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The Paris Library floods into the streets in 1910.
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(via 14 facts about Ada Lovelace, the world’s first computer programmer - Irish Innovation News – Siliconrepublic.com)
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(via What’s wrong with how the West talks about Ebola in one illustration - Africa - World - The Independent)
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down with this sort of thing (by Brenda Malloy)
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(via A rare image of a flying peacock - Imgur)
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mollycrabapple:

““With the exception of Vice News, ISIS has permitted no foreign journalists to document life under their rule in Raqqa,” Crabapple wrote. “Instead, they rely on their own propaganda. To create these images, I drew from cell-phone photos a Syrian sent me of daily life in the city. Like the Internet, art evades censorship.”
-” Scenes of Daily Life in the De Facto Capital of ISIS”  Vanity Fair
art by Molly Crabapple. Words by an anonymous Syrian.  
mollycrabapple:

““With the exception of Vice News, ISIS has permitted no foreign journalists to document life under their rule in Raqqa,” Crabapple wrote. “Instead, they rely on their own propaganda. To create these images, I drew from cell-phone photos a Syrian sent me of daily life in the city. Like the Internet, art evades censorship.”
-” Scenes of Daily Life in the De Facto Capital of ISIS”  Vanity Fair
art by Molly Crabapple. Words by an anonymous Syrian.  
mollycrabapple:

““With the exception of Vice News, ISIS has permitted no foreign journalists to document life under their rule in Raqqa,” Crabapple wrote. “Instead, they rely on their own propaganda. To create these images, I drew from cell-phone photos a Syrian sent me of daily life in the city. Like the Internet, art evades censorship.”
-” Scenes of Daily Life in the De Facto Capital of ISIS”  Vanity Fair
art by Molly Crabapple. Words by an anonymous Syrian.  
mollycrabapple:

““With the exception of Vice News, ISIS has permitted no foreign journalists to document life under their rule in Raqqa,” Crabapple wrote. “Instead, they rely on their own propaganda. To create these images, I drew from cell-phone photos a Syrian sent me of daily life in the city. Like the Internet, art evades censorship.”
-” Scenes of Daily Life in the De Facto Capital of ISIS”  Vanity Fair
art by Molly Crabapple. Words by an anonymous Syrian.  
mollycrabapple:

““With the exception of Vice News, ISIS has permitted no foreign journalists to document life under their rule in Raqqa,” Crabapple wrote. “Instead, they rely on their own propaganda. To create these images, I drew from cell-phone photos a Syrian sent me of daily life in the city. Like the Internet, art evades censorship.”
-” Scenes of Daily Life in the De Facto Capital of ISIS”  Vanity Fair
art by Molly Crabapple. Words by an anonymous Syrian.  
mollycrabapple:

““With the exception of Vice News, ISIS has permitted no foreign journalists to document life under their rule in Raqqa,” Crabapple wrote. “Instead, they rely on their own propaganda. To create these images, I drew from cell-phone photos a Syrian sent me of daily life in the city. Like the Internet, art evades censorship.”
-” Scenes of Daily Life in the De Facto Capital of ISIS”  Vanity Fair
art by Molly Crabapple. Words by an anonymous Syrian.  
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moarrrmagazine:

thrilling pencil works by Violaine & Jérémy
moarrrmagazine:

thrilling pencil works by Violaine & Jérémy
moarrrmagazine:

thrilling pencil works by Violaine & Jérémy
moarrrmagazine:

thrilling pencil works by Violaine & Jérémy
moarrrmagazine:

thrilling pencil works by Violaine & Jérémy
moarrrmagazine:

thrilling pencil works by Violaine & Jérémy