoy

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tastefullyoffensive:

Vin Diesel with the Hair of Other Celebrities [via]

rhrealitycheck:

“Clinic escorting is one of the absolute best parts of my life, no question.” 
Talking to Men Who Are Clinic Escorts

rhrealitycheck:

Clinic escorting is one of the absolute best parts of my life, no question.” 

Talking to Men Who Are Clinic Escorts

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theboywhofangirled:

Idk I think feminism should be called something different like common sense or something

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trillow:

do you think ants get confused when they accidentally get on buses and end up really far away

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To say “Just have the baby” is to tell someone they should just casually take on what can be an experience where you’re thrust into both love at first sight and devastating fear, anguish, and possibly heartbreak in a very short period of time. A time, no less, when you may be at the very end of your physical and emotional endurance.

There’s no “just” about having a baby. And not necessarily any justice, either.


Just have the baby? Only if you want to. Because no one else can take on any of the pain or risk, and it’s rare that you’ll be helped significantly with the costs—something I think anyone capable of becoming pregnant understands all too well and that forced pregnancy activists work very hard not to acknowledge.

Natasha Chart, Just Have the Baby? A New Mom Reveals Why There Is No ‘Just,’ and Not Necessarily Any Justice Either (via rhrealitycheck)

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aimlessme:

Tragedy in Wisconsin

aimlessme:

Tragedy in Wisconsin

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