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fuckyoudad69:

arroyomar:

Dildo attached to a Buzz Lightyear attached to a traffic light (at North 7th Medical)

Finally, I see some real art on this website. 10/10.

fuckyoudad69:

arroyomar:

Dildo attached to a Buzz Lightyear attached to a traffic light (at North 7th Medical)

Finally, I see some real art on this website. 10/10.

(via americannothingg)

no82:

KUNLE"Look at his nipples. He’s used snakebite suction cups to enlarge them for years. I love his tattoos too. “Titpig”? I think it’s a leather-community term. He’s really into bears. If you’re walking down the street with him and he sees, like, a garbage man, he practically comes in his pants. He goes, “Oh my God, look at him, look at his GIRTH!” I met Kunle skateboarding at Astor Place around 1995 and everyone called him Kool-Aid because they couldn’t pronounce his name. He destroyed the city with his tag, Earsnot, and he started the graffiti crew IRAK. He was my first real gay friend. He used to get in so many fights with graffiti writers because all those guys were such homophobes. He would beat them up so bad and then yell, “You just got your ass kicked by a faggot!” He’s a great role model for gay people." Ryan McGinley.

no82:

KUNLE
"Look at his nipples. He’s used snakebite suction cups to enlarge them for years. I love his tattoos too. “Titpig”? I think it’s a leather-community term. He’s really into bears. If you’re walking down the street with him and he sees, like, a garbage man, he practically comes in his pants. He goes, “Oh my God, look at him, look at his GIRTH!” I met Kunle skateboarding at Astor Place around 1995 and everyone called him Kool-Aid because they couldn’t pronounce his name. He destroyed the city with his tag, Earsnot, and he started the graffiti crew IRAK. He was my first real gay friend. He used to get in so many fights with graffiti writers because all those guys were such homophobes. He would beat them up so bad and then yell, “You just got your ass kicked by a faggot!” He’s a great role model for gay people." Ryan McGinley.

(Source: artclub2000, via selfxabuse)