The Middle of the Alphabet

The art and musings of Jeremy Owen

motherofqueers:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

yES

This is one of the most hopeful posts I’ve come across. To me, it says: there is always room for growth, and there are only boundaries if you create them.

(via chrisvisions)

rachelnotfound:

irisvolupta:

drziggystardust:

lilightfoot:

Colonisation of the poor. Photo, early 70’s.

Painfully relevant 30 years later. 

Powerful words. Powerful picture.

i feel sick.

There is always a profit in misfortune. What a wonderful world.

rachelnotfound:

irisvolupta:

drziggystardust:

lilightfoot:

Colonisation of the poor. Photo, early 70’s.

Painfully relevant 30 years later. 

Powerful words. Powerful picture.

i feel sick.

There is always a profit in misfortune. What a wonderful world.

(via unimaginableunimaginable)

nevver:

Toothpaste for dinner

That last one though.

nevver:

Toothpaste for dinner

That last one though.

kyletwebster:

** REBLOG AND WIN ** The Ultimate Megapack for Photoshop has been updated and now contains over 100 brushes for the same discounted price as the original pack. 

This is my best-selling set and it includes a wide range of incredibly realistic pencils, inks, gouache, oil and acrylic brushes, as well as some FX brushes, erasers, blenders and smudge tools. There is even a perspective grid brush.

THREE random Tumblr followers who reblog this post will win a free Megapack on Sunday, March 30th (Value: $13).

Thanks for the support, artist friends, and happy painting to all!

Worth a shot.

“We do not see the world as it is, we see the world as we are, or…as we are conditioned to see it.”

—   Gabor Maté (via sirmitchell)

I’ve been waiting forever for something like this to come across my dash. I knew there were a lot of these, but this is awesome.

(Source: fiti-vation, via duss005)

"Well, well, well," he whispered, "we are in trouble now.”

juliancallos:

Here are a bunch of youths stuck in foods.

gabeweb:

Venezuela: Protests against Maduro

This happened today in Venezuela, in a peaceful protest carried out by college students in various cities across the country.

The demonstration was met with violence from the Venezuelan Armed Forces, the Government Police and armed groups. Two students were killed by gunshots, and many other were injured.

The media completely ignored the violent response towards the students, because all of our national TV channels are under control of the government.

Our own government is killing us, either with hunger or violence. Please, reblog. We need help in Venezuela!

(vía coquitove)

(Source: color-codedquotes, via rockingmojo)

Salazar Slytherin. For WizWed.