Whatever Happened to the Chocolate American?
This is my unique space on the internet, for me to post my thoughts and finds. I am a Chocolate-American originally from California living in Seattle. I coined the phrase Chocolate American because I don't care to be called "black," Negro, Afro-American, African-American, or nigger. My roots are in America and the color of my skin has greatly influenced my perceptions and how I am perceived.

Things I like: world history, anime, hip-hop, the global economy, classy pornography, video games, sub-pop culture, wicked guitar solos, comic books, science fiction, health & fitness, food, pets, and revolutionary points of view.

Things I don't like: corporate slavery, right-wing fanatics, left-wing fanatics, extremists of any kind, celebrity gossip, and people who tell me what I can and can't do who don't know shit about me.

I appreciate any feedback!
iwishiwasaguy:

Me by Van Evan Fuller.
And the original is here.
vanevanfuller:

Ink On the Mattress
Ink is what she likes to be called. That’s her business.
Here’s my friend Ink dozing peacefully amid a heap of blankets and pillows. The perspective is—to say the least—extreme. There are some women who’d object to seeing their feet enlarged to three times the size of their head, but if they’re pretty feet (which they are) I see no reason for complaint.
This time, I’ve decided to forego my usual expressionistic color. The limited palette is muted and harmonious. The result is that we notice not the color but the graceful, flowing lines of the buttocks, legs and feet.
  1. iwishiwasaguy:

    Me by Van Evan Fuller.

    And the original is here.

    vanevanfuller:

    Ink On the Mattress

    Ink is what she likes to be called. That’s her business.

    Here’s my friend Ink dozing peacefully amid a heap of blankets and pillows. The perspective is—to say the least—extreme. There are some women who’d object to seeing their feet enlarged to three times the size of their head, but if they’re pretty feet (which they are) I see no reason for complaint.

    This time, I’ve decided to forego my usual expressionistic color. The limited palette is muted and harmonious. The result is that we notice not the color but the graceful, flowing lines of the buttocks, legs and feet.

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    Stillness Speaks I am amazed that feet can hold so much beauty atop them Curves from here to eternity, roundabouts too -...
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  10. teresamurphy said: Gorgeous work! You’re a master of perspective.
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    Me by Van Evan Fuller. And the original is here.
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