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illustrations, text and photographs of feminism anti feminism bdsm anarcho fascism. . and i am a unfortunate and nice chilean girl who likes to draw and write.
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nevver:

It’s ink, Alberto Seveso
nevver:

It’s ink, Alberto Seveso
nevver:

It’s ink, Alberto Seveso
nevver:

It’s ink, Alberto Seveso
nevver:

It’s ink, Alberto Seveso
nevver:

It’s ink, Alberto Seveso
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ciconenne:

urticaria
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icarus-nest:

Rael Brian collage
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delautrecotedumiroir:

Leo’s Fantasy, A History Of Sex, Andres Serrano, 1996
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shameless2012:

ANDRES SERRANO \ Alessandra \ 1995
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Recuerdos de niñez 
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exploitastic:

films i watch cheer me up and give me panic attacks at the same time
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beckerrarebooks:

These color lithographs illustrating amputation are from Jean Marc Bourgery’s monumental Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme.  This work was originally published in eight volumes over the course of twenty-three years (1831-1854); Bourgery himself died before it was completed.
The illustrations were done by Nicholas-Henri Jacob, a student of the renowned French Revolution era painter Jacques Louis David.
beckerrarebooks:

These color lithographs illustrating amputation are from Jean Marc Bourgery’s monumental Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme.  This work was originally published in eight volumes over the course of twenty-three years (1831-1854); Bourgery himself died before it was completed.
The illustrations were done by Nicholas-Henri Jacob, a student of the renowned French Revolution era painter Jacques Louis David.
beckerrarebooks:

These color lithographs illustrating amputation are from Jean Marc Bourgery’s monumental Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme.  This work was originally published in eight volumes over the course of twenty-three years (1831-1854); Bourgery himself died before it was completed.
The illustrations were done by Nicholas-Henri Jacob, a student of the renowned French Revolution era painter Jacques Louis David.
beckerrarebooks:

These color lithographs illustrating amputation are from Jean Marc Bourgery’s monumental Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme.  This work was originally published in eight volumes over the course of twenty-three years (1831-1854); Bourgery himself died before it was completed.
The illustrations were done by Nicholas-Henri Jacob, a student of the renowned French Revolution era painter Jacques Louis David.