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Hi, I'm Olivia

vhs-dreams:

wandrlust:

Lou Reed, 1966 — Gerard Malanga


lou
knarizms:

fishbulbsuplex:

Andre the Giant


Goals
let-them-eat-vag:

ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly
aizea:

Egon Schiele
pinkfloyded:

Gerald Scarfe surrounded by his artwork for Pink Floyd The Wall
davidcorvine:

Self portrait. Keith Haring.
excdus:

Hope Gangloff
danism1:


capsule for smokers, Japan
suicidewatch:

Iggy Pop, 1969
hittings:

The Living Series: I need more Freedom
Jenny Holzer, 1981
happy-blood:

“I’ve always wanted male friends that I could be real intimate with and talk about important things with and be as affectionate with that person as I would be with a girl. Throughout my life, I’ve always been really close with girls and made friends with girls. And I’ve always been a really sickly, feminine person anyhow, so I thought I was gay for a while because I didn’t find any of the girls in my high school attractive at all. They had really awful haircuts and fucked-up attitudes. So I thought I would try to be gay for a while, but I’m just more sexually attracted to women. But I’m really glad that I found a few gay friends, because it totally saved me from becoming a monk or something. I mean, I’m definitely gay in spirit, and I probably could be bisexual. But I’m married, and I’m more attracted to Courtney than I ever have been toward a person, so there’s no point in trying to sow my oats at this point. [Laughs] If I wouldn’t have found Courtney, I probably would have carried on with a bisexual life-style. But I just find her totally attractive in all ways.” - Kurt Cobain
quaggly:

fuck what the fbi said
sighings:

“Because no matter how much you stash or how much you steal, you never have enough. No matter how often you go out and rob and fuck people over you always need to get up and do it all again.Sooner or later, this sort of thing was bound to happen.” - Trainspotting (1996) 

Salvador Dali taking his Anteater for a walk, Paris 1969.