MeanderLipsTick

me.
Jessi.
brown.
20something.
wavering interests.

hyperallergic:

Vedran Mišić’s “Emoji Mandala No.3”
vedranmisic:

emoji mandala no.3more on instagram >

hyperallergic:

Vedran Mišić’s “Emoji Mandala No.3”

vedranmisic:

emoji mandala no.3
more on instagram >

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Ridley Scott explains why the cast of 'Exodus' is so white: Egypt is "a confluence of cultures."

hellotailor:

Exodus isn’t out until December, but Ridley Scott has already faced criticism for casting so many white actors in Egyptian and Middle Eastern roles. The most damning example is how the heroes and royals are almost all played by white actors, while most of the black actors in the movie have minor roles as slaves, thieves, and assassins.

In an interview with Yahoo!, Scott explained why he decided on what is described as an “international” cast.

"Egypt wasas it is nowa confluence of cultures, as a result of being a crossroads geographically between Africa, the Middle East, and Europe. We cast major actors from different ethnicities to reflect this diversity of culture, from Iranians to Spaniards to Arabs. There are many different theories about the ethnicity of the Egyptian people, and we had a lot of discussions about how to best represent the culture.”

This makes about as much sense as the explanation that Darren Aronofsky’s Noah had an all-white cast because it was “mythical.”

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This Missoni ad is everything!

This Missoni ad is everything!

Have finally did a meal prep for my self. This will be dinner since it’s the meal I always tend to buy fast food for because of my work schedule. I’m excited! Now to make lunch!

Have finally did a meal prep for my self. This will be dinner since it’s the meal I always tend to buy fast food for because of my work schedule. I’m excited! Now to make lunch!


nostopdasgay:

fisticuff-cosplay:

Disney Cosplay at Fanime Con 2012 by Fisticuff-Cosplay 

All the dresses were made by the Tiana in the group. They were made using a realistic take on the traditional Disney gowns! Inspiration was taken from the breath taking sketches by Claire Hummel!!

It was a lot of work, but a lot of fun at the same time! I can’t wait to continue with this and move forward with more Disney gowns!! I’m not really sure whats next!! Bring on the commissions I guess, lol! I’d really love to do a Cinderella….OOO or a Rapunzel! I have a few ideas already ;) 

—Tiana (Dem, of Fisticuff-Cosplay)

Oh so this is what perfect people look like.

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brain-food:

Beautiful illustrations by Paul Davy 

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His pointer finger circled my puckered love cave. “Are you ready for this?” he mewled, smirking at me like a mother hamster about to eat her three-legged young.

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50 Shades of Grey (via kaley)

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The Ormes Society Supports African-American Women In Comics

khaleesiborn:

There’s been a lot of talk about women in comics over the last year, both creator-wise and content-wise, but African-American women in comics are also a talking point. In 1937, Jackie Ormes was the first African-American woman to write and draw widely distributed comic strips, now, creator Cheryl Lynn Eaton is continuing her mission through the Ormes Society.

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youfrenchgreat:

1. This picture of Chicago Christians who showed up at a gay pride parade to apologize for homophobia in the Church.

2. …and the reaction from the parade

21 Pictures That Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity

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julies-hymen:

gyldenstjerne:

I felt very inspired by pugletto’s ‘worldbending’ concept and characters, and have abandoned used gaps in revision to try coming up with one of my own. 
This is the first that came to mind - basically, South India, Bharatanatyam dance, and firebending. So far it’s been good practice for attempting to draw different body positions. Also, researching clothes, costumes and dances has been far too much fun.

julies-hymen:

gyldenstjerne:

I felt very inspired by pugletto’s ‘worldbending’ concept and characters, and have abandoned used gaps in revision to try coming up with one of my own. 

This is the first that came to mind - basically, South India, Bharatanatyam dance, and firebending. So far it’s been good practice for attempting to draw different body positions. Also, researching clothes, costumes and dances has been far too much fun.

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