Black Poseidon

An (Afro-) Body-Positive, Spectacularly, Publicly and Erotically Objectifying (in other words, a queer and eccentric) concern with visions, bodies, disciplines, technologies, practices, powers, punishments/pedagogies, politics (re)production(s), and relationships.


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Means of Reproduction, Svjetlana Tepavcevic

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The red Moon and (maybe) Mars.

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Dad goals

that’s the cutest demonstration of wingchun i have seen my entire life

Gently demonstrating two dozen blocks, traps, intercepts and strikes in a few seconds — an early and advanced education for a child who will likely grow up with an acute eye and feel for how the body works.

OH MY GOSH I saw the video for this and nearly cried! The best part is taht she’s having fun but over time you can see she gets more and more serious about it and aahhhhh~

Wing Chun daddy, forever reblog. Oh hey, the video.

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tentacuddles:

zuky:

poodleduke:

yungtoothpic:

Dad goals

that’s the cutest demonstration of wingchun i have seen my entire life

Gently demonstrating two dozen blocks, traps, intercepts and strikes in a few seconds — an early and advanced education for a child who will likely grow up with an acute eye and feel for how the body works.

OH MY GOSH I saw the video for this and nearly cried! The best part is taht she’s having fun but over time you can see she gets more and more serious about it and aahhhhh~

Wing Chun daddy, forever reblog. Oh hey, the video.

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Robot dad…

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Armando Barrios (Venezuela 1920-1999) La jaula - The Cage (1960)

Armando Barrios (Venezuela 1920-1999)
La jaula - The Cage (1960)

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A mix of nature to create beautiful afrocentric street art

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I rhyme to see myself, to set the darkness echoing Seamus Heaney - Personal Helicon (via twelvemorestopsandhome)

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One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time. ANDRE GI.
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Thus discipline produces subjected and practised bodies, ‘docile’ bodies. Discipline increases the forces of the body (in economic terms of utility) and diminishes these same forces (in political terms of obedience). In short, it dissociates power from the body; on the one hand, it turns it into an ‘aptitude’, a ‘capacity’, which it seeks to increase; on the other hand, it reverses the course of the energy, the power that might result from it, and turns it into a relation of strict subjection. If economic exploitation separates the force and the product of labour, let us say that disciplinary coercion establishes in the body the constricting link between an increased aptitude and an increased domination. Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison (via goneril-and-regan)

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Here Be Monsters

I noticed this wonderful Icelandic project of illustrated type inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical sea creatures. 

Design by Reykjavík based Stella Björg, these decorated capitals remind me of the Victorian illustrations I’ve written about recently. I love that several of the creatures appear to be based on specific Icelandic mythical beasts, as named at the bottom of the print. I also really like the print colours and flecked paper that gives the final work its antique look.

My “Here Be Monsters” illustrated letters started from the simple idea of writing “MONSTER” but having finished it just didn’t seem like there was much left to complete the alphabet. I was in no hurry to complete it, so very slowly monstrous letters got added and finally there appeared a complete alphabet. - Stella Björg

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