Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

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quel rat! (a real phony)
I wrote a two-part post on my blog aboutBreakfast at Tiffany's, racism, art as a product of its time, and escape.
I sort of meant for it to be a comparative analysis between the book and the movie, and it very loosely is, but it accidentally ended up being a bit personal as well. Quel dommage. 
Anyway, I’ve been writing a lot lately, and you should read it if you’d like.

quel rat! (a real phony)

I wrote a two-part post on my blog aboutBreakfast at Tiffany's, racism, art as a product of its time, and escape.

I sort of meant for it to be a comparative analysis between the book and the movie, and it very loosely is, but it accidentally ended up being a bit personal as well. Quel dommage. 

Anyway, I’ve been writing a lot lately, and you should read it if you’d like.

sun-fleur:

magritte x beyonce

sun-fleur:

magritte x beyonce

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"Poor people stay poor because they do arts degrees."

Sophomore Engineering Student (via shitrichcollegekidssay)

Poor people stay poor because other artists have allowed the industry to degrade to a level that people drastically undervalue art. In graphic arts, an independent artist typically makes below minimum wage. So many people take advantage of starting out and struggling artists, that they offer “exposure” as compensation. Or a hideously low rate. I have had people offer to pay me just $5/page for color work. And they saw nothing wrong with this offer. This is for something that I typically spend 4-6 hours per page on. And there are artists out there so desperate for ANY money, they will accept those offers. And thus perpetuate the idea that this is okay.

No, poor people aren’t poor because they take art degrees. They’re poor because there are entitled assholes who take advantage of them so they can turn a bigger profit.

Art is everywhere. Try to imagine a world without it. Without graphics. Without font design. Without logos. Everything done in the same, bland typefaces, with no images and no sense of color. Artists are more than people who sit and make pretty pictures. They are what gives companies an image, an identity. So why are they treated like the lowest possible rank?

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Yeah but guys. like. Poor people can’t even afford to do arts degrees–or degrees at all. So you’re kind of missing the point. Poor people stay poor because society has rendered it near impossible to move from one class to another–it’s so bad that there is more incentive to stay poor than to attempt to better one’s life… because “bettering” one’s life doesn’t really get most anyone very far–not that most people can even think about “life betterment.” 

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agreed. i’d like to say that i’m a writer, but i have so little time to write because i have to work full time plus freelance with some incredibly tedious content just to pay the bills… forget making any progress on paying back those student loans or even thinking about getting an mfa. i’m literally trapped in life due to lack of financial resources. it’s infuriating.

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egocentricacomeigatti:

The essence of decadenceProgetto fotografico di Tania Brassesco e Lazlo Passi Norberto

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forfutureskies:

beyoncearthistory:

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, “At the Moulin Rouge: The Dance”/ Beyonce, “Countdown” 

what a fantastic blog

forfutureskies:

beyoncearthistory:

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, “At the Moulin Rouge: The Dance”/ Beyonce, “Countdown” 

what a fantastic blog

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austin-baragary:

Art and friends. #firstfridays

omg i look sooooo good in this photo (i am the leg on the right)

austin-baragary:

Art and friends. #firstfridays

omg i look sooooo good in this photo (i am the leg on the right)

pomeray:

The Kiss, 1915 by Egon Schiele.

pomeray:

The Kiss, 1915 by Egon Schiele.

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