Here's to those outside the fucking veil

Emotionally vulnerable teenage druggie seeks companionship in the form of perception-altering substances, intimate caresses, and heavy metal.
shawtynug:

My dealer asks me to take pics of his nugs for him. I’m pretty sure he sends them out to people when they ask what he has.

shawtynug:

My dealer asks me to take pics of his nugs for him. I’m pretty sure he sends them out to people when they ask what he has.

(via shawtynug)

kuinexs:

Seung-Hwan OH

Impermanence
Pigment print and microbes on cotton paper.

2012 ~

The visual result of the symbiosis between film matter and organic matter is the conceptual origin of this body of work.

The process involves the cultivation of emulsion consuming microbes on a visual environment created through portraits and a physical environment composed of developed film immersed in water. As the microbes consume light-sensitive chemical over the course of months, the silver halides destabilize, obfuscating the legibility of foreground, background, and scale. This creates an aesthetic of entangled creation and destruction that inevitably is ephemeral, and results in complete disintegration of the film so that it can only be delicately digitized before it is consumed.

Gang Starr

—Moment of Truth

real-hiphophead:

Gang Starr - Moment Of Truth (1998)

"They say it’s lonely at the top, in whatever you do
You always gotta watch motherfuckers around you
Nobody’s invincible, no plan is foolproof
We all must meet our moment of truth …”

(via life-love-stress-and-set-backs)

asylum-art:

Berlinde De Bruyckere.:Suffering and Protection
Flemish sculptor creates sculptures and drawings of suffering human bodies that resemble nothing so much as reality. It mixes in his sculptures on religious grounds and media images and writes the Christian motif of the human suffering in the contemporary era. The confrontation with the body that engages the artist led to questions about the ethics of our society and are the place to fundamental questions about the nature of the human being.
These disturbing and uncannily lifelike sculptures by Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere are incredibly visceral and eerie. The repulsion instinctively triggered in the viewer comes from their verisimilitude, and the sense of reality of this nameless, grotesque, distorted, half-human, seemingly fluid flesh; combined with their beauty, the delicate, subtle mottling of colors, the pure realistic visceral fleshiness of the works, and their technical grace.