Anne Sofie Madsen SS13 photographed by Polina Vinogradova
One Million Bones DC
Led by artist Naomi Natale as part of the One Million Bones Project, this mass grave assembled at the National Mall in Washington, DC is composed of bones made of paper and plaster, but symbolizes the very real number of people killed in places like Sudan, Germany, and the former Yugoslavi. Each bone created by students and volunteers was matched with $1 sent to CARE, which helps send aid to Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
when art and justice intersect.
This is beautiful.
You are lying to yourself if you don’t think that Nikola Tesla was a total babe. I guess you could say that his looks were…
I CAN SHOW U THE WORLD
HAVE YOU SEEN MY SON?
Bather (detail)by William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905)
oil on canvas, 1870