Derby and Glasscock, Jingletown, Oakland, CA.
Street artists Vouge tdk, Ernest Doty, and Griffin One collaborate for this mural. There’s some pretty cool shit in this painting, including a chameleon and a pixelated rainbow.
Formerly known as San Antonio, Oakland, Ca, Jingletown is one of the fastest growing art districts in the Bay. Strolling the streets, you can see murals, mosaics, sculptures, and some pretty cool people.
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i find it interesting that when it comes to liking girls I’m just like GIRLS ALL GIRLS YES PERFECT GIRLS but with boys i’m like you must fit criteria 1-9 but 9 is optional only if you completely fill criteria 10-13 with a non-optional essay on 21st century sexism due by 5am
I don’t call that interesting. More like “prejudice” “discrimination” or “inherent bias”
could someone please come pick up their crying child
The video this is from is even better because there’s like five minutes of video of these dogs and then at the very end this happens and you hear a little “Frrt” and the dog makes that face and it just
Go Go Tomago and Honey Lemon
okay I have one thing to say about these ladies.
Go Go’s got those gorgeous thighs and HIPS LIKE DAMN GIRL
and HONEY IS SLAYING WITH THOSE LONG LEGS WORK IT BABE
But all of their female characters look the EXACT SAME with NO ORIGINALITY
Did u really just say exactly the same like are you looking at the same picture as me? Please tell me one part of these woman that is the same. Please. You can’t. Because there isn’t.
a.) they were most likely being sarcastic, but b.) disney’s female samefacing is a legitimate longstanding problem and this movie still has problems with whitewashing so it’s a useless and bad comment. and c.) THEY ARE SUPER DUPER CUTE WOW
Native Americans represent just one per cent of the US population and some languages have only one speaker left. Now a new generation is fighting to preserve the culture.
Artist Samantha Keely Smith paints breathtaking abstract landscapes that resemble the swirling waters of the ocean. Using oil paint, enamel, and shellac, Smith builds up multiple translucent layers of color, alternating between soft brushstrokes and large, sweeping gestures to evoke crashing waves, surging tides, and stormy floods.
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