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Napoleon. 20. Central Florida. Day dreamer. A blog of many inspirations and influences. And the occasional ramblings of a lost cosmonaut. Check my portfolio. Napoleonb.me  Cosmonauts


septagonstudios:

Francesco Tortorella
Sleepless

septagonstudios:

Francesco Tortorella

Sleepless

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summerdiaryproject:

ICARUS

FEATURING MATTY MUNSON BY DUSTY ST. AMAND PHOTOGRAPHY

Model Dusty St. Amand makes his photography debut this week with a fresh and inspiring new series titled “Calm, Drawn & Quartered”, offering a private scope on men in casual settings. No contrived set-ups or traditional “modeling” here, as Dusty opts for sharing his shirtless/underwear-clad guys and stoner-esque/summer hangouts with us, where tattoos reveal themselves because of the intimacy of the moment.

Follow the series on the new Dusty St. Amand Photography tumblr, facebook, and on his instagram.

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daxnorman:

lost in between your lips

daxnorman:

lost in between your lips

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vmagazine:

'Seeking Aether' (experimental garment collection): InAisce FW 13/14 Men's Collection featuring South Sudanese refugee and former child soldier turned actor and model Ger Duany  - video link

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kndall:

when u and ur crew see a fine booty

image

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asylum-art:

Louise Bourgeois Sculptures

Arch of Hysteria, 1993, Bronze, polished patina, hanging piece, 83.8 x 101.6 x 58.4 cm.

The lean, angular frame of Bourgeois’s longtime assistant, Jerry Gorovoy, provided the form for Arch of Hysteria, the exquisitely graceful (or painful, depending on how you look at it) bronze sculpture of a naked male figure bent backward and hanging by a thread. Hysteria was long thought to be a “women’s malady,” so there’s a lovely irony in the use of a male body

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