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Hi. I'm a student in Texas studying graphic design. I dig good stories, amazing food, and music with a fat beat.

salvadordali-art:

Woman with a Head of Roses, 1935
Salvador Dali 

salvadordali-art:

Woman with a Head of Roses, 1935

Salvador Dali 

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poopysoul:

kliuwong:

I haven’t taken a bubble bath in ages.

i see total slacker

I want to go to there.

I want to go to there.

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designaemporter:

Holy color


Tales from the Crit: For Art Students, May is the Cruelest Month
 by Jori Finkel, from The New York Times

On occasion I’ll reflect on what critiques do for me as a student, a budding graphic designer, and a human being. I read this article and briefly calculated how many critiques my peers and I go through in just one semester. It’s about 40 per course - not all group, some are one-on-ones with the professor. But your classmates do see your work at every stage. Now when I think about critiques, the only conclusion I’ve come to is that they distill the best and worst of who you are as a student, a graphic designer, and a human being. That seems really melodramatic, seeing it typed out. But it’s true. That in itself is worth every penny I’ve put toward my education at UNT.

monicatramos:

[ river / lake / spring ] paintings from the group show Just Swim ! 
available for purchase: info@artrebels.com

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Ok, Stop!!

"& Other Stories continue to unite and empower young female talent with the making of their first-ever fictional film, “Rendez-vous & Other Stories”. An irreverent short story that confronts the polar-opposite roles of beauty and intelligence that women are so often boxed into by the media, this is a satirical take on the conventional fashion film.

Director: Wendy McColm

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Ok, Stop!!

"& Other Stories continue to unite and empower young female talent with the making of their first-ever fictional film, “Rendez-vous & Other Stories”. An irreverent short story that confronts the polar-opposite roles of beauty and intelligence that women are so often boxed into by the media, this is a satirical take on the conventional fashion film.

Director: Wendy McColm

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parkerwoods:

Parker Woods

Astounding color

parkerwoods:

Parker Woods

Astounding color

I really think it’d make me feel better to go through the entire next two weeks with my middle fingers up 24/7

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