poor girl's limo
daanieeeexxiv:

found this on twitter | @blackcognizance

daanieeeexxiv:

found this on twitter | @blackcognizance

ghoulnextdoor:

Darla Teagarden, ALTARS

"ALTARS is a self portrait series by Darla Teagarden about living with mental illness.

The series has personal roots inspired by her own life and the lives of friends and family members.  She uses Gothic and whimsical imagery which best evoke the bittersweet consequences of living with Clinical Depression and addiction. 

Darla makes her portraits by creating simple structures out of wood, paper and other  familiar materials. These serve abstractly as her ALTARS; A means for communication, protection, ritual and a sense of place. Each image was shot alone in the same 6 foot space. 

The images are black and white format, either faceless or Darla in character. The visual narrative is meant to communicate a common experience and unity. 

ALTARS is also dedicated to Darla’s Grandmother Jean Fay who committed suicide when she was a teenager and her late friend and artist, Nick Bohn. “

vintagelasvegas:

RIP: Sands, Aladdin, El Rancho, Landmark. Sands is now Venetian, Aladdin is now Planet Hollywood. El Rancho casino (previously Thunderbird, Silverbird) is where the Fountainbleu is being built. Former Landmark Hotel location is a parking lot. 

(Source: memoriastoica)

vintagelasvegas:

Atomic cloud seen from downtown Las Vegas. Nevada Test Site’s first nuclear experiment, seen here, was held on Jan. 27, 1951. Las Vegas embraced the nuclear age and billed it as an attraction. 

vintagelasvegas:

Atomic cloud seen from downtown Las Vegas. Nevada Test Site’s first nuclear experiment, seen here, was held on Jan. 27, 1951. Las Vegas embraced the nuclear age and billed it as an attraction. 

vintagelasvegas:

The Flamingo, x-mas 1946. This is “Bugsy” Siegel’s original Flamingo Hotel as it opened. It was a flop and would close in less than a month, before opening again in Spring ‘47. Siegel was fired (via bullet) June 1947, with mob affiliates Gus Greenbaum and Moe Sedway taking control of the resort within hours. The struggling casino was brought out of debt within months. Photo via UNLV.

vintagelasvegas:

The Flamingo, x-mas 1946. This is “Bugsy” Siegel’s original Flamingo Hotel as it opened. It was a flop and would close in less than a month, before opening again in Spring ‘47. Siegel was fired (via bullet) June 1947, with mob affiliates Gus Greenbaum and Moe Sedway taking control of the resort within hours. The struggling casino was brought out of debt within months. Photo via UNLV.

prairie-homo-companion:

this is from a real diary by a 13-year-old girl in 1870. teenage girls are awesome and they’ve always been that way.

(Source: eudaemaniacal)

fuckyeahtattoos:

kellymcgrathart.com // IG : @kellymcgrathart
Art Alive Tattoo Studio - Archdale, NC

fuckyeahtattoos:

kellymcgrathart.com // IG : @kellymcgrathart

Art Alive Tattoo Studio - Archdale, NC

fuckyeahtattoos:

kellymcgrathart.com // IG : @kellymcgrathart
Art Alive Tattoo Studio - Archdale, NC

fuckyeahtattoos:

kellymcgrathart.com // IG : @kellymcgrathart

Art Alive Tattoo Studio - Archdale, NC

actuallyisdirkstrider:

n0ot-no0t:

thisblogmayormaynotberunbysatan:

fruk-this:

rtrixie:

In the post you’re about to make, replace cis/white/hetero/male people with the Jews and if the result sounds like something that could be straight out of Mein Kampf, you should probably reconsider your social justice blogging habits.

bless this freaking post

straight out of mein kampf

THANK YOU SO MUCH

^This goes for pretty much every demographic in the world.

sometimes I just feel like crying