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  • From Band-Aids to bricks, Supreme reigns as the king of accessories you didn’t know you needed until they put their logo on them.
  • From Band-Aids to bricks, Supreme reigns as the king of accessories you didn’t know you needed until they put their logo on them.
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  • Happy 13,000th show! So much love and respect for this entire company. It is a joy to see it again. Bravi!
  • Happy 13,000th show! So much love and respect for this entire company. It is a joy to see it again. Bravi!
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  • Bryce Harper wasn’t having it tonight 😡
  • Bryce Harper wasn’t having it tonight 😡
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  • Hoy por ti, mañana por mi... 🍷
  • Hoy por ti, mañana por mi... 🍷
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  • Playing dress up with Parker at 4am is always a fun time. 🖤
  • Playing dress up with Parker at 4am is always a fun time. 🖤
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  • my world❤️
  • my world❤️
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  • NYC, I’ll be back.
  • NYC, I’ll be back.
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  • Thank to All for being at B&N for the ‘Love The Earth’ Book Signing/Meet & Greet Today!
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  • Thank to All for being at B&N for the ‘Love The Earth’ Book Signing/Meet & Greet Today!
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  • deleting soon. swipe only if you’d like too though 😗
  • deleting soon. swipe only if you’d like too though 😗
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  • 每天蓬頭垢面的不停的整理家裡,終於告一段落把家的樣子給理出來了,只剩下新傢俱的到來。 
每次搬家,我都會用最快的速度整理,因為我無法接受新地方凌亂的樣子,就會沒有新開始的感覺..😅個人心理作用癖好。
  • 每天蓬頭垢面的不停的整理家裡,終於告一段落把家的樣子給理出來了,只剩下新傢俱的到來。
    每次搬家,我都會用最快的速度整理,因為我無法接受新地方凌亂的樣子,就會沒有新開始的感覺..😅個人心理作用癖好。
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  • Earth Day.
"A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end," - says artist Beatriz Glez Sa about plastic trash and other human waste she sees in the ocean.
There are many artists who are inspired by nature and devote their work to saving nature and raise awareness for climate change, ecological issues, human waste, animal extinction, and many other problems. Today, we're featuring photography by Beatriz Glez Sa who became a finalist at our art contest "Environmental" in 2018 and whose photography was exhibited at Gallery MC in August 2018. "HUMAN WASTE I: Purposeless eco-invasion.

The plastic has unfortunately become part of the marine landscape, what might seem a new innocuous panorama, supposes an extermination of the habitat, of the customs and finally of its inhabitants. The new elements that appear integrated, at first sight, hide an imbalance to which different species cannot adapt. 
Scientific studies have discovered that even the drugs thrown by the toilet are altering the behaviour and reproductive functions of fish and molluscs as well as causing hormone disruption, antibiotic resistance and synergistic effects.

An imposition that brings a chained imbalance. Plastic and other human waste, invade exquisite ecosystems that perish and die out gradually. 
The peaceful beauty of the plastic transparency underwater contrasts with the mortal danger of its presence. The enormous risk it entails for our ecosystem, the continuous proliferation of plastic and the poor management of human waste, positions us at a point of no return, in which human survival is in doubt. 
A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end." - Beatriz Glez Sa

Read Beatriz's essay about ecological balance: https://reartiste-magazine.com/2019/04/22/water-space-and-the-ecological-balance/ ||#earthday #beatrizglezsa #photography #art #nature #ecology #ocean #ecobalance #webstapick #instaart #reartiste
  • Earth Day.
    "A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end," - says artist Beatriz Glez Sa about plastic trash and other human waste she sees in the ocean.
    There are many artists who are inspired by nature and devote their work to saving nature and raise awareness for climate change, ecological issues, human waste, animal extinction, and many other problems. Today, we're featuring photography by Beatriz Glez Sa who became a finalist at our art contest "Environmental" in 2018 and whose photography was exhibited at Gallery MC in August 2018. "HUMAN WASTE I: Purposeless eco-invasion.

    The plastic has unfortunately become part of the marine landscape, what might seem a new innocuous panorama, supposes an extermination of the habitat, of the customs and finally of its inhabitants. The new elements that appear integrated, at first sight, hide an imbalance to which different species cannot adapt.
    Scientific studies have discovered that even the drugs thrown by the toilet are altering the behaviour and reproductive functions of fish and molluscs as well as causing hormone disruption, antibiotic resistance and synergistic effects.

    An imposition that brings a chained imbalance. Plastic and other human waste, invade exquisite ecosystems that perish and die out gradually.
    The peaceful beauty of the plastic transparency underwater contrasts with the mortal danger of its presence. The enormous risk it entails for our ecosystem, the continuous proliferation of plastic and the poor management of human waste, positions us at a point of no return, in which human survival is in doubt.
    A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end." - Beatriz Glez Sa

    Read Beatriz's essay about ecological balance: https://reartiste-magazine.com/2019/04/22/water-space-and-the-ecological-balance/ || #earthday #beatrizglezsa #photography #art #nature #ecology #ocean #ecobalance #webstapick #instaart #reartiste
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  • Today was sooooo much fun! First Coney Island for hotdogs and rides then tea at the American girl doll store followed by a makeover for Rebecca and dinner with family and friends. The girls loved seeing New York and their friends Ashton and one of my fav kappa sisters, Emily. #sweetemersonkate #joiedanielle #nyadventures #kappasisters
  • Today was sooooo much fun! First Coney Island for hotdogs and rides then tea at the American girl doll store followed by a makeover for Rebecca and dinner with family and friends. The girls loved seeing New York and their friends Ashton and one of my fav kappa sisters, Emily. #sweetemersonkate #joiedanielle #nyadventures #kappasisters
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  • NYC you been dumb cute 
All my looks by @sewloka
  • NYC you been dumb cute
    All my looks by @sewloka
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  • Between the sleep mask and the nasal dilator, I don’t know why some lucky man hasn’t snatched me up yet. #nightynight
  • Between the sleep mask and the nasal dilator, I don’t know why some lucky man hasn’t snatched me up yet. #nightynight
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  • Earth Day.
"A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end," - says artist Beatriz Glez Sa about plastic trash and other human waste she sees in the ocean.
There are many artists who are inspired by nature and devote their work to saving nature and raise awareness for climate change, ecological issues, human waste, animal extinction, and many other problems. Today, we're featuring photography by Beatriz Glez Sa who became a finalist at our art contest "Environmental" in 2018 and whose photography was exhibited at Gallery MC in August 2018. "HUMAN WASTE I: Purposeless eco-invasion.

The plastic has unfortunately become part of the marine landscape, what might seem a new innocuous panorama, supposes an extermination of the habitat, of the customs and finally of its inhabitants. The new elements that appear integrated, at first sight, hide an imbalance to which different species cannot adapt. 
Scientific studies have discovered that even the drugs thrown by the toilet are altering the behaviour and reproductive functions of fish and molluscs as well as causing hormone disruption, antibiotic resistance and synergistic effects.

An imposition that brings a chained imbalance. Plastic and other human waste, invade exquisite ecosystems that perish and die out gradually. 
The peaceful beauty of the plastic transparency underwater contrasts with the mortal danger of its presence. The enormous risk it entails for our ecosystem, the continuous proliferation of plastic and the poor management of human waste, positions us at a point of no return, in which human survival is in doubt. 
A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end." - Beatriz Glez Sa

Read Beatriz's essay about ecological balance: https://reartiste-magazine.com/2019/04/22/water-space-and-the-ecological-balance/ ||#earthday #beatrizglezsa #photography #art #nature #ecology #waste #ecobalance #webstapick #instaart #reartiste
  • Earth Day.
    "A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end," - says artist Beatriz Glez Sa about plastic trash and other human waste she sees in the ocean.
    There are many artists who are inspired by nature and devote their work to saving nature and raise awareness for climate change, ecological issues, human waste, animal extinction, and many other problems. Today, we're featuring photography by Beatriz Glez Sa who became a finalist at our art contest "Environmental" in 2018 and whose photography was exhibited at Gallery MC in August 2018. "HUMAN WASTE I: Purposeless eco-invasion.

    The plastic has unfortunately become part of the marine landscape, what might seem a new innocuous panorama, supposes an extermination of the habitat, of the customs and finally of its inhabitants. The new elements that appear integrated, at first sight, hide an imbalance to which different species cannot adapt.
    Scientific studies have discovered that even the drugs thrown by the toilet are altering the behaviour and reproductive functions of fish and molluscs as well as causing hormone disruption, antibiotic resistance and synergistic effects.

    An imposition that brings a chained imbalance. Plastic and other human waste, invade exquisite ecosystems that perish and die out gradually.
    The peaceful beauty of the plastic transparency underwater contrasts with the mortal danger of its presence. The enormous risk it entails for our ecosystem, the continuous proliferation of plastic and the poor management of human waste, positions us at a point of no return, in which human survival is in doubt.
    A seemingly peaceful invasion that predicts our end." - Beatriz Glez Sa

    Read Beatriz's essay about ecological balance: https://reartiste-magazine.com/2019/04/22/water-space-and-the-ecological-balance/ || #earthday #beatrizglezsa #photography #art #nature #ecology #waste #ecobalance #webstapick #instaart #reartiste
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