Quite Underwhelming
24 years over due
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This is my personal blog. I blog tattoos, art, fashion, culture and really anything that suits my fancy. I'm a full time student, barista and a social media intern.
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Kill-wauke, WI
Currently dating someone who I swear is made up of stars
Quite Underwhelming
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Facebooks giant smileys make me uncomfortable
Facebooks giant smileys make me uncomfortable
Facebooks giant smileys make me uncomfortable
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whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
whitepeoplestealingculture:

medievalpoc:

cultureunseen:

http://society6.com/artist/replaceface

You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
A French Gentleman, c. 1800

Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s

Alexander Pushkin, 1899

Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)

Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840

Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s

Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s

Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s

Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840

János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840

The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730

Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754

A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:

P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!

MICHAEL


It’s so beautiful
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Waiting on the bus stop, the sweet smell of onion rings wafts over me, bless me ultima
Waiting on the bus stop, the sweet smell of onion rings wafts over me, bless me ultima
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