"When I got accepted into the Master’s program at the University of Damascus, it felt like the whole world was in my hands. For the last three weeks before the exam, I studied for 20 hours every day. My eyes got so tired and swollen that I could not see the letters anymore. So when I heard that I passed, I felt that nothing was impossible. All my friends and family were surrounding me and kissing me."
"How did you celebrate?"
"Well, we were poor. So I bought a Pepsi to share with my friends."
Featured curator: Justin Ruckman
Kota Hiratsuka draws from both the traditions of Japanese origami and the modern techniques of computer modeling to create these 3D origami mosaics. Some of them are modeled in paper, others in pixels. All of them can be found on his website: Origami Mosaics, and his Tumblr.
A few weeks ago, writer Katie Notopoulos created a holiday called Unfollow a Man Day, wherein everyone (women and men) was encouraged everyone to Unfollow a Man on social media. Men’s rights activists were enraged, cable news was intrigued, and a lot of people felt quiet relief. MORE FROM OTM’S TLDR
@gatsptv in an alley off Larimer in Denver’s RiNo Art District.
#gats #kuyagats #gatsptv #mural #art #publicart #streetart #streetartdenver #rino #rinoartdistrict #denver #impermanentart #ontour (at RiNo Art District)
Are white person can walk into Walmart with a pistol and call it their right to bear arms but god forbid a person of colour picks up a toy
they thought he was about to do what white men have been doing all over this country and go on a shooting rampage
(Source: coolator, via santa-de-pugs)
By students who would leave surprises for all
"Affirmative action was designed to keep women and minorities in competition with each other, to distract us, while white dudes inject AIDS into our chicken nuggets. That’s a metaphor!"
#tina fey love