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  2. In a flurry of creative release, she raises the snowflake on ice beams, builds walls, archways, a glistening chandelier, and an intricate ceiling that leaves the sky visible. (x)

    (Source: olivesaverin, via sp0raadic)

     

  3. rnemes:

    tvspecial:

    i don’t think aliens exist

    image

    then wtf do u call this

    (Source: whiteboyfriend, via totalspiffage)

     
  4. willowwaves94:

    Mucha inspired Merida 

    (via charlesanderik)

     
  5. mothers-monster:

    OLDNESS… 

    Some people say: I hope I die before I get old.

    What do you think about it?

     
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  7. Paula Mills

    (Source: cuntented, via coreena)

     
  8. daisyvanhorn:

    "Forest Hunk" Steffen Norgaard for FT How To Spend It

    (Source: therealdirtbabe, via lemonworrld)

     
  9. loish:

    i can’t not share this! my mind is blown by this amazing animated graphic novel. this is honestly the only time i’ve regretted not having an iPad! website for this project can be found here, check it out!

    (via ramesees)

     
     
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  11. samwolfeconnelly:

    'Envy'

    Sam Wolfe Connelly

    A new illustration for this month’s issue of Scientific American Mind magazine discussing the effects of the ‘sin’ on our brains and productivity.

     
  12. (Source: shouldn-t, via punkrockmermaid)

     
  13. seeandsmile:

    Duane Bryers - Hilda Paintings done specifically for Bigelow & Brown’s Hilda calendars. 

    (via murphels)

     
  14. goatmusk:

    i always feel inclined to reblog this because it is literally the best hair flip in the history of hair flips

    (Source: dolaredola, via theatomicboom)

     
  15. aloverthatsighs:

    This body of work is an exploration of the extent of cultural appropriation and encourages a discussion about it. I give the appropriator and the appropriated the opportunity to defend themselves and create a dialogue between them, while maintaining a neutral stance myself. I am not attacking those who appropriate, merely educating and creating awareness. I’m also exploring appropriation myself, and discovering the carying degrees of it within this visual conversation.


    I’d like to make this a long term exploration, with a lot more participants as a form of generation-wide debate. If you’d like to be photographed to add your point of view, please do not hesitate to pop me a message here or an email at sanaahamid@yahoo.com and we could work something out!

    Brilliant project idea. To be honest, if I was one of those whose cultural capital was being stolen, I would be really offended. 

    (via sadkejawan)