Anonymous asked: You are very arrogant, but you probably already knew that...

If I’m humble, I’m called insecure…If I’m proud, I’m called arrogant. 

It’s easy being a critic but what are you doing with your life my friend?? I mean, other than wasting your days on Tumblr sending anonymous hate mail to me. At least I’m a fag in charge, trying my best to overcome the heteronormative patriarchy…am I allowed to be proud of myself or do I still have to be silenced…?

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cornifero:

Subway, New york (Images from 70s and 80s) - Bruce davidson

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homotography:

Long After Sunset and Far From Dawn

I will never be a morning person, for the moon and I, are too much in love.

Testy McTesterson  (via paintedcorpse)

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blastedheath:

Rick Amor (Australian, b. 1948), The Unfinished Span, 2005-06. Oil on canvas, 143 x 176 cm.

cjwho:

Tula House, Canada by Patkau Architects | via

This Canadian house by Patkau Architects is anchored to a rock by steel rods so that it treads lightly on the ground and cantilevers above the Pacific Ocean.

Tula House by Vancouver-based Patkau Architects was designed as the main home for a married couple on Quadra Island, nearly six hours’ drive north of Vancouver. It also doubles as informal headquarters for their organisation, Tula Foundation, which supports healthcare and environmental initiatives.

The remote cliff-top house rests 13 metres above the water, and is surrounded by spectacular and varied scenery. There is a forest behind, and the Strait of Georgia in front, where the owners can also see the mountains of British Columbia in the distance.

"The topography of the site is highly irregular, and the prospects are diverse," said architect John Patkau. "One site is actually many sites."

The house replaces a dilapidated cottage and attempts to realign the site with its surroundings, according to architects, whose other projects include a cluster of temporary shelters for ice-skaters and designs for six earth-sheltered houses on land surrounding Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater house.

Land that had been extensively filled in was removed to reveal the site’s natural terrain, and native vegetation that had been stripped away was re-planted. The house is designed as a single-storey building to provide a more direct and intimate connection with the landscape, and features a moss-covered roof to help it blend in with moss-covered basalt hills nearby.

Photography: James Dow, Patkau Architects

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homedesigning:

Yellow Kitchen Accents

tedkincaidstudio:

Ted Kincaid

Nocturnal Landscape 113, 2014

Digital Photograph printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Pearl 320 gsm
20×16”
Edition of 3

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gacougnol:

Martin Martincek
The Month of Flamingos
1965 - 1966

angrywhistler:

Paul Jelinek

I woke up like dis

Anonymous asked: Stop saying that everyone copied your hairstyle, you got it from a magazine

Gurl I’m not saying that I was the first person ever to have it…I’m just saying I didn’t see anybody else rocking the half-blond-hitler-youth look until 2 years after rocking it myself  

Just sayin…

Anonymous asked: You are so hot. Do you have more nudes?

Aww thanks! Umm I mean I don’t really go around taking pictures of myself naked in the mirror (if that floats your boat then sail on) but I think I have some from various “photo shoots” I’ve done 

homo-online:

HOMO

efedra:

Gerry (cuts and fragments of photography on C-Print), 2006-11 by Célio Braga