Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas by Emory Douglas and edited by Sam Durant
The Black Panther Party for Self Defense, formed in the aftermath of the assassination of Malcolm X in 1965, remains one of the most controversial movements of the 20th-century. Founded by the charismatic Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale, the party sounded a defiant cry for an end to the institutionalized subjugation of African Americans. The Black Panther newspaper was founded to articulate the party’s message and artist Emory Douglas became the paper’s art director and later the party’s Minister of Culture.
Douglas’s artistic talents and experience proved a powerful combination: his striking collages of photographs and his own drawings combined to create some of the era’s most iconic images, like that of Newton with his signature beret and large gun set against a background of a blood-red star, which could be found blanketing neighborhoods during the 12 years the paper existed.This landmark book brings together a remarkable lineup of party insiders who detail the crafting of the party’s visual identity.
being 20+ on tumblr
Girls with titty stretchmarks that like to wear low-cut shirts and shit. «««
IT IS NOT THE WAVE. WEAR A TURTLENECK.
you sound really flat chested
titty stretchmarks are a blessing directly from Jehovah himself
sounds like someone has no tits causeee from what i’ve noticed girls with larger boobs just have stretch marks on them (i do)
playing around with my tumblr.
i wanted to try a new theme but none of them really do what i want (customizable, header pic, multi-column, etc). the “theme garden” kinda sucks as far as sorting.
anyway, I stuck with Themplicity by Anthiago and just changed up the color scheme and background pic.
so exciting, right? this is what the cool kids do on saturday nights. LMAO
ETA: annnd i just noticed a typo lol
My “Hurricane Heart”, beginning and end.
I knew she was going to be a goddess of water and chaos from the very start. Her beauty was always going to be about her power, and her capacity for destruction.
Now complete, and on display at the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago.