Omnia Vanitas Review
A journal of literary erotica.

The desire to write.
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Grandma Did It and Treadmill to Oblivion just posted a series from PC featuring a fake Greek vase as a prop. Here are some more photos using the same prop, perhaps by the same photographer. The last item shows the same vase (which must have been a mass produced ornament) used as a reference in a contemporary painting.

Grandma Did It and Treadmill to Oblivion just posted a series from PC featuring a fake Greek vase as a prop. Here are some more photos using the same prop, perhaps by the same photographer. The last item shows the same vase (which must have been a mass produced ornament) used as a reference in a contemporary painting.

Grandma Did It and Treadmill to Oblivion just posted a series from PC featuring a fake Greek vase as a prop. Here are some more photos using the same prop, perhaps by the same photographer. The last item shows the same vase (which must have been a mass produced ornament) used as a reference in a contemporary painting.

Grandma Did It and Treadmill to Oblivion just posted a series from PC featuring a fake Greek vase as a prop. Here are some more photos using the same prop, perhaps by the same photographer. The last item shows the same vase (which must have been a mass produced ornament) used as a reference in a contemporary painting.

Grandma Did It and Treadmill to Oblivion just posted a series from PC featuring a fake Greek vase as a prop. Here are some more photos using the same prop, perhaps by the same photographer. The last item shows the same vase (which must have been a mass produced ornament) used as a reference in a contemporary painting.

Grandma Did It and Treadmill to Oblivion just posted a series from PC featuring a fake Greek vase as a prop. Here are some more photos using the same prop, perhaps by the same photographer. The last item shows the same vase (which must have been a mass produced ornament) used as a reference in a contemporary painting.

Grandma Did It and Treadmill to Oblivion just posted a series from PC featuring a fake Greek vase as a prop. Here are some more photos using the same prop, perhaps by the same photographer. The last item shows the same vase (which must have been a mass produced ornament) used as a reference in a contemporary painting.
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mollysoda:

trying 2 work thru my sad girl feelings
click here please
mollysoda:

trying 2 work thru my sad girl feelings
click here please
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artforadults:

streetskulls submitted 
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[“Shhhhh.” &  "Femme Fatale."
Made with the app Paper by 53
arthoss.tumblr.com
artforadults:

streetskulls submitted 
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[“Shhhhh.” &  "Femme Fatale."
Made with the app Paper by 53
arthoss.tumblr.com
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"Egyptian activist Aliaa Magda Elmahdy and an unnamed collaborator have made an incredibly bold statement against the Islamic State (ISIL).

This past Saturday, the exiled Elmahdy posted her most daring and controversial photo yet. She is seen squatting over a black ISIS banner which reads, ‘There is no God but Allah.’”
via betteroffdamned
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fluxmachine:

itscolossal:

Artist Kevin Weir Creates Ghostly Animated GIFs Using Archival Photos from the Library of Congress [Sponsor]

featured on colossal today, very exciting.
fluxmachine:

itscolossal:

Artist Kevin Weir Creates Ghostly Animated GIFs Using Archival Photos from the Library of Congress [Sponsor]

featured on colossal today, very exciting.
fluxmachine:

itscolossal:

Artist Kevin Weir Creates Ghostly Animated GIFs Using Archival Photos from the Library of Congress [Sponsor]

featured on colossal today, very exciting.
fluxmachine:

itscolossal:

Artist Kevin Weir Creates Ghostly Animated GIFs Using Archival Photos from the Library of Congress [Sponsor]

featured on colossal today, very exciting.
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Bodybuilders and Embroidery: The Artwork of Max Colby (NSFW)
“The symbolism of embroidery is quite profound to me. On the one hand, it traditionally acts as an embellishment most notably signifying culture, beauty, status and personality. On the other, it requires a physical alteration of material as the threads are laid in. On sculptural or photographic surfaces it tends to damage and puncture the surface, often requiring special planning and consideration. This physical reconstitution and puncturing is the most integral part of the work.”
via paperdarts
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