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ERICA GOLDSON: Graduation speech

Erica Goldson must have had some serious balls to give this speech

This is beautiful.

this is so wonderful 

This hit hard. Our education system is desperately in need of fixing.

"I excelled at every subject just for the purpose of excelling, not learning."

This 4.0 student last year had full rides to everywhere and still has no clue what he wants to do. I thought that was nuts.

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Donkey time #fieldwork #catholic #vscocam

Donkey time #fieldwork #catholic #vscocam

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Canals of Amsterdam (by Danilo Fermata)

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Canals of Amsterdam (by Danilo Fermata)

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For all you gays or queerly minded people out there: here is a free digital fully revised and expanded edition of the classic ‘The Joy of Gay Sex’ (`Charles Silverstein and Felice Picano)

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For all you gays or queerly minded people out there: here is a free digital fully revised and expanded edition of the classic ‘The Joy of Gay Sex’ (`Charles Silverstein and Felice Picano)

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A poetic and artful umbrella, Komorebi is based on a Japanese expression that approximately translates to “sunshine filtering through foliage.”

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Surreal Sculptures of Disintegrating Animals

Tomohiro Inaba is a creative sculptor who produces eye-catching figures that look like they are disintegrating into thin air. The Japanese artist’s steel sculptures titled Promise of Our Star and Next to the World are particularly effective in the visual illusion. Each figure offers a duality that lies somewhere between solid sculpture and three dimensional scribbles.

In one piece, viewers are presented with a grazing fawn, while the other displays a leaping deer. Both creatures have solid footing on the ground but extend beyond that point into a chaotic entwinement of wires. Though the fawn is half-way through its disappearing act, the active deer seems to have only just begun its disintegration process. Using a dark iron base and topping it with a similar pattern of clear acrylic resin, Inaba heightens the visual effect of gradual disappearance.

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The red house. On the main national road. Madagascar. © Romain Philippon
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The red house. On the main national road. Madagascar. © Romain Philippon