Emily King - Distance
Here we go again…
Be wrong as fast as you can–a philosophy that the team at Pixar promotes. Cofounder Ed Catmull says, “If you aren’t experiencing failure, then you are making a far worse mistake: You are being driven by the desire to avoid it. And, for leaders especially, this strategy — trying to avoid failure by out-thinking it — dooms you to fail.” (at Dimes)
Holy shit get out of my brain.
Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
Tara Poynter has a sweet studio in the neighborhood of Koreatown in LA. I’m always thankful when creative people let me into their homes to photograph them.
Some ideal little touches in here. Consider it cataloged.
Kickin it wit my daddy!!
Kickin’ it wit my dawta!!!
YAAAAAAAAAAAS! Black Father’s letting y’all know! This is like officially my new favorite song!
I WANTA BABY
this is so cute!
This video is everything. Every. Fuckin. Thang.
I pray me and my kid are this lit.
Omg 😢😔😌😆 that’s so awesome and I love it
oh my god this is the cutest thing i have ever seen in my entire life
Let me be clear: Unarmed college hopefuls don’t deserve to be shot. Unarmed kids heading to work or trade school don’t deserve to be shot. Unarmed kids floundering aimlessly through life don’t deserve to be shot. Unarmed kids who have been in trouble—even those who have been nothing but trouble—don’t deserve to be shot.
The act of pinning the tragedy of a dead black teen to his potential future success, to his respectability, to his “good”-ness, is done with all the best intentions. But if you read between the lines, aren’t we really saying that had he not been on his way to college, there’d be less to mourn?
That’s dead wrong."
Black Kids Don’t Have to Be College-Bound for Their Deaths to Be Tragic by Jasmine Banks (via cmao)