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shihlun:

Meiro Koizumi, Sunday at Hirohito’s  2012.

The name “Sunday at Hirohito’s” is taken from the series of photos taken in December 1945 and published by the American Life Magazine in February 1946 called, “Sunday at Hirohito’s- Emperor poses for first informal pictures”. It was the first time the Japanese public saw him in daily settings. American’s purpose was to provide an image of the emperor as an ordinary person instead of a divine figure. In 1946, on January 1st, as part of a New year’s statement, he made the Humanity Declaration (Renounciation of Divinity) under American’s request. Meiro Koizumi painted anatomical images over his figure to push the concept further.

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hoonjuko:

Hoonju Ko(C)2014

hoonjuko:

Hoonju Ko(C)2014


"Realize that everything connects to everything else."
— Leonardo da Vinci  

"Realize that everything connects to everything else."

— Leonardo da Vinci  

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velvetrunway:

Ralph Lauren Spring 2013

velvetrunway:

Ralph Lauren Spring 2013

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san-it-y:

Matt Healy edit x

san-it-y:

Matt Healy edit x

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1graphicaday:

2014年3月26日 (水)

1graphicaday:

2014年3月26日 (水)

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flauntmagazine:

Flaunt 133: The List Issue
Jennifer Mehigan—The Surface and Depths of a Cum Shot
Written by Nigel Zeff

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