Honeybear
Natural.Flower child.Eccentric, but I'll make you laugh :}.
Honeybear
+
Q: Black is beautiful. White is beautiful and every other color in between is also beautiful. :)
Asked by Anonymous
+
fashioninfographics:

How to choose the color that looks best on you
Via

Helpful
+
This says so much, society is getting better we still have set backs.
This says so much, society is getting better we still have set backs.
This says so much, society is getting better we still have set backs.
+
instagram:

#fourpartpoems with @emolabs

For more photos from Tony’s life and poetry, follow @emolabs on Instagram.

For Texas Instagrammer Tony Ciampa (@emolabs), Instagram serves as a place where images and creative writing come together as a form of self-expression.

After moving to Texas from his native Boston, Massachusetts, Tony took to Instagram to make friends and build a community of his own—and his photos reflect their adventures together. It wasn’t until later when his experiments in poetry began.

"It was a Saturday night, and a girl I was having a fling with wasn’t texting me back, so I was just sitting out on a hill that overlooks the skyline drinking a beer. It felt like this quintessential moment in the life of a young adult, so I wrote down what was in my head, took a photo and posted it," Tony explains. "It was the first poem I’d written since high school, so it was really cool for me to see people respond positively to it." With that post, Tony’s #fourpartpoems series was born, and he’s posted a poem every day since.

As for his aesthetic, handwritten poems photographed in front of sweeping landscapes, Tony cites another artist on Instagram for the initial inspiration. “I follow @lidiagulyas on Instagram, and the photo style comes from her. She does a lot of hand lettering and in one of her photos from a few months ago she had written the phrase ‘I want you’ in a notebook and held it out in front of an out of focus cityscape. It was so moody and really stuck with me.”

Tony writes all of the poems himself, first pouring out his emotions from the day through free writing, then distilling out his rhymes from there. “In my mind,” he says “that keeps the emotion as authentic as possible.” He then embellishes them with line drawings and sets up his photo before dusk, his self-imposed deadline for posting his work.
instagram:

#fourpartpoems with @emolabs

For more photos from Tony’s life and poetry, follow @emolabs on Instagram.

For Texas Instagrammer Tony Ciampa (@emolabs), Instagram serves as a place where images and creative writing come together as a form of self-expression.

After moving to Texas from his native Boston, Massachusetts, Tony took to Instagram to make friends and build a community of his own—and his photos reflect their adventures together. It wasn’t until later when his experiments in poetry began.

"It was a Saturday night, and a girl I was having a fling with wasn’t texting me back, so I was just sitting out on a hill that overlooks the skyline drinking a beer. It felt like this quintessential moment in the life of a young adult, so I wrote down what was in my head, took a photo and posted it," Tony explains. "It was the first poem I’d written since high school, so it was really cool for me to see people respond positively to it." With that post, Tony’s #fourpartpoems series was born, and he’s posted a poem every day since.

As for his aesthetic, handwritten poems photographed in front of sweeping landscapes, Tony cites another artist on Instagram for the initial inspiration. “I follow @lidiagulyas on Instagram, and the photo style comes from her. She does a lot of hand lettering and in one of her photos from a few months ago she had written the phrase ‘I want you’ in a notebook and held it out in front of an out of focus cityscape. It was so moody and really stuck with me.”

Tony writes all of the poems himself, first pouring out his emotions from the day through free writing, then distilling out his rhymes from there. “In my mind,” he says “that keeps the emotion as authentic as possible.” He then embellishes them with line drawings and sets up his photo before dusk, his self-imposed deadline for posting his work.
instagram:

#fourpartpoems with @emolabs

For more photos from Tony’s life and poetry, follow @emolabs on Instagram.

For Texas Instagrammer Tony Ciampa (@emolabs), Instagram serves as a place where images and creative writing come together as a form of self-expression.

After moving to Texas from his native Boston, Massachusetts, Tony took to Instagram to make friends and build a community of his own—and his photos reflect their adventures together. It wasn’t until later when his experiments in poetry began.

