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a look into my mind

experience the thoughts of a young man with an old soul

thtlntdtnth:

Shooter - Nico Behnzukeh

"The great thing about living in New York City—besides the 24 hour Bodegas— is the fact that every object, building or person that you see is bursting from the seams with personality. Even our walls have character. I wanted to play with that idea, as well as I was never taught not to play with my food. With that in mind, I did my best pairing some of my favorite fruit to walls who are the opposite of the color wheel."

Awesome.

thtlntdtnth:

Subject - Youngsta with the certified Gangsta lean.Shooter - Quan Brinson

thtlntdtnth:

Subject - Youngsta with the certified Gangsta lean.
Shooter - Quan Brinson

(Source: thtlntdtnth)

theyoungblackfeminist:

This is the most disgusting thing I have ever seen. These (mostly white) people are taking pictures of her like a zoo animal. Staring, shooting, then judging. This is a rendering of the modern Hottentot Venus experience.

It shows how Black women’s bodies are still commidified, envied, then rated inferior to historically traditional, feminine, “right” white women’s bodies. And how Black women’s natural expression and respect for their beauty is seen as putting themselves on a platter of some sorts, for other people’s ridicule or consumption.

Because notice what happens here: Most white men stare and take pictures (for their own use later). White women stare, take pictures (for their own judgement later), and literally every one of them turns away with that same look: arms crossed, lips pursed, trying to be incognito. It’s a jealously tinged with, no, based on hate. 

Just because racism looks different from history doesn’t mean it has changed.

(Source: blackjatovia, via dynastylnoire)

artisticfanatic:

I couldn’t stop singing the damn song so I just made a video
Groove theory-tell me

thtlntdtnth:

Person in photo - PriscillaPhotographer - Quan Brinson

thtlntdtnth:

Person in photo - Priscilla
Photographer - Quan Brinson

(Source: thtlntdtnth)

thesquareroots:

Some of my favorite photographers include Gordon Parks, Eli Reed, Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper, Bruce Gilden, Mel D. Cole,Cheryl Dunn, Joel Meyerowitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, David Gibson, Bruce Davidson, Andre Wagner, Bee Walker, Rog Walker, Dustin Snipes, Howard L. Bingham, Marcus Hartel, Trent Parke, Matt Stuart, Neil Leifer, Walter Iooss, and many others. They all inspire me to continue to work on my craft. I’m guided by Black Thought’s verses that deal with introspection as well as the beautiful struggle that is the human experience. I hope to I grow with my art.
Reginald Thomas

thesquareroots:

Some of my favorite photographers include Gordon Parks, Eli Reed, Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper, Bruce Gilden, Mel D. Cole,Cheryl Dunn, Joel Meyerowitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, David Gibson, Bruce Davidson, Andre Wagner, Bee Walker, Rog Walker, Dustin Snipes, Howard L. Bingham, Marcus Hartel, Trent Parke, Matt Stuart, Neil Leifer, Walter Iooss, and many others. They all inspire me to continue to work on my craft. I’m guided by Black Thought’s verses that deal with introspection as well as the beautiful struggle that is the human experience. I hope to I grow with my art.

Reginald Thomas

(via thtlntdtnth)

thtlntdtnth:

Elizabeth & Victoria Lejonhjärta from Luleå, northern Sweden with roots from Senegal/Gambia.

"We love to venture out into the northern wild for adventures, write, make short-films, watch good sci-fi/fantasy/anime, observe beautiful skies, talk for hours, hours and hours and make fun of everything we see."

(Source: thtlntdtnth.com)

amaalsdrifting:

day two

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