Fraudulent Insanity.

Fraudulent Insanity.
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lazyloser:

booody-oddy-odyy!!
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cocktaste:

his pit.
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cocktaste:

sweetness
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cocktaste:

me, myself and I
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asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
asylum-art:

Sara Rahbar : Confessions, War

 ”Restless Violence”, 2011
 ”In God we Trust”, 2011
"You gently ripped me to shreds",2013
"Praying for time", 2012
"We Fit Together like Fingers Making a Fist," 2013
"Tolerance", 2013 White Bronze
"I want to shelter you", 2013 
I left to remain incomplete” ,2010


"Do you love me",  2013  White Bronze



Flag #10,  2008


Reworking traditional materials into contemporary textiles, Sara Rahbar mines her Iranian-American cultural heritage to explore issues of memory, identity, and dislocation. Born in Tehran, Rahbar and her family were forced to leave during the upheaval in the country following the Iranian revolution. Rahbar’s flag series (2005–11)—collaged textile incarnations of American and Iranian flags that include fragments of fabrics, carpets, and fringes—has gained her international recognition. “I began as a painter,” she has said, “and I still feel like a painter—only now it’s with textiles.” For her “War Series” (2008–10), she created collages with military paraphernalia such as holsters, bullets, and water canteens. Rahbar has also produced sculpture and photography.
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kaylahraquel:

Jesus take me now.
kaylahraquel:

Jesus take me now.
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kill-me-after:

original
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Q: Your dick is probably like a tic tac hahahahhahaha
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