"It was a Saturday night, and a girl I was having a fling with wasn’t texting me back, so I was just sitting out on a hill that overlooks the skyline drinking a beer. It felt like this quintessential moment in the life of a young adult, so I wrote down what was in my head, took a photo and posted it," Tony explains. "It was the first poem I’d written since high school, so it was really cool for me to see people respond positively to it." With that post, Tony’s #fourpartpoems series was born, and he’s posted a poem every day since.

As for his aesthetic, handwritten poems photographed in front of sweeping landscapes, Tony cites another artist on Instagram for the initial inspiration. “I follow @lidiagulyas on Instagram, and the photo style comes from her. She does a lot of hand lettering and in one of her photos from a few months ago she had written the phrase ‘I want you’ in a notebook and held it out in front of an out of focus cityscape. It was so moody and really stuck with me.”

Tony writes all of the poems himself, first pouring out his emotions from the day through free writing, then distilling out his rhymes from there. “In my mind,” he says “that keeps the emotion as authentic as possible.” He then embellishes them with line drawings and sets up his photo before dusk, his self-imposed deadline for posting his work.
instagram:

#fourpartpoems with @emolabs

For more photos from Tony’s life and poetry, follow @emolabs on Instagram.

For Texas Instagrammer Tony Ciampa (@emolabs), Instagram serves as a place where images and creative writing come together as a form of self-expression.

After moving to Texas from his native Boston, Massachusetts, Tony took to Instagram to make friends and build a community of his own—and his photos reflect their adventures together. It wasn’t until later when his experiments in poetry began.

"It was a Saturday night, and a girl I was having a fling with wasn’t texting me back, so I was just sitting out on a hill that overlooks the skyline drinking a beer. It felt like this quintessential moment in the life of a young adult, so I wrote down what was in my head, took a photo and posted it," Tony explains. "It was the first poem I’d written since high school, so it was really cool for me to see people respond positively to it." With that post, Tony’s #fourpartpoems series was born, and he’s posted a poem every day since.

As for his aesthetic, handwritten poems photographed in front of sweeping landscapes, Tony cites another artist on Instagram for the initial inspiration. “I follow @lidiagulyas on Instagram, and the photo style comes from her. She does a lot of hand lettering and in one of her photos from a few months ago she had written the phrase ‘I want you’ in a notebook and held it out in front of an out of focus cityscape. It was so moody and really stuck with me.”

Tony writes all of the poems himself, first pouring out his emotions from the day through free writing, then distilling out his rhymes from there. “In my mind,” he says “that keeps the emotion as authentic as possible.” He then embellishes them with line drawings and sets up his photo before dusk, his self-imposed deadline for posting his work.
instagram:

#fourpartpoems with @emolabs

For more photos from Tony’s life and poetry, follow @emolabs on Instagram.

For Texas Instagrammer Tony Ciampa (@emolabs), Instagram serves as a place where images and creative writing come together as a form of self-expression.

After moving to Texas from his native Boston, Massachusetts, Tony took to Instagram to make friends and build a community of his own—and his photos reflect their adventures together. It wasn’t until later when his experiments in poetry began.

"It was a Saturday night, and a girl I was having a fling with wasn’t texting me back, so I was just sitting out on a hill that overlooks the skyline drinking a beer. It felt like this quintessential moment in the life of a young adult, so I wrote down what was in my head, took a photo and posted it," Tony explains. "It was the first poem I’d written since high school, so it was really cool for me to see people respond positively to it." With that post, Tony’s #fourpartpoems series was born, and he’s posted a poem every day since.

As for his aesthetic, handwritten poems photographed in front of sweeping landscapes, Tony cites another artist on Instagram for the initial inspiration. “I follow @lidiagulyas on Instagram, and the photo style comes from her. She does a lot of hand lettering and in one of her photos from a few months ago she had written the phrase ‘I want you’ in a notebook and held it out in front of an out of focus cityscape. It was so moody and really stuck with me.”

Tony writes all of the poems himself, first pouring out his emotions from the day through free writing, then distilling out his rhymes from there. “In my mind,” he says “that keeps the emotion as authentic as possible.” He then embellishes them with line drawings and sets up his photo before dusk, his self-imposed deadline for posting his work.
+
luxxy-chan:

soulbrotha-numba-1:

luxxy-chan:

myspoon15toobig:

strangelybeautifulworld:

nympherret:

like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?

this isnt even an exaggeration 
like at all

There is no reason at all that minimum wage employees need to be paid $15/hour. Having worked a minimum wage position all through high school, it gave me a reason to advance myself. Raising the minimum wage would encourage the same tit sucking behavior that welfare does. Why bother going to school/trying to advance when you can make as much as some post-graduate engineers? It’s bullshit. EARN a larger paycheck.


FUCK THAT ^ Do you even understand inflation? If I made $7/hr, that would be fucking ridiculous. Some people have to raise families on that. Food is NOT cheap. Hospital Bills are NOT cheap. What costed $5 last year might cost $6.15 THIS year, and that adds up crazy when you are already spreading yourself thin. Not everyone has the same opportunities, but everyone deserves the right to live and be able to support themselves whether it’s a fast food job, or anything else that isn’t viewed as “real work”.

If someone doesn’t want to make minimum wage then they should start bettering themselves to do so.There are people out here with college degrees that are barely making $30,000 a year. So people with a GED or a high school diploma or neither one should make as much as they do??  I don’t think so…

So just because some people can’t afford to go to college they shouldn’t be allowed to live a good life?No one is saying that people who work minimum wage should be bumped up to like $20/hr. Just give the population a cost-of-living adjustment. I’d really like to see anyone opposed to this live for 6 months making $7/hr, working multiple jobs, trying to feed a family of four.
+
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
cross-connect:

Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Read More
+
ourafrica:

We were recently mesmerized by these bank notes from Central African Republic. We thought we’d share the notes for some print design inspiration. The notes are unique and creative with strong elements of design and use of colors providing a unique look into Central African Republic’s cultural identity. Enjoy.
Via: African Digital Art
ourafrica:

We were recently mesmerized by these bank notes from Central African Republic. We thought we’d share the notes for some print design inspiration. The notes are unique and creative with strong elements of design and use of colors providing a unique look into Central African Republic’s cultural identity. Enjoy.
Via: African Digital Art
ourafrica:

We were recently mesmerized by these bank notes from Central African Republic. We thought we’d share the notes for some print design inspiration. The notes are unique and creative with strong elements of design and use of colors providing a unique look into Central African Republic’s cultural identity. Enjoy.
Via: African Digital Art
ourafrica:

We were recently mesmerized by these bank notes from Central African Republic. We thought we’d share the notes for some print design inspiration. The notes are unique and creative with strong elements of design and use of colors providing a unique look into Central African Republic’s cultural identity. Enjoy.
Via: African Digital Art
ourafrica:

We were recently mesmerized by these bank notes from Central African Republic. We thought we’d share the notes for some print design inspiration. The notes are unique and creative with strong elements of design and use of colors providing a unique look into Central African Republic’s cultural identity. Enjoy.
Via: African Digital Art
+
"

do not fall in love with a poet
we are mean
we are vicious
we will hurt you

do not fall in love with a poet
if you break our hearts
we will show the world how evil you really are
through worn out metaphors and similes
we are loaded guns pointed at your heart
and we will riddle your very existence with bullets

do not fall in love with poets
if you love us
we will write you out to be as perfect as the stars,
but you are not perfect
you are only perfect to me

do not fall in love with poets
we are monsters
we use words to express what our voices cannot

do not fall in love with a poet
we destroy what we love
I destroyed what I loved,
still love

do not fall in love with a poet
do not fall in love with a poet
do not fall in love with me

"

i’m sorry you fell in love with a poet, i should’ve warned you about me

m.n.

(via unscriptedconfabulationmn)

+
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
diverseiridescentbeings:

Interracial couples on Degrassi
Follow: http://diverseiridescentbeings.tumblr.com/
Do women hold the power or not?