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"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture. 

svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj

Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture. 

Friendly reminder that you can buy sweets called “Ärsche mit Ohren” in germany, which is literally translated with “asses with ears”

(via badhouses)

annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer

annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer

“Feminist Artist Statement March 2007 Adrian Piper Df. “Feminism”* Feminism is that state of affairs in which women compete with men to give support and encouragement to one another, rather than competing with one another for rewards and approval doled out by men.”
nitratediva:

Barbara Stanwyck in Baby Face (1933).

nitratediva:

Barbara Stanwyck in Baby Face (1933).

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