sphinxiee:

wretchedwretch:

reverseracism:

White People are disgusting. None of this is even remotely funny

Props to this woman for running to the child’s defense without even stopping to think for a moment. The way she puts her head in her hands as if she’s ashamed to have made a “mistake” is pretty unnerving. This guy gave her every reason to think that the child was about to be sexually harassed.

Fucking EXACTLY. I’ve seen this gif way too many times without commentary and it’s frustrating. If a man ran up to kids in a bathrobe I’d push his nasty ass away, too.

sphinxiee:

wretchedwretch:

reverseracism:

White People are disgusting.

None of this is even remotely funny

Props to this woman for running to the child’s defense without even stopping to think for a moment. The way she puts her head in her hands as if she’s ashamed to have made a “mistake” is pretty unnerving. This guy gave her every reason to think that the child was about to be sexually harassed.

Fucking EXACTLY.
I’ve seen this gif way too many times without commentary and it’s frustrating.
If a man ran up to kids in a bathrobe I’d push his nasty ass away, too.

asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
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asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
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asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
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asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs 
|Artist on Tumblr.
GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 
Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.
Zoom Info

asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs

|Artist on Tumblr.

GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 

Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.