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Put Your Records On | Corinne Bailey Rae

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Andrea [Mexico/France] Love Apparatus


Thirst trap for real.

Amazing video/concept though.



Sam [Toronto] 2014

Shot by Jesse Boykins III 

Interview by Jesse Boykins III 


Buy Love Apparatus LP now!  

Don’t you find it odd,” she continued, “that when you’re a kid, everyone, all the world, encourages you to follow your dreams. But when you’re older, somehow they act offended if you even try.

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Wednesday's Words ›


Hello! Here are another ten words brought to you by Wednesday.

Solace (noun) Relief when sadness appears
My friends gave me solace when I lost my cousin.

Myriad (noun) Various number of things
There are a myriad of colours in the rainbow.

Succulent (adjective) Juicy
She bit into the succulent orange.

Irascible (adjective) In relation to being easily angered
It was like the irascible parents did not know how to take care of their children.

Baleful (adjective) Deadly, foreboding
The aura of the screen emitted a baleful glow.

Penumbra (noun) Something which is shaded, fringed
An irritating penumbra of opinions had shrouded the event in lies.

Suffuse (verb) Slowly fill
After what happened yesterday, the wave of tension suffused all of us.

Labile (adjective) Changing frequently
Labile elements rarely ever make it to the Periodic Table.

Bilious (adjective) Unpleasant; disagreeable, crabby
It was safe to say he was always bilious in the mornings.

Plethora (noun) A great amount of something
There is a plethora of people and yet the hacker chose me.

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إذا تم العقل نقص الكلام
The smarter you get the less you speak

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Today marks the start of Meet Your Photographer, a short series that will be introducing you to the contributing photographers of www.yagazieemezi.com over the next couple of weeks. You will be seeing their work on here fairly often so this is an excellent way for you to get familiar with these talented folks. 

My name is Fundiswa Ntoyi and I am a 22 year old South African-based creative with a passion for making beautiful portraits. I not only try to focus on the beauty of the people in my pictures but also to capture their souls; be it happiness, sadness, fear, confidence, and so on. Whatever emotion I can get out of someone, I want it to show in my work. 

Read more on what Fundiswa Ntoyi has to say…

Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

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