My Heart To Joy

at the same tone,
and all i loved,
i loved

Kat. Twenty.
State University student in Southern California. Working for B.A.
The Arts.
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Me and My Parrots, Frida Kahlo. 1941.


Me and My Parrots, Frida Kahlo. 1941.

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Today was good. Now to catch up on painting and The Mindy Project.

Today was good. Now to catch up on painting and The Mindy Project.

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I made this zine for my sis on inspirational Japanese people. 

**To my dearest sister Rhiannon,
There is nothing more liberating than 
acceptance and pride of one’s own diversity.**

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Michelle Frankfurter


Michelle Frankfurter has recently completed her multi-year project titled Destino documenting Central American migrants traveling through Mexico to cross into the United States.  Riding on top of freight trains through the southern Mexican states, the trip becomes even more perilous as the migrants approach the notoriously violent border. Frankfurter’s sensitive images are remarkable in their beauty and ability to capture both the danger of this journey and a sense of optimistic adventure. Frankfurter describes the project like this: “In Destino I seek to capture the experience of people who struggle to control their own destiny when confronted by extreme circumstances. Destino is both a social commentary on one of the biggest global issues of our times and an epic adventure tale. It conveys the experience of a generation of exiles, driven by poverty and the dysfunction of failed states, traveling across a landscape that has become increasingly dangerous, heading towards a precarious future as a last resort.”

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Ana Teresa Barboza


Ana Teresa Barboza

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Devendra Banhart

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"I put it down on paper and then the ghost does not ache so much."

Sandra Cisneros, The House on Mango Street (via yedois)


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Anonymous said: What's your major in college?



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why not. zombie chic.


why not. zombie chic.

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The Dapper Rebels of Los Angeles, originally published in LIFE magazine, July 15, 1966.

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Every single person you know has something in their life and past that is probably worth collapsing to the ground in an uncontrollably sobbing heap over, so be nice to each other and tell good jokes.

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"We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations."
— Anais Nin  (via oprosti)

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