whyiswaldo:

http://www.ushistory.org/betsy/flagfact.html
adjutor:

Tauba Auerbach

sweeterthancyanide:

Choking Victim - 500 Channels

magrittee:

From Salvador Dali’s Divine Comedy series (and a personal favorite)

Rory Kurtz - Untitled, Editorial Art for Malibu Monthly.    Illustrations

just-art:

Currency Collage by Mark Wagner.

(Source: just-art)

unfallenkingdom:

nice
the-psychedelic-sea:

after the fall

emwolfilie:

By JG Vibes
Intellihub.com
July 8, 2013

According to his Wikipedia Page Mos Def is an American actor and MC also known as Yasiin Bey /jæˈsiːnˈbeɪ/. He started his hip hop career in a group called Urban Thermo Dynamics, after which he appeared on albums by Da Bush Babees and De La Soul. With Talib Kweli, he formed the duo Black Star, which released the album Black Star in 1998. He was a major force in late 1990s underground hip hop while with Rawkus Records. As a solo artist he has released the albums Black on Both Sides in 1999, The New Danger in 2004, True Magic in 2006, and The Ecstatic in 2009.

Although he was initially recognized for his musical output, since the early 2000s, Mos Def’s screen work has established him as one of only a handful of rappers who has garnered critical acclaim for his acting work. He is well known for his portrayal of Brother Sam in the American drama series Dexter. Mos Def has also been active in several social and political causes.

One of his recent causes has been to raise awareness about the force feeding procedures at Guantanamo bay.  Footage of this horrible display of torture was released this week by The Guardian.

[I have a very high level of respect for this man.]