François Robert spent hundreds of hours to create this work of art called Stop The Violence. He bought a human skeleton in the mid 90s during an auction of a former school.
Don’t let that image fool you. Click on the video; you won’t regret it.
(You’ll probably also shed a few tears at the end.)
AHHHHHHHHH. So good!
See this, THIS is how adult education and illiteracy should be in real life.
People being kind, supportive, encouraging, not mocking because you took a little longer to learn something.
I’m sorry I get really emotional about people learning and education and I’m crying really hard right now because I really wish this was a commercial for a adult education network/organization that was becoming mainstream and commonplace and celebrated and not about alcohol
This is a beautiful commercial. Even though it is a commercial for alcohol, it hands down beats the usual marketing devices for such products.
this is fucking fantastic
I’M NOT CRYING YOU’RE CRYING
you know I used to be a person who did not cry at things?
NOT TRUE ANYMORE.
jeez. watch this.
This is stunning!
One of the best things I’ve seen in a long while. Well done.
Story goes that this entity is the most evil known out there and it seems to seek people of all ages that do not reblog this. The name non-tumblr users have already been killed and you’re next.
That is, if you reblog this, he’ll let you live. Now, do it. My friend Katy didn’t know how to reblog and within the hour, she died. I warned her but she didn’t
ok tumblr srsly i fucking hate you but that fucking picture ok i’ll reblog this
this is just so i can sleep alright tonight…
I’m a lil bitch, ok??
My roommate knocked a mason jar over but we didn’t know how to dispose of the glass in our dorm so now it’s sitting on our dresser. I made a museum plaque for it.
V v good art.
10/10 would nod pretentiously at
In this piece, the artist (anonymous) indicates the frailty of the human race, redeemed only by the ever looming sense of chaos which propels man to amend his wrongdoings.
10/10 would pretentiously stare at through monocle