1. giselebundchenlove:

    Vogue July 2010 by Patrick Demarchelier

     

  2. supermodelgif:

    karlie kloss by kayt jones for i-D spring 2011

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  4. supermodelgif:

    “Born In the USA” Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell by Arthur Elgort for Vogue US.

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  5. supermodelgif:

    Esther Canadas photographed by Patrick Demarchelier

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  7. decentfellas:

    Anastasia Krivosheeva by Henrik Purienne.

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  8. thelonelyscarecrow:

    castiels-time-traveler:

    nintendocanada:

    mapsontheweb:

    Map of the World by Natural Skin Color

    i’m really dumbfounded that i never realized skin colour is literally just caused by being closer to or farther from the equator and the resulting sun exposure and skin darkening

    actually, its an adaptation. natural selection. people with darker skin are selected for in areas near the equator, where the melanin that causes the darker color protects them from radiation and protects them from skin cancer and other health defects, and because they are healthier they can pass on that trait more. people near the poles have lighter skin because it allows them absorb more of the limited sunlight to convert to vitamin d. 

    THIS IS THE THING SOME PEOPLE HATE OTHER PEOPLE OVER.

    Evolution of melanin levels based on geographical location.

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  9. dreadheaven:

    cosmofilius:

    aw :*

    love this submission!

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  11. fohk:

    GOTTFRIED HELNWEIN

    Gottfried Helnwein is an Austrian-Irish fine artist, painter, photographer, installation and performance artist. His early work consists mainly of hyper-realistic watercolors, depicting wounded children, as well as performances – often with children – in public spaces. Helnwein is concerned primarily with psychological and sociological anxiety, historical issues and political topics. As a result of this, his work is often considered provocative and controversial

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  13. third-eyes:

    ✧ open your third eye ✧

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  14. oupacademic:

    The Cedid Atlas, 1803. From the first printed Ottoman atlas, showing Asia. From The Oxford Map Companion: One Hundred Sources in World Historyby Professor Patricia Seed, which illustrates how peoples and cultures throughout the human past have imagined their worlds through a diverse collection of historical maps from the Paleolithic to the present.

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