super underrated song
video is cool too
maybe top 10 Kool A.D. verses
I hope you’re good my brother
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Dope as Fuck by Lakutis has actually helped me feel better about myself the past few days
STUCK YO WHOLE HAND IN THE GRAPE BOWL, SUCKA
This beat though. I fucking love Lakutis
I am a proud Zimmie fangirl and will support George in whatever he does. I’m very excited for his boxing career to start and i’m really proud of him for that. Yes, he killed one violent, homophobic hoodrat in self-defense, but he also saved a family of four from a car wreck. Don’t let the bad outweigh the good. Yes, he has his faults but he deserves a boxing career. He’s a strong, good, handsome man <3
what the fucking fuck
i want to say that this is just someone trolling but it’s very likely that it’s not and that’s what scares me.
can’t flim flam the zim zam
hahaha “can’t flim flam the zim zam” hahahahaha
Anzeri uses found photographs and embroidery to create subtly sculptural pieces in which strangers are given new identities; complex and mysterious. Anzeri sees photographic portraits as landscapes, exploring them in order to layer them with his own maps or orientation to invent what he describes as “other possible evolutionary dimensions for the people pictured”. Labyrinths of forms and colours create intriguing geographies of faces, histories and souls with eyes that stare enigmatically from the centre of their ‘masks’. Alongside this established practice, Anzeri will show new works that utilise embroidery and personal photography to create imagined or psychological space; private reality that becomes public fantasy.
Anzeri’s interest in the sculptural form, the body and identity, gender and psychological boundaries also extends to a series of morphologic sculptural pieces that are made from synthetic hair. Taking inspiration from multiple sources - from Virginia Wolfe’s Mrs Dalloway to totemic cultures, 17th century Versailles and haute couture fashion - the installations involve the creation of a series of sculptures - each representing a different personality - that hover somewhere between theatre and fetish.
I think I’ve been waiting all my life for this
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