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when life goes harro


So this is my blog. I'm not making a diary in some notebook that I keep hidden in my room, because secretly I want people to know what I'm thinking about. This is supposed to be about my daily living habits and recent thoughts and stuff I find that I like. I am going to totally embarrass myself on here, but whatever lol.




Harro?



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nevergiveup-283to140:

Now is right on time!

nevergiveup-283to140:

Now is right on time!

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Misato Suzuki's paintings and drawings are at once geometric, soft, detailed, neon, textural, and a host of other adjectives. The Japan-born, LA-residing artist has a distinct style — varying between abstract and realistic, watercolor and acrylic, and techniques like pointillism. Her lush, textured painting are feminine without being flowery and the color palettes used are soothing. We imagine her working process to be very interesting! Very compelling contemporary work. Suzuki is currently represented by Sam Lee Gallery in Los Angeles.

Misato Suzuki's paintings and drawings are at once geometric, soft, detailed, neon, textural, and a host of other adjectives. The Japan-born, LA-residing artist has a distinct style — varying between abstract and realistic, watercolor and acrylic, and techniques like pointillism. Her lush, textured painting are feminine without being flowery and the color palettes used are soothing. We imagine her working process to be very interesting! Very compelling contemporary work. Suzuki is currently represented by Sam Lee Gallery in Los Angeles.

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iluvskinnybitches:

roberta martins

iluvskinnybitches:

roberta martins

Kiiroitori Lemon Mousse <3

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You’ve been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try accepting yourself and see what happens.

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