Art at Ten Paces

theuppitynegras:

graveyardpussy:

i remember this struggle like it was yesterday

these kids now a days don’t understand

theuppitynegras:

graveyardpussy:

i remember this struggle like it was yesterday

these kids now a days don’t understand

(Source: wetsuitpiss, via psydic)

set-alights:

I have loved the concept of Barn Conversions almost as long as I can remember. The light, the openness, the raw character with so much potential for personalisation. And to top it off the reworking of a space already in use. I would love to design my own someday, using sustainable materials, to create a place that is not just a house but a real home. 

set-alights:

I have loved the concept of Barn Conversions almost as long as I can remember. The light, the openness, the raw character with so much potential for personalisation. And to top it off the reworking of a space already in use. I would love to design my own someday, using sustainable materials, to create a place that is not just a house but a real home. 

“If you don’t like where you are, move on. You are not a tree.”
— Unknown (via intric-te)

(Source: mainwriterbadnam, via twobirdlegs)

Lee Price creates realistic oil paintings, that show women and food in their intimate and private settings. The pictures are self-portraits of her, getting excessive with food that is considered indulgent, forbidden, or comforting. Her works addresses the intersections of food with body image, addiction, and unabating desire.

via IGNANT 

(Source: exhibition-ism.com, via twobirdlegs)

“When you love something, you don’t threaten it. You don’t punish it. You fight for it. You take care of it. You put it first.”
— Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation (via yesdarlingido)

(Source: hollisonahero, via twobirdlegs)

In honor of International Women’s Month Art At Ten Paces is pledging to donate 50% of the proceeds from this cross to our local women’s shelter. That’s $65, respectively. You can find more information about the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Shelter at hcwc.org 

This cross was handmade and is 29x15 inches. Most of it is refurbished mahogany, but there is a refurbished maple inlay and a tung oil finish. Wall hanging hardware is included. If you would like us to install the hardware before shipping, just let us know. The 45 degree mitered corners are a mortise and tenon joinery. Check it out at: www.etsy.com/shop/artattenpaces

In honor of International Women’s Month Art At Ten Paces is pledging to donate 50% of the proceeds from this cross to our local women’s shelter. That’s $65, respectively. You can find more information about the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Shelter at hcwc.org

This cross was handmade and is 29x15 inches. Most of it is refurbished mahogany, but there is a refurbished maple inlay and a tung oil finish. Wall hanging hardware is included. If you would like us to install the hardware before shipping, just let us know. The 45 degree mitered corners are a mortise and tenon joinery. Check it out at: www.etsy.com/shop/artattenpaces

14”x10” Tom Shell
walnut and maple stave
snare drum shell
refurbished wood
hand crafted

These woods produce a warm and explosive sound. Custom drilling for any desired hardware is available, just message me.

14”x5”
walnut and maple stave
snare drum shell
refurbished wood
hand crafted

These woods produce a warm and explosive sound. Custom drilling for any desired hardware is available, just message me.

www.etsy.com/shop/artattenpaces

quietorgasm:

john bundin on Flickr.
cody found a journal of a man from 1916 in the basement of a knick knack store.

quietorgasm:

john bundin on Flickr.

cody found a journal of a man from 1916 in the basement of a knick knack store.

(via twobirdlegs)