50 Year Old Photographs Get Transformed Into GIFs. (click on photo full effect)
In the daytime Cari Vander Yacht works as a designer, but at night, she gets busy with experimental projects that would rightly make her an artist.
I’m fascinated by Brooke Candy. She’s a great pop character. She has a great ‘tude. She has a great look. She makes great music. I don’t know what she’s like IRL. Her whole thing is probably an act and she may prefer wearing turtlenecks and cardigans and flats but I don’t really care because the character is good. Magnetic, even. I have no idea what the fuck she’s doing in anything she does but I want to keep watching her do it. I hope you release a good album, Brooke Candy. I will buy it and love it and not have the faintest idea of what the hell is actually going on with you.
If you are a filmmaker/video maker, you’d better be careful about what shots you put this woman in. Because everything else in the shot will be completely ignored. There is only Brooke Candy. Try watching this video without staring at her in every shot she is in.
This is so spring breakers
Adam Driver as Me
Leonardo DiCaprio suits up for the May cover of Esquire magazine.
The actor poses in a series of humorous and serious photos inside the mag while talking about the paparazzi, filming movies he ends up not liking, and feeling comfortable in life, saying:
“Most recently, the last few years, I feel way more comfortable than I’ve ever felt. You always talk about that, and then one day you’re like: If they don’t like this, well, fuck ‘em. What can you do? It’s a resignation to life and who you are. Hey, look, I’m pretty well-formed as an adult now. I don’t have to impress anybody. You ask yourself these different questions: What do I want to do? Interesting question: What do I want to do? What makes me really happy? I’ve learned all these things that I’m supposed to do. I know I’m supposed to be in that place and do that thing… but to really, deeply ask yourself that question — What do I want to do?”
cat shirt, dog skirt. deal with it.
One out of three American women has had an abortion. But that’s a statistic, not a face. I’ve never spoken about my abortion publicly. It’s terrifying. One expects death threats, to be called a baby killer. One’s societal training is to be classy, be private, pretend your activism is on the behalf of others. Never let them see you bleed.
Never, ever tell your own story.
But silence, as much as anything, is why abortion’s such an easy target in America. Stories save lives.I had an abortion. I’m not sorry. I’m not afraid